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14 travelers at this place:

  • Day25

    Don't follow the arrows.

    June 17 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Sometimes you can get obsessed with following the official Camino. Sometimes it's better to get off the beaten path. Today I went AWOL.
    I was still exhausted from yesterday and I didn't want to go down any more gullies. So I decided to just follow the road as it didn't go down as far into the gullies and had much gentler gradients than the official Camino. It worked beautifully. The road was so quiet and easy to walk on. I walked 8 km to Cadavedo and only 2 cars came from the opposite direction and 6 from the same direction. And 1 of those fake tourist trains. I've got no idea where it was going. I resolved I was going to have an easy day and catch the local train back to Cudillero, a fishing village I'd missed. Then catch it back tomorrow to continue walking. I also wanted to catch the train as it weaved in and out of valleys and towns I hadn't been to. There's only 2 trains a day so I made sure I was at the station at Cadavedo at precisely 1.18. I had my camera all lined up to take a photo of the train arriving by the station house. Then a replacement bus pulls up. Oh well. It still got me there. Cudillero is very cute and they know it. It's down a deep gully like those I climbed yesterday. It's getting very touristy but it's still a real fishing village and the seafood is delicious. The accommodation is also expensive. So I went back up the hill to Muros de Nalòn, where I'd been before. I found a lovely hostel with great views. ( and some English speakers).Read more

  • Day8

    Arrived in Cudilerro

    July 6 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 66 °F

    It is everything I had hoped for and more. Cute little fishing village built into the Side of the hill. Checked into the hotel. Walked around. Bought a knife with bottle opener. No more caveman ripping the baguette to make a sandwich and now I can open a bottle of wine. Both a pastry that was cream filled, flaky and chocolate covered. YUM. And a coke. Been on a coke kick. Very refreshing and doesn’t taste as sweet as American Coke. Showered - washed clothes - hung them outside my balcony. Walked around the village. Sitting by the water drinking a mojito and updating my journal. It is 9:30pm and looks like it is about 7:00pm out. Can’t get used to how light it stays out so late. Dinner later.Read more

  • Day8

    Sunset in Cudilerro

    July 6 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 66 °F

    Sat and watched the sunset. Drank a mojito. It is so odd that it doesn’t get dark until after 10pm. Then walked back to put pants on. Sat down to dinner at 10:30. Had fresh caught Bonito and some sort of custard chocolate pie with Cafe Con Leche. Can’t get over people still sitting down to dinner at 11:15.Read more

  • Day11


    July 30, 2016 in Spain ⋅ 🌫 19 °C

    Dle průvodce prý malebná rybářská vesnička. Škoda, že už o tom asi slyšeli všichni ve Španělsku. Šíleně natřískané parkoviště, narvané a předražené restaurace s "velmi příjemnými" číšníky. Ale možná to bylo vše tím, že pršelo. :-D Nejlepší atrakce celého městečka byla asi 350 m dlouhá průchozí stoka. Být to ve Stínadlech, tak věříme, že v ní najdeme i ježka v kleci. Místo toho 💩. 🙊Read more

  • Day15


    July 14, 2015 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    For dinner we had octopus and line-caught squid in ink and cider, this time from a machine so we could pour the drink ourselves and did not have to wait for someone to do it for us.

  • Day18


    July 11, 2018 in Spain ⋅ 🌧 20 °C

    I arribem a Cudillero, poble que molts ens havíen recomenat. Excepte la Viri. Ens diu que és bonic, pero com tants d'altres, i que com que s'ha fet tant turístic, han apujat molt els preus i que s'aprofiten dels turístes. Així que el fem de passada. Això si, han sortit unes fotos molt boniques. Hi ha edificis molt bonics, antics, i algunes casetes que sembla que estiguin unes damunt de les altres. El port és maco també. Seguim el nostre viatge en "furgo turística" cap al Cabo Vidio. ha estat graciós... perque ens ha costat uns quants minuts desxifrar la paraula "Vidio" tal i com l'havia escrit la Viri... jejeRead more

  • Day26

    Cudillero - Mittagspause

    August 11, 2018 in Spain ⋅ ☁️ 23 °C

    Kleines Städtchen am Meer. Die Straße windet sich durch enge Gassen abwärts Richtung Meer. Die Häuser, zusammen gedrängt, unten wie an den Hängen. Kaum Platz für Autos. Zu viele Touristen.
    Cafe und Pincho 2,60.-, unschlagbar.
    Beim Essen sind es allerdings Touri-Preise.

You might also know this place by the following names:

Cudillero, Cuideiru, كودييرو, کودییرو, 33150, Кудильеро, Кудільєро, 库迪列罗

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