A nice road, but the tarmac surface is irregular with only a small section of good tarmac and good corners.
Very good. Smooth, easy flow. No coppers, but watch out in populate areas
Many bikes seen on this road. Obviously well known locally. I highly recommend the extra hour that the 435 will add to your travel time to from the Huelva/cadiz coast. I really enjoyed myself, and the only reason this is not a 5 is the pavement which is uneven and patchy in some areas. Also a agreat opportuntiy to stop in the Jabugo village. Jabugo is to Jamon what Bordeaux is to wine, and its right along the way.
A great and fast mountain road with awesome scenery and decent pavement.Lots of friendly locals in the weekends!One of my favourites
Saw 2 jeeps of Guardia Civil, but they were very friendly.
Lots of high speed 4th gear corners on my VFR.
Some scrapping in 3rd gear also.
Very good pavement, just beware of some construction works in some areas.
Aracena - Huelva Secion:
Across the pleasant Sierra de Aracena, this road has good quality tarmac. Loads of fast sweeping bends will have you smiling in your helmet, thinking you're Joey Dunlop on the mountain section of the IOM TT. Big fun with very little traffic. Nobody goes to Huelva.