Things to see in Asturias
Come to the port city of Gijón and discover the multitude of sights it has to offer: the aquarium, San Lorenzo Beach, the sculpture Eulogy to the Horizon and Universidad Laboral, to name but a few.
La iglesia Santa María del Naranco, una de las joyas del prerrománico que aún existen en Europa, conserva intacto su aspecto original.
Come discover the Aquarium of Gijón, home to 500 species of marine fauna and flora from Asturias and around the world.
Sport, culture, tradition, beach and archaeological sites all wrapped up in one destination! Come discover Ribadesella!
Oviedo Cathedral sits on the Camino de Santiago and is one of the most important religious, artistic and architectural sites in the Principality of Asturias.
The Fernando Alonso Museum commemorates Fernando Alonso’s career as a F1 champion, the ideal destination for those in need of speed.
Inhabited by humans in pre-historic times, Tito Bustillo Cave is one of the most important Palaeolithic archaeological sites in Europe.
With a basilica, a sanctuary, the cave of La Santina, and lakes Enol and La Ercina, Covadonga has many must-see places.
Designed by the Brazilian modernist architect Oscar Niemeyer in 2010, the Neimeyer Centre offers a unique artistic and cultural hub of international calibre right in Asturias.
The annual Semana Negra de Gijón, or Gijón Noir Week, brings together the best noir authors and historical fiction writers in a summer festival packed with concerts, exhibitions and much more.