Stage 7: Llíria - Cuenca. Ciudad Patrimonio de la Humanidad, 207km
The ancient Roman theme continues with a stage start in Llíria, which has well preserved temples and baths. From here, the route climbs into the Chera-Sot de Chera Natural Park for an undulating parcours at around 1,000m. The race passes through the town of Fuentes – no sniggering – before arriving at Cuenca and a one-lap finish.
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