Things to see in Asturias
Tucked between the mountain and sea, lies a charming fishing village boasting a unique identity, history and culture, and a formidable cuisine.
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.
Avilés is one of Asturias’ hidden gems and has a remarkable historical and modern heritage.
The Church of San Miguel de Lillo is one of the most important landmarks in Asturias and an extraordinary example of pre-Romanesque architecture.
The Feria de Muestras de Asturias, or Asturias Trade Fair, held annually in Gijón, is one of the largest economic and social events in the Principality.
Inaugurado en 1994, este espectacular museo permite indagar sobre el origen y la evolución de la minería asturiana, así como descender al interior de una mina.
The issue when visiting the beautiful Asturian town of Luarca isn’t what there is to see, but whether you have enough time to see everything. The sea, river and mountains forge an extensive playground of countless attractions and destinations.
Food and flea markets take place throughout Asturias all year round. What better way to explore and purchase the best products of the region?
The church of San Julián de los Prados in Oviedo is an extraordinary example of Pre-Romanesque art.
A raised granary or hórreo, as they are called in Asturias, is one of the most characteristic architectural and cultural features of the region’s countryside.