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Stage from Vilalba to Baamonde
It is worth sleeping in Baaomonde, but also following until Miraz
Information about the stage 30: Stage from Vilalba to Baamonde
Points of interest in the stage 30: Stage from Vilalba to Baamonde
After leaving the population, the first cairn, which marks 120 kilometers and 999 meters to Santiago, takes us by paved runway to cross a river whose flowery is covered with vegetation. Then we will pass (this is a temporary diversion) under the highway bridge and go to the Rodríguez Bridge over the Trimaz River. Here is the only echo of the day after which we will arrive after a few kilometers from the Galician front to San Xoan de Alba, at the foot of the N-634. You have to follow this road a few meters and leave it on the right to continue along parallel roads to A tower.
We will cross the national and advance parallel along its left to cross it back to Casa Alejandro and then pass under the highway. Then comes another bridge, this time Saa on the Labrada River, located on the old road that linked Vilalba with Parga and Sobrado dos Monxes. Below we will find an unmarked deviation due to the works of the highway.
If they still continue, listen: it's on the left, under the tunnel. We will cross the N-634 again and by paved slopes we will reach the indicator of the Pigara Parish, where the Cairn is located which indicates 108,458 kilometers to Santiago. We will continue in the direction of Ferreira and after this town we will return to the national, at kilometer 638 and at the height of a gas station.
By the arcén of the highway and 50 meters before reaching kilometer 639 we deviate by a left road that takes us back to the national one. After passing under the A-6 bridge we will enter Baamonde, the town of the council of Begonte and end of the journey for today.
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