EuroVelo 1 in Spain follows the two ancient routes of the "Camino de Santiago" and the "Ruta Vía de la Plata". The Camino de Santiago or the ‘Way of Saint James’ is a network of trails traditionally followed by pilgrims on their way to the shrine of the apostle Saint James, in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, north western Spain. The Via de la Plata route dates back to the Roman era, during the reigns of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian, when a grand access route was created in the west of the peninsula,linking the Cantabrian coast with the lands of southern Hispania.

National Information


All the information for cyclists along the Way of St James (Camino de Santiago). EuroVelo 1 and EuroVelo 3 in Spain.

ConBici (NECC)

ConBici is the EuroVelo National Coordination Center in Spain, that is responsible for the development of the bicycle in all its facets, the development of bicycle touring and the promotion of EuroVelo’s commitment to sustainability, air quality and regional development.

EuroVelo 1 - Extremadura

Useful information about the over 336km of EuroVelo 1 along Extremadura


An EU-funded project between Spain and France to develop a cross-border cycle route.

Ruta Vía de la Plata

The Ruta Via de la Plata or Vía de la Plata is an ancient commercial and roman path that crosses the west of Spain from south to north.