What to see in Asturias

Asturias is one of the most beautiful Autonomous Communities in our country, with truly spectacular natural landscapes and cities and towns with a lot of charm. The contrasts that are created with its mountainous landscapes and the sea are worth seeing, and the history and culture of the entire Community is very interesting. A variety that allows you to completely change your environment in just a few minutes.

Not only does it have dreamlike landscapes but its gastronomy is also delicious, like any other in our country, the truth is that anywhere we can enjoy food a lot. Fruits, seafood, fish, meat … and, of course, cider is the true queen of all the drinks that you can find there. Take note of the main places of interest in Asturias :

Biosphere Reserves in Asturias

In total there are 5 natural spaces declared a Biosphere Reserve , so you have a lot to choose from. The Somiedo Natural Park is one of the main ones, with almost 300 square kilometers full of peaks, depressions, meadows, mountains or pastures in which there are many ranchers working. Also worth visiting is the Redes Natural Park, in the councils of Sobrescobio and Caso. The Fuentes del Narcea, Dega帽a and Ibias Natural Park has in its interior the spectacular Integral Natural Reserve of the Muniellos Forest, which is the largest oak grove in our country. The most famous is undoubtedly the Picos de Europa National Park, which has, among other things of interest, the Sanctuary of Covadonga.

The best cities in Asturias

In total there are 78 councils, and the most populated cities are Gij贸n , Oviedo and Avil茅s , which are also the most visited and famous in the entire Community. In all of them, and in any other, you will find natural environments, monuments and a lot of things to see and do, either during a long vacation or a couple of days away.

Museums of Asturias

It would be impossible to recommend them all since there are so many, but among the most interesting are the Asturias Gold Museum (in Navelgas), the Forge Museum (in El Franco), the Ethnographic Museum (in Puerto de Vega), the Museum of Sacred Art (in Tineo), the Museum of the People of Asturias (in Gij贸n), the Gaita Museum (Gij贸n), the Archaeological Museum of Asturias (Oviedo), the Anchor Museum (Castrill贸n), the Cider Museum ( Nava) or the Museum of Mining and Industry (in San Mart铆n del Rey Aurelio).

Routes in Asturias

There are countless routes that you can do to visit the most interesting places, both by car, on foot, by bicycle, by canoe or on horseback. Asturias is one of the best destinations in our country to practice activities such as hiking , caving or climbing.