Stages of the Coastal Way 23 km. Stage 1, Bustio – Llanes 23.67-kilometer stage with a smooth profile and without major slopes that runs between the bridge over the river Deva in Bustio and the port of Llanes. 23 km. 30 km. Stage 2, Llanes – Ribadesella/Ribeseya Throughout the 30.06 kilometers that this stage consists of, the western half of the Llanes council and the eastern half of Ribadesella/Ribeseya are covered, connecting the two municipal capitals. 30 km. 29 km. Stage 3, Ribadesella/Ribeseya – Priesca Stage with a length of 29.02 kilometers, which runs through the western area of the council of Ribadesella/Ribeseya, as well as through the municipalities of Caravia, Colunga and a small part of Villaviciosa. 29 km. 12 km. Stage 4, Priesca – Casquita This is a short stage, barely 12.89 kilometers long, which runs in its entirety through the council of Villaviciosa, passing through valleys dotted with small villages, such as Priesca, Sebrayu, Tornón, El Fresnu, Cardo or Casquita. 12 km. 22 km. Stage 5, Casquita – La Pola Siero 22-kilometer stage that runs through the councils of Villaviciosa, Sariego and Siero, being the first of the two that allow linking the Coastal Road with the Asturian capital, Oviedo, and from there with the Camino Primitivo. 22 km. 27 km. Stage 6, Pola de Siero – Oviedo Final stage of the link between the coastal path and the primitive one. It runs between the capital of Siere, La Pola, and that of the Principality of Asturias, Oviedo, along a route of 27.25 kilometers. 27 km. 26 km. Stage 7, Casquita – Gijón/Xixón Long stage of 26.7 kilometers that connects Casquita with Gijón/Xixón, through the councils of Villaviciosa and Gijón/Xixón. 26 km. 24 km. Stage 8, Gijón/Xixón – Avilés Route of 24.65 kilometers that connects the two main coastal cities of Asturias, the Camino crossing their councils, as well as those of Carreño and Corvera de Asturias. 24 km. 22 km. Stage 9, Avilés – Muros de Nalón Along its 22.2 kilometers, this stage runs between the city of Avilés and the town of Muros de Nalón, through the councils of Avilés, Castrillón, Soto del Barco and Muros de Nalón. 22 km. 15 km. Stage 10, Muros de Nalón – Soto de Luiña Short stage, 15.47 kilometers long, that runs through the councils of Muros de Nalón and Cudillero, along the western coast of Asturias, approaching the sea only occasionally, near the beach of La Concha de Artedo 15 km. 20 km. Stage 11, Soto de Luiña – Vil.lamouros A peculiar stage on the Asturian coastal road, as it corresponds for the most part to a mountain route, which, crossing various peaks in the councils of Cudillero and Valdés, contemplates the coast and the flat coastline of western Asturias from above. 20 km. 20 km. Stage 12, Vil.lamouros – Outur Stage of 20.39 kilometers that runs entirely through the council of Valdés, between the small towns of Vil.lamouros and Outur. 20 km. 24 km. Stage 13, Outur – A Caridá 24.46 kilometer stage that runs through the councils of Valdés, Navia, Coaña and El Franco 24 km. 26 km. Stage 14, A Caridá – Vegadeo Stage of 26.49 kilometers that runs between the capitals of the councils of El Franco and Vegadeo, also crossing the municipalities of Tapia and Castropol. 26 km. 6 km. Stage 15, Vegadeo – Santiago de Abres This stage, of just 6.89 kilometers, actually constitutes the transit between the Asturian coastal road and Galicia, linking the last capital of the Principality, Vegadeo, with the province of Lugo. 6 km. See all routes Go!