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  • Cabo de Peñas.

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    Cabo de Peñas. Gozón. Asturias. The Peñas cape is a remarkable strip of land which projects out into the Cantabrian Sea in the central section of the Asturian coastline, and which has been declared to be protected countryside.The northernmost point on the Iberian Peninsula, with cliffs over 100 metr…

  • Cangas de Onís.

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    Cangas de Onís. Asturias. Cangas de Onís, capital of the area of the same name, sits in the valley formed by the rivers Sella and Güeña. The most representative feature of the town is its Roman Bridge, declared to be a Historic-Artistic Site in 1931.It has five arches, three of them pointed, and fro…

  • Cudillero.

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    Cudillero. Asturias. Cudillero is a small, picturesque fishing port which sits on the side of a mountain. Outstanding are its hanging houses with eaves and brightly-coloured windows perched on a horseshoe of steep cliffs around the port. It has many routes with viewpoints, among which it is worth me…

  • Arriondas.

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    Arriondas. Parres. Asturias. This village, surrounded by mountains, is a paradise for hiking lovers and fans of active tourism. Arriondas is in the Region of Asturias, in northern Spain. The village is in a large valley surrounded by mountains, where the Sella and Piloña rivers converge. They are an…

  • Avilés.

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    Avilés. Asturias. It is situated on the central strip of the coastline of Asturias, to the west of the cape of Peñas. An old seafaring and farming town, it is now a modern city and a major iron and steel centre, a product of demographic growth and the industrial boom. Avilés is the third major city …

  • Oviedo.

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    Oviedo. Asturias. The former Ovetum has been closely linked to the Asturian monarchy since its foundation (8th century), and even became the capital of the Kingdom. This fact has left an unquestionable medieval flavour in the historic quarter, which in modern times has been given a carefully-conside…

  • Gijón.

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    Gijón. Asturias. On the shores of the Cantabrian Sea, Gijón offers an attractive combination of maritime tradition, monumental heritage and modern urban planning right on the seashore. Its marina is a testament to its close links with the sea throughout its history. It was shortlisted in the Europea…

  • Luarca.

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    Luarca. Valdés. Asturias. Hidden on the Asturian coast, Luarca is a quiet town of white houses which preserves all the charm and attraction of its seafaring tradition. Built around an S-shaped cove sitting between sheer cliffs, the historic quarter of Luarca, its promenade and the port are all worth…

  • Luanco.

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    Luanco. Gozón. Asturias. The atmosphere of a fishing village in a historic setting. The fishing village of Luanco is less than 40 kilometres from Oviedo. It has an interesting historic centre as well as beautiful beaches washed by the Bay of Biscay. It is well worth having a stroll around this villa…

  • Pola de Lena.

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    Pola de Lena. Lena. Asturias. Astoria's countryside, skiing and historic heritage. Pola de Lena is 33 kilometres from Oviedo and stands out for its rugged mountain landscape, as well as for its architectural heritage. Special mention should be made of Santa Cristina de Lena (11th century), a pre-Rom…

  • Llanes.

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    Llanes. Asturias. Llanes has the appearance of a historic town. Not for nothing has its historic quarter been declared a Historic-Artistic Site and it preserves major examples of civil, religious and military architecture. The San Pedro walk, San Antón, the river Carrocedo and the port are the focal…

  • Ribadesella.

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    Ribadesella. Asturias. The distinctive feature of the urban layout of Ribadesella is the bridge that divides the fishing port in two, and which every first Saturday in August is the finishing line in most Asturias' most emblematic festival: the canoe descent of the Sella River. Its historic quarter …