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This listing only shows photos within a square radius of 5 kilometres of the centre of Jersey.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Placa de Sant Llorenc

My annual visit to the World Travel Market - the Spaniards can be relied on for a good crop of cycling maps and brochures

Segregated riverside route by the Torre del Oro, Sevilla

Entering Zamora on the Puente de Piedra

EuroVelo route 1 arriving in Salamanca

Roundabout at the southern entry to Caceres - cyclists on the roundabout have to give way to motor vehicles exiting, not fair!

Arriving in Salamanca - go to the right for access to the (traffic-free) Roman bridge and the city centre

Cycleway Sign Location: Poligono Balsas de Ebro Viejo, Zaragoza (Aragon, Spain) Indicating it's intended for leisure use rather than racing

The Vulnerable Cyclist - a monument near the cemetery in Jerez de la Frontera to a cyclist killed by a driver who was jailed for 3.5 years.

Cycle route to Seville airport - see for details

Interesting sign showing how cyclists should cross the tramway; the use of dashed lines matches the use of silver studs along the cycleway - see #107224.

Cycleway marked subtlety with silver studs

Walking the dog by bike in Granada (this is a virtually traffic-free road).

Cycle parking at village bus station

Evidence that Alsa, Spain''s main bus company, will carry bikes.

Riverside cycle route, Burgos

Cycle parking for apartment-dwellers, Burgos

There's no secure parking for bikes near the cathedral in Burgos so pilgrims on the Camino to Santiago de Compostella have to take their chances.

Cycle parking at the city hall, Burgos

(If I were mayor for a day) I'd punish cyclists in pedestrian areas - says the leader of the Burgos cyclists' campaign - because he wants so many cyclists using proper cycle tracks that drivers on the remaining bits of the road network they … [more]

Riverside cycle route, Burgos

Traffic-free promenade and cycle parking, Burgos

Gate in Burgos city walls leading to the traffic-free Puente de Santa María

Entry to traffic-free old town of Burgos

Road crossing on riverside cycle route, Burgos

Riverside cycle route, Burgos

Ramped access to the new Museum of Human Evolution

Minimal cycle parking by the new Museum of Human Evolution

Cycle track ending at traffic-free section of road by the new Museum of Human Evolution

Cycle track facing the wrong way for access to the cycle bridge

Zebra crossing and dropped kerb leading to cycle/pedestrian bridge, Burgos

Cycling past the new city library, Burgos

Traffic-free route into Burgos

Cycle parking and bus, Burgos

Bike-sharing station at Burgos's new out-of-town high-speed railway station

Cycle parking and bike-sharing station at Burgos's new out-of-town high-speed railway station

Instructions for Córdoba's bike-sharing scheme plus normal cycle rental

I cannot recommend the cycle parking at Córdoba station.

Bike-sharing station at Córdoba station - and covered parking for scooters in the distance

Map of Córdoba's rudimentary bike-sharing scheme - only four stations!

Covered parking for scooters at Córdoba station - and open parking for bikes nearer the station building.

Cycle track and plaza in front of Córdoba station

Rollerblader on cycle crossing from Córdoba station

30km/h ie roughly 20mph in Córdoba, seemingly linked to the presence of a cycle route.

Cycle track near Córdoba station

Córdoba station - segregated bus lane, but no real cycle facilities

There's only a one-way road around the headland in Almuñécar - there's a clear need for a cycle track here.

Seafront promenade, Málaga

Cycling on the seafront, Málaga

Cycling by the redeveloped harbour in Málaga

Cyclists need to use pedestrian crossings to link cycle paths in Málaga

Lots of cyclists in lycra and helmets in the Paseo del Parque, Málaga

Segregated two-way cycle track in Málaga

Cycling in the pedestrianised old town of Málaga

Cycle parking at the Ayuntamiento (City Hall) of Málaga

A third painting called The Cyclists at the Pompidou Centre, Málaga (yes, it's supposed to be upside-down). See also #65907.

In the Pompidou Centre, Málaga - the paintings at the left and right ends are both called The Cyclists, oddly. See also #65908.

Bike-sharing scheme, Málaga

Parking at El Cubo (Pompidou Centre), Málaga

Cycling by the redeveloped harbour in Málaga

Except cycles, of course

No Cycling sign on this footpath

No Cycling sign on this footpath

No Cycling sign on this footpath

Signage for mountain-bike route

Signage for mountain-bike route

Signage for mountain-bike route

Signage for mountain-bike route

Dirt road a short distance into the Sierra Nevada National Park

'Bycicle' regulations for the Sierra Nevada National Park

No bikes allowed in this part of the Sierra Nevada National Park

Sign telling mountain-bikers to turn off after a brief stretch on the A-4132

Signing marking an old drove road in the Alpujarras

Mountain biking in the Alpujarras

Junction of cycleable tracks facing the white villages of the Alpujarras.

Footbridge and alley (with steps) in old Granada

Obstacles to cycling in Granada

No Cycling in the old town of Granada

Cycle crossing over the new (not yet in use) tramlines by Granada's bus station

Limited cycle parking at the big modern bus station several kilometres from central Granada

Potential riverside route through Guadix? Perhaps not.

Cyclists can move from the road to cross the bridge to central Guadix

Lots of scooters and no visible cycle parking at Madrid's Chamartín station

Taxis queueing on either side of a nice wide pedestrian crossing at Chamartín station, Madrid

Taxis queueing on either side of a nice wide pedestrian crossing at Chamartín station, Madrid

Motorbikes invading the cycle parking at Atocha station, Madrid

Spaniards queueing at a bus-stop! and bike-sharing station to the left.

Locations of bike-sharing stations in Madrid

Bike-sharing station in Madrid

Madrid bike-sharing station

Cyclist entering the FEVE (metre-gauge) station at Santander

Cycle parking at Santander's bus station (opposite the main-line railway station, which has no cycle parking)

Cycle parking at the FEVE (metre-gauge) station, Santander

Turning space at end of recently closed-off road in Santander.

Like South America - there's far more parking for scooters than for bikes, even up in relatively chilly Santander

Attractive car-free spaces in Santander

There's limited cycle parking in central Santander, but some attractive fairly car-free spaces.

Tur y Bike shop - electric bikes are making inroads in Spain too.

Not Santander's waterfront cycle route

The road ends here but Santander's waterfront route continues on a boardwalk across the beach.

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