Vuelta 2014: Route and stages

Vuelta 2014 RouteThe 2014 Vuelta a Espana kicked off in Jerez de la Frontera, in the south of Spain. The caravan remained south for the early stages, but the battlefields for the decisive last week were up north and the race closed with a time trial around Santiago de Compostela. Alberto Contador bested his main rivals Chris Froome and Alejandro Valverde, whilst Nairo Quintana had tot abandon in stage 11. (Slideshow route/profile)

Click on the individual stages in the table below for detailed information on routes of each individual stage. Click here to read an overview of the full route.

Vuelta 2014: All stages

Nr Date Start and finish Length Type
1 Sa 23 Aug Vuelta 2014 stage 1 Jerez de la Frontera – Jerez de la Frontera  12.6 km TTT
2 Su 24 Aug Vuelta 2014 stage 2 Algeciras – San Fernando 174,4 km flat
3 Mo 25 Aug Vuelta 2014 stage 3 Cádiz – Arcos de la Frontera 189,8 km hilly
4 Tu 26 Aug Vuelta 2014 stage 4 Mairena del Alcor – Córdoba 173.4 km hilly
5 We 27 Aug Vuelta 2014 stage 5 Priego de Córdoba – Ronda (Málaga)  180.0 km flat
6 Th 28 Aug Vuelta 2014 stage 6 Benalmádena (Málaga) – La Zubia (Cumbres Verdes) 167.1 km mountains
7 Fr 29 Aug Vuelta 2014 stage 7 Alhendín – Alcaudete 169.0 km hilly
8 Sa 30 Aug Vuelta 2014 stage 8 Baeza (Jaén) – Albacete 207.0 km flat
9 Su 31 Aug Vuelta 2014 stage 9 Carboneras de Guadazón – Estación Valdelinares 185.0 km mountains
Mo 1 Sep rest day
10 Tu 2 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 10 Real Lunasterio De Santa María De Veruela – Borja 36.2 km ITT
11 We 3 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 11 Pamplona – Santuario De San Miguel De Aralar 153.4 km mountains
12 Th 4 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 12 Logroño-Logroño 165.4 km flat
13 Fr 5 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 13 Belorado (Burgos) – Obregón. Parque De Cabárceno 188.7 km hilly
14 Sa 6 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 14 Santander – La Camperona (Valle De Sábero) 200.8 km mountains
15 Su 7 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 15 Oviedo – Lagos de Covadonga 152.2 km mountains
16 Mo 8 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 16 San Martín del Rey Aurelio – Lagos de Somiedo 160.5 km mountains
Tu 9 Sep rest day
17 We 10 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 17 Ortigueira (Coruña) – A Coruña 190.7 km flat
18 Th 11 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 18 A Estrada (Pontevedra) – Monte Castrove 161.0 km hilly
19 Fr 12 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 19 Salvaterra de Miño – Cangas do Morrazo 180.5 km mountains
20 Sa 13 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 20 Santa Estevo de Ribas de Sil – Puerto de Ancares 185.7 km mountains
21 Su 14 Sep Vuelta 2014 stage 21 Santiago de Compostela – Santiago de Compostela 9.7 km ITT

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