Cudillero. Asturias



Cudillero is a small, picturesque fishing port nestled on the side of a mountain. It is known for its hanging houses with eaves and brightly coloured windows, set on a steep horseshoe of cliffs surrounding the harbour.

It has a hiking route of viewpoints, including the walk to the lighthouse, La Garita, La Atalaya and El Pico. Its two most important buildings are the Gothic-style parish church dating from the 16th century, where you can admire Baroque carvings, and the chapel of El Humilladero, which is the oldest building in the town. The fish taverns, located in a narrow cobbled square by the sea, are the main tourist attraction. 

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