Asturias is famed for its greenery, rolling hills and the mountains of the Picos de Europa. Amongst the Spanish it is famed for its gastronomy and for its abundance of beautiful, unspoilt beaches and green coastline. For walkers, cyclists and hikers there are plenty of marked routes and for ornithologists and wild flower enthusiast, there is rich fauna and flora to boot.
For those guests who are looking for some more adventure, we have teamed up with Frontera verde, a local company that offers an abundance of activities ranging from canoeing, canyoning and caving to quad biking, paint balling and horse riding. You can book your trip or activity directly with us and we will check availability and ensure your place.
Cangas de Onís and the Picos de Europa National Park (Covadonga sanctuary and lakes, Cabrales, Bulnes and the Cares gorge), Redes Nature Park fishing villages of Cudillero, Luanco, Candás, Tazones, Lastres, Ribadesella and Llanes. All these places are one hour away or less.
Cider Museum (Nava) 20 mins; Jurassic Museum (Colunga) 40 mins; Tito Bustillo Cave and Art Centre (Ribadesella) 45 mins; Mining and Industry Museum (El Entrego) 45 mins; Laboral City of Culture and Botanic Gardens (Gijón) 45 mins; Niemeyer Centre (Avilés) 50 mins.
UNESCO World Heritage sites:
Monuments of Oviedo and the Kingdom of the Asturias (several sites); Cave of Altamira and paleolithic cave art of northern Spain (several sites).