Gijón Transportation

  • El Berron
    El Berron
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  • Gijon to Ribadesella to Santander
    Gijon to Ribadesella to Santander
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    RENFE AND FEVE station

    by alectrevor Updated Mar 1, 2014

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    RENFE trains and FEVE trains leave from a new station at the site of the old RENFE station .Th.e FEVE station used to be nearer town as closed. On my journey on the FEVE I left Gijon at 08-45 for Ribadesella via El Berron arriving Ribadesella at 10-59 .At El Berron I saw the unusual track interchange.

    El Berron

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    Asturias can be reached: BY...

    by lucyguajardo Written Sep 12, 2002

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    Asturias can be reached:

    BY CAR
    From the East (Irún, Basque Provinces, Cantabria and Catalonia). Road N-634.
    From the West (Portugal and Galicia). Road N-634 (the last 150 km approx.).
    From the South (Madrid, Extremadura, and Andalucia). Roads N-630 and A-66.

    BY BUS
    ALSA: Several daily services, direct from Madrid, Barcelona, Valladolid, Zamora, León, Salamanca, and Seville. Telephone: 985 969 696; Internet:
    INTERCAR: Daily services from Tuy (Pontevedra), Vigo, Santiago of Compostela, and Irún. Telephone: 985 969 665.
    TURYTRANS: Daily services from Santander, Bilbao, and Irún. Telephone: 985 342 713.
    ENATCAR: Telephone: 91 468 58 45.

    RENFE Tel. 985 297 656
    From/To Madrid 3 times a day
    From/To Barcelona 2 times a day
    From/To Alicante 1 times a day
    Telephone: 985 250 202
    From/To El Ferrol 2 times a day
    From/To Santander 2 times a day
    From/To Bilbao 1 time a day
    Telephone: 985 297 656

    BY AIR

    Taking a plane from
    * London
    * Paris
    * La Coruña
    * Mallorca
    * Tenerife
    * Barcelona
    * Madrid
    * Alicante
    You can walk arround all Gijon to enjoy the city, but you can also take a taxi or a bus

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    There are long distance trains...

    by asturnut Written Aug 26, 2002

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    There are long distance trains arriving from Leon, Alicante, Barcelona, and Madrid-Chamartin, all of which also stop in Oviedo also. Local trains run on the lines from Oviedo, Pte. Fierros and Pola de Lena. The local lines run from around 6:00 to 23:30 (11:30 pm). I guess there are buses too, but I don't have that info. Flights are also available from Madrid, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife Sur, Ibiza, London, Paris and Monastir(?). Not all flights are available all days.
    RENFE train, bus, taxi, walking. Also, the RENFE, Cercanias Asturias site, which is specifically for trains for getting around Asturias (in Spanish.)

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    By plane: the airport of...

    by TinyTuck Written Aug 25, 2002

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    By plane: the airport of Asturias is 40km from Gijón, ALSA-busses go back and forth.
    By train: there are train stations of RENFE (public) and FEVE (private company), that belong to different train networks and therefore go to different cities.
    By bus: busses of the Asturian ALSA-company go almost all over Spain
    walking or going by bus / taxi

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    by Rumbero Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Línea 1 Cerillero - Hospital de Cabueñes
    Línea 4 Cerillero - Campus Universitario
    Línea 9 Pumarin - Hospital de Jove
    Línea 10 Pumarin - Somio
    Línea 12 Contrueces - Cerillero
    Línea 14 Humedal - Tremañes - Sotiello
    Línea 15 Roces - Coto
    Línea 16 El Musel - Vega
    Línea 18 Nuevo Gijon- Cabueñes
    Línea 20 Somio - Montevil
    Línea 21 Humedal - Campa de Torres
    Línea 22 Plaza de Europa- Porceyo
    Línea 24 Monteana - La Pedrera/Mareo
    Línea 25 Tremañes - Infanzon
    Línea 26 Gijon - Deva
    Línea 27 Ambulatorio - Lavandera - San Martin

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    by alectrevor Updated Sep 13, 2015

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    Red on map is FEVE route. Blue is the St James route to Santiago de compastelo. I did the red route. on the little train. This map is on a tiled wall at a station.,very useful.

    Gijon to Ribadesella to Santander

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