Things to see in Asturias
Among the charms of the capital of the Principality of Asturias are its history, art, cuisine, fiestas, and arts and crafts.
La iglesia Santa María del Naranco, una de las joyas del prerrománico que aún existen en Europa, conserva intacto su aspecto original.
Llanes is a box of cultural and natural wonders. Come see for yourself why it’s one of the top destinations in Asturias.
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.
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.
The charming, fishing village of Tazones earned a place in history when King Carlos V disembarked on Spanish soil for the first time to claim the Spanish crown.
At a staggering 270,000 m2, ‘La Laboral’ is Spain’s largest building and one of the most monumental spaces you’ll encounter in Asturias.
Tucked between the mountain and sea, lies a charming fishing village boasting a unique identity, history and culture, and a formidable cuisine.