Asturias is a perfect combination of culture, nature and gastronomy. Of course, if there is something that stands out about this beautiful Spanish autonomous community, it is its landscapes, being able to find places as spectacular as the Picos de Europa National Park.
Another of the great attractions of Asturias are its 18 fishing villages, which in their old quarters offer all the appeal of fishing villages, in addition to having seafood restaurants and cider houses, beautiful promenades, incredible ports and, of course, beaches and cliffs that take your breath away. Today we show you the coastal towns of Asturias. Can you come with us?
Bustio is an old fishing village, Jacobean and almost mountaineering, since from it you can sense the peaks of the Picos de Europa. You will be surprised by its winding and beautiful estuary, its nearby beaches and its remote town.
The fishing village of Candás has preserved its strong Cantabrian identity over the centuries, which is especially evident in some of its festivals.
Castropol is an illustrious town that has an interesting historic center, in which both civil and religious architecture stand out. Of course, we must highlight the views that are obtained from the top.
Cudillero is a picturesque fishing village located on the side of a mountain. Their brightly colored hanging houses are surprising. It is important to note that it offers a viewpoint route.
Many consider Figueras as the pearl of the Eo. And we are talking about a small and charming port that offers sun, light and a lot of possibilities for water sports.
One of the best known towns in Asturias is Lastres, which is famous for its excellent cuisine of fish and shellfish, its unique beauty and its tireless fishing activity.
We continue our journey through the fishing villages of Asturias in Llanes, a town that leads by the hand to the Cuera mountain range and the Picos de Europa. Of course, its spectacular beaches are surprising.
Luanco is the closest coastal town to Cabo Peñas. It offers beautiful beaches, a secluded town and a church that almost reaches into the Cantabrian Sea.
Considered the whitest town on the entire Asturian coast, Luarca offers a spectacular landscape, especially from the lighthouse and from the watchtower.
The town of Navia has a huge, mighty and powerful estuary where different water sports are practiced. In fact, one of the most famous swimming descents in Spain is held here.
Ortiguera is a steep town hanging from slopes that flow into the sea, offering an unbeatable ocean panorama . Its lighthouses and its chapel stand out.
Port of Vega
Puerto de Vega has been and is a powerful source of inspiration for artists. And not only for its beautiful surroundings , but for its Indian villas with gardens, its palace houses, the typical Asturian mansions …
Ribadesella is an attractive town that is famous for hosting the prehistoric cave of Tito Bustillo and for being the goal of the International Descent of the Sella.
Saint Stephen of Pravia
San Esteban de Pravia is also a town that has always attracted the attention of artists . In addition, we want to highlight its cosmopolitan air.
San Juan de la Arena
Many consider the town of San Juan de la Arena as the paradise of the best elver in the world. Its river promenade and ports stand out, as well as the Quebrantos beach.
Tapia de Casariego
One of the best-known towns in Asturias is Tapia de Casariego, which impresses with its port and its fishing houses, as well as its atmosphere of terraces, restaurants and taverns.
Viavélez is a town that offers peace, good cuisine, lots of literature and a pleasant fishing port.
Finally, we must talk about Tazones, the only Asturian port with an imperial character. You will love its neighborhoods of old fishermen’s houses and its lively restaurants.
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