Things to do in Asturias
A unique mix of nature and tourist attractions make Asturias a truly fun destination for family holidays.
The town of Cangas de Onís is the perfect gateway to the majestic Picos de Europa mountain range. Rich in art, history and culinary experiences, let yourself be swept away by the town’s picturesque historic quarters.
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.
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?
Lastres es el pueblo de ‘Doctor Mateo’. Sí, el médico protagonista y el resto de personajes de aquella serie disfrutaron de la autenticidad de esta localidad marinera.
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.
Cider and Asturias go hand in hand. The local tipple can be enjoyed on any occasion and is not just a drink but a social ritual.