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Asturias highlights

Bufones de Pría blowholes
Experience nature’s power on the cliffs of Pría, where the rough Cantábrico Sea bursts through blowholes with deafening roars.
Muniellos Nature Reserve
Only a few lucky visitors are allowed in this stunning UNESCO-protected nature reserve, home to rare birds and brown bears.
Asturian cider tasting in Villaviciosa
Sample traditional cider in the Villaviciosa region of Asturias, where cider tastings take place in charming villages surrounded by orchards.
Ribadesella town
Get active with world-class canoeing on the scenic River Sella, before viewing Stone Age paintings in the Tito Bustillo caves.
Tapas bars in Oviedo
Taste traditional cuisine and fresh seafood in charming Fontán Square, before honing your cider-pouring skills on La Gascona Cider Boulevard.
La Ruta de las Xanas hiking route
This easy 4 km trail takes in isolated mountain villages, dramatic cliffs and river beds filled with hazelnut trees.
The lakes and sanctuary of Covadonga
History and scenery go hand in hand in Covadonga, home to glacial lakes and a sanctuary hidden in a cave.
Scenic views from tiered coastal villages
Perched on green hillsides, the pretty fishing villages of Cudillero and Lastres offer scenic views from above or below.
Torimbia Beach
Green mountains meet golden sand and blue-green water at this stunning horseshoe-shaped beach, which also has a popular nudist section.

A Secret of Nature

From dramatic mountains of the Picos de Europa National Park to buildings precariously close to its Atlantic Coast’s sheer cliffs, Asturias is one of Spain’s best kept secrets.

In a valley, the capital Oviedo is an eclectic mix of architecture, great food and even greater nightlife. And for nightlife read ‘early morning life’ as things don’t get going until after midnight. Nearby Gijón is the region’s biggest city and well known for its cider industry and long, sandy beach.

With over 250 km of coastline, Asturias has an impressive array of beaches, many sheltered by towering cliffs. One such beach is Playa del Silencio near Cudillero. Along the coast the port of Aviles has a delightful French garden and the futuristic-looking Centro Niemeyer.

Popular Llanes to the east is home to some of the best Asturias hotels, and the coastline between here and Pendueles is absolutely spectacular. Ribadesella also has beautiful scenery where river meets sea. By a different river mouth is Luarca, a picturesque town curving around its harbour full of fishing boats bringing in excellent seafood.

Inland the scenery undulates in peaks and troughs, and beaches give way to fields where grazing animals far outweigh tourists. Here are more country houses on Booking.com, while most Asturias apartments, guest houses and hotels are by the coast.

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