The Silver Route or Via de la Plata is one of the many old communication routes criss-crossing Spain, it goes from Gijon in the north to Sevilla in the south. Travelling across 4 regions and 7 provinces the route covers around 800 Km of interesting and diverse landscapes, towns and villages. From its initiation in the 1 century AD this was the second most important route and the main one to the west of the peninsula.
Many remains and museums are found along this once Roman Road that stretches almost coast to coast and this is the route the Silver Rally follows on its annual road fun run.
History, culture, good food and fun rolled into one is the 2CV Silver Route Rally taking place this year 20-26 March. Car hire, ferry ticket and overnight stays in Paradors and some meals are included in the trip which begins its journey in Portsmouth, UK and ends in Malaga, Spain.
March 20 - Portsmouth - Santander
" 21 - Santander - Oviedo
" 22 - Oviedo - Zamora
" 23 - Zamora - Caceres
" 24 - Caceres - Seville
" 25 - Seville - Malaga
" 26 - Malaga depart
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