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Extraordinary and new guide to the Camino de Santiago by bicycle.

A guide on the three main routes, French Way, Aragonese and Via de la Plata, has been recently made available to fans of Camino de Santiago by Bike in this magnificent guide we are introducing today.
Its author: Villarreal Pascual has covered these three major bike paths on several occasions, and as a result of his experience this valuable guide is very up-to-date in content and data, and adorned with more than 80 pages of pictures that recreate the most emblematic of the Way.
We also want to emphasize very thorough job as detailed profiles of the various stages.
For the modest sum of 19 euros, available from:
Mundicamino.com, being the direct link as follows:
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