After the short, sharp uphill finish to Ermita Santa Lucia near Alcossebre on Wednesday, the Vuelta a España heads down the coast to Alcossebre for a short, sharp uphill finish.
The 204.4km route would see the riders take on five categorised climbs from Vila-real to Sagunt, the final of which, the Puerto de Garbi, tops out 36.4km from the finish on the coast.
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Meanwhile many of the lesser known riders will be looking to get into the day’s breakaway, with the lumpy parcours appearing suitable for an escape effort.
Catch-up with the highlights of stage six of the Vuelta here or read our full report here.
The 2017 Vuelta a España runs from August 19 starting in Nîmes to September 10 in Madrid.