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Stage 23: San Pedro de Rozados – Salamanca (23.3 Km)
San Pedro – Morille: 0-4.2 km
Morille – Aldeanueva: 4.2-10.8 (6.4 km)
Aldeanueva – Cross: 10.8-17.5 (6.7 km)
Cross – Salamanca: 17.5-23.3 (5.8 km)
We leave San Pedro by the Comuneros Avenue and we enter onto a dirt track (photo 1). We cross the DSA-204 highway and continue without further delay (photo 2) until Morille. In the Bar de Isa, at the 4.2 km mark there is a hostel.
We leave Morille passing the cemetery and a solar field on our right (photo 3 km 4.5) and continue along the dirt road (photo 4 km 6.3) to 7.2 km where we meet the first of six fences (photo 5 km 7.2) we will encounter on the way to Salamanca. We continue between the fences and oak trees (photo 6 km 8.4) until we get to the 10 km mark (photo 7), a viewpoint where for the first time, on the horizon, we can see Salamanca.
800 metres down from the viewpoint we can see some houses, Aldeanueva (photo 8). From here the landscape changes completely. We leave the trees and valleys and enter into an area of cultivated wheat fields (photo 9 km 16.2). At km 16.8 we arrive at a crossroads that indicates a left turn to the hostel of Aldeatejada (photo 10).
If you want to spend the night at the hostel take the left turn. You will find the hostel on the main road out of town. To go from Aldeatejada to Salamanca just follow the bike path that takes us most of the way to the Roman bridge.
Continue straight until you reach a Cross at km 17.5 (photo 11). From here the entrance to Salamanca is a desolate wasteland, an ugly entrance for a city as beautiful as Salamanca. We pass under the motorway A-66 (photo 12) and afterwards through the tunnel beneath the N-630 (photo 13) where we arrive to the inhabited part of Salamanca. We enter Salamanca along the Saavedra y Fajardo Avenue, we cross the Roman bridge and to the right of the Cathedral, just beside the Huerto de Calixto y Melibea, we find the hostel Casa Calera.