Hiking routes in Asturias and natural tourist attractions
Come and experience the most exciting canoeing event in August as hundreds of canoeists and supporters take to the Sella River. Join the festivities, including traditional inauguration verses and a procession. Can’t make it in August? Canoe down the Sella River at any time of the year.
The Lakes of Covadonga are a must-see on a trip to Asturias. They are a stunning spectacle of wondrous nature.
Cares Trail is the most popular hike in Asturias, if not Spain – an awe-inspiring adventure accessible to all.
Get off the beaten track and hike the Senda del Oso (Path of the Bear). Follow the course of a former mine railway and take in nature’s majestic beauty.
Inhabited by humans in pre-historic times, Tito Bustillo Cave is one of the most important Palaeolithic archaeological sites in Europe.
The municipality of Llanes has the most square miles of coast of all Asturias, housing some of the most remarkable and picturesque beaches of all of Spain. Read on to discover Llanes’ must-see beaches.
Picos de Europa National Park is the most important protected area in Asturias for its natural wealth and stunning mountain scenery.
Declared a natural park in 1996, Redes remains a fairly unknown playground for outdoor adventure. Pack your hiking shoes and come discover what these mountains have to offer. You’ll be spoilt by breathtaking landforms and authentic Asturian cuisine.
Somiedo Natural Park offers the unparalleled raw natural beauty of a landscape dotted with infinite peaks, forests, valleys and lakes – what better way to enjoy the great outdoors?