Your journey begins in Asturias
A perfect combination of culture, nature, beaches, sport and passion for good food. Come and enjoy all its attractions, and you'll see how soon you'll be planning a return trip.
Have you ever wanted to see a fish auction, discover the secrets of traditional recipes like the famous white bean stew known as 'fabada', or learn how to make cider and 'cabrales' cheese? A treat for the palate.
We suggest a tour of the archaeological sites, caves and museums featuring rock art. A journey back to prehistoric times! Discover the rock paradise awaiting you in the west of Asturias by visiting caves like the Tito Bustillo cave or the Prehistory Park in Teverga.
A modern city with a maritime tradition. We suggest visiting come of its monuments like the Roman Baths, the Town Hall and the Torre del Reloj tower. Take a dip at the San Lorenzo beach, and pick up a treat in the shops along the Calle Corrida.©
Sociedad Mixta de Turismo de Gijón, S.A.
This drink with a low alcohol content is made from apples and drunk in small portions known as 'culinos'. Come to the old quarter of Oviedo and its well-known 'cider boulevard', where you can try some and learn to pour it yourself.©
Asturias Regional Tourism Company
Are you looking for a hotel that's out of the ordinary, offers quality and is surrounded by beautiful scenery? You'll find it all in the country houses of Asturias, with their inviting décor and exceptional views. You won't want to leave your room!
A trip in which your children will be the stars of the show. Make their dreams come true by following in the footsteps of dinosaurs, going down into a mine, seeing a giant squid or playing in the vast and fun-filled Children's Palace in Oviedo.
This is the perfect city for strolling. Explore it by walking round its historic centre to see its squares and the cathedral, and elegant buildings like the Valdecarzana palace. Don't miss one of its most typical spots, the Fontán.©
Fundación Comarca de la Sidra
If you're looking for entertaining experiences in the 'Cider Region', you can see how to make cider and the various different kinds of typical Asturian sausage, sample the local produce, and visit local businesses selling cheeses, yoghurt and cottage cheese.
Cudillero, Gijón, Ribadesella and Llanes. Remember these four names. Destinations full of charm, perfect for relaxing on the shore, strolling with the Cantabrian Sea as a backdrop, and enjoying the delicious seafood.
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