Things to do in Asturias
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.
Located between Colunga and Lastres, come explore the age of the dinosaurs at the Jurassic Museum of Asturias (MUJA).
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.
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.
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.
Come enjoy blissful moments of relaxation in the spas of Asturias, designed to deliver a complete wellbeing experience.
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.
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.