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Get great deals on hotels in Asturias, es. Book online, pay at the hotel. Read hotel reviews and choose the best hotel deal for your stay. But I want to see more of Spain and my wife is keen on visiting Asturias. I am interested in local culture, architecture, history, regional food and anything unique and. The best hotels in Asturias, chosen by our expert, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels and Asturias hotel deals. Read the reviews and book.

Any suggestions where to travel too would be gratefully appreciated. You can stay in Oviedo. El Ovetense. This restaurant has the best menu of the day. Very economical but wonderful food served in large quantities. It is located in a hotel and the dining room is on the second floor. The restaurant is not too big, but it is very clean and has white table cloths.

Try the paella, which is wonderful. The bacalao a la Vizcaina is great. To give us some help, maybe you could give us how you are getting to North Spain , how long you will be here , when and method of transport. All of this information would help us give you some great ideas in a part of Spain which is brimming with sights.

Hi I would be flying to Northern Spain either directly from the UK or I may stay a few days in another part of Spain and then fly in or travel by Rail. I would be staying for 7 to 14 days depending on whether I was visiting another part of Spain first? My husband and I love Asturias! It depends what type of sightseeing you would like to do. We love Llanes in Eastern Asturias. Lovely coastal walks and beaches many with sand based rockpools safe for the kiddies at low tide.

Llanes is packed with restaurants and is a lively small seaside town. From here, you could drive day trips to: Santillana del Mar in Cantabria - World Heritage Town ; visit Cangas de Onis Roman Bridge, and possibly the zoo to see the Asturian Bears then on to Covadonga to see the cathedral, and then either drive on or catch the bus in summer you have to bus up to the Lagos de Covadonga, take a picnic and walk around the mountain lakes; visit the 2 inland beaches - Cobijeru and Gulpiyuri; drive up through Posada de Llanes and take the funicular railway to Bulnes for the afternoon; visit the Ethnographic museum in Poo de Llanes There are also some caves painted of significance in Ribadesella and also near Santillana del Mar, but I would recommend making reservations if you wanted to visit there.

As for architecture, we enjoy the local villages, and discovering places on our drives or walks. If you are into cities, then I think Oviedo has some lovely places, including the Santa Maria del Naranco.

With 2 weeks driving, I would suggest touring for a week and then Llanes for a week; or staying 2 or 3 days in each place.

I would recommend western Asturias such as Luarca as the roofs are slate not terracotta as in Eastern Asturias and it's a lovely town OR, a really beautiful village is Potes in Cantabria up in the mountains , and the drive through the gorge from there to Llanes is simply stunning. Not too far from Potes 20 min drive?? Ahhh - I'm getting homesick for it now!

If you are catching the train, then it can be slow up there. Take a look at our most romantic, stylish and idyllic hotels and guesthouses.

Luxurious elegance or beautiful environment, the choice is wide …. I want to know more. Child friendly hotels and self-catering holiday homes great for children and parents alike. Let your kids enjoy nature and local traditions in the company of others with lots of unique things to do …. Take part of the laid back village life, stroll along cobblestone streets, dine in small traditional restaurants and smile at the locals on the main square.

Just stay in one of our hotels and guesthouses where animals are welcome. Looking for perfect breaks on secluded beaches? We have selected great places to stay near some of the best surf spots in Europe. Hotels by city in Asturias. Good restaurants at walking distance. Great location near the train station and a short walk from the bus. We got the bus from Asturias airport and stayed here for one night - it was a perfect hotel to get your head down.

Also there is a Europcar opposite for your onward journey and plenty of bars and restaurants nearby. Very convenient for restaurants and city centre, would certainly stay again. The city is well worth a visit. Prices and quality of food in Sidrerias Asturias, near the hotel, excellent.

Try the local specialities with a bottle or two of local cider. Hotel is in the city centre on the main street, close to the cathedral - Camino Primitivo starts right there. The hotel is in walking distance from bus station where end buses from airport Asturias. Tourist information centre is also near. The buffet breakfast was excellent. This hotel is an ideal location for us as it is very close to the rail and bus station making it easy to explore Asturias.

It is a very short walk into Oviedo City Centre. Spacious apartment in fascinating historical village. Asturias is amazing! Muros de Nalon was a very nice surprise for us. We liked the property's garden and the good taste for antique furniture and decorations; also the positive attitude of the hostes.

The bed was comfortable not as the pillow. The breakfast was really good with a lot of things. Asturias is the best. Simple hotel represents good value in a scenic little town. Easy to reach Oviedo and other points of interest on the Asturias coast. Staff were very friendly and helpful with tips on the area.

Everything was wonderful. The room was extremely comfortable, location was perfect, and staff were helpful and friendly. This was one of my favorite hotels at in Asturias. Good hotel in a quiet surroundings, personnel was very helpful, good location for trips around Asturias by public transport.

The cool, relaxed atmosphere and the friendly people. We loved meeting the staff and fellow guests. Property is stunning, location superb- great views, ideal for long walks. Breakfast and dinner very well prepared, staff happy to help with anything you need. Our children enjoyed making ceramics and feeding the animals.

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Spain Hotels Apartments. Hotels Apartments. Oviedo hotels. Llanes hotels. Ribadesella 88 hotels. Arenas de Cabrales 40 hotels. Cudillero 43 hotels. Luarca 45 hotels. Soto de Cangas 18 hotels. Villaviciosa 72 hotels. Colunga 37 hotels. Stay in Asturias's best hotels! Show map. Filter by: Star rating 5 stars 4 stars 3 stars 2 stars 1 star.

Our top picks Lowest price first Star rating and price Top reviewed. Show more Show less. Check availability. They really care for people to feel as good as possible Show more Show less. See all 2, hotels in Asturias. Breakfast options. Budget Hotel. Beatiful gardens and nice location Show more Show less. No credit card needed. Asturian cider tasting in Villaviciosa Sample traditional cider in the Villaviciosa region of Asturias, where cider tastings take place in charming villages surrounded by orchards.

Ribadesella town Get active with world-class canoeing on the scenic River Sella, before viewing Stone Age paintings in the Tito Bustillo caves. La Ruta de las Xanas hiking route This easy 4 km trail takes in isolated mountain villages, dramatic cliffs and river beds filled with hazelnut trees. The lakes and sanctuary of Covadonga History and scenery go hand in hand in Covadonga, home to glacial lakes and a sanctuary hidden in a cave. Scenic views from tiered coastal villages Perched on green hillsides, the pretty fishing villages of Cudillero and Lastres offer scenic views from above or below.

Torimbia Beach Green mountains meet golden sand and blue-green water at this stunning horseshoe-shaped beach, which also has a popular nudist section. FAQs about hotels in Asturias. What hotels in Asturias offer an especially good breakfast? What hotels in Asturias have nice views? What are some popular places to stay in and around Asturias?

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Surprisingly however, it's also a region that remains pretty much undiscovered by international tourists. Nestled in the northwest of the country, it's a delightfully wonderful place hidden between the rocky mountains of Cantabria and the wild Bay of Biscay - somewhere to get lost for a few days and discover a new perspective on Spain.

Here are nine places in Asturias you simply can't miss! Coming from English cider country, it takes an awful lot to impress me. And whilst a couple of dodgy encounters with a bottle of scrumpy may have put me off in my teens, there's few alcoholic drinks I'd rather be supping! Unfortunately, in a world of sickly-sweet flavoured concoctions the Swedes have a lot to answer to , I've come to be a little sceptical of international offerings.

One swift drink of Asturias' favourite tipple however, and it became clear that Hereford has some stiff competition. Whilst the cider itself tastes pretty similar, the serving method is anything but! To solve the lack-of-bubbles issue encountered by this particular cider, the servers in Asturia have got a little trick: it's poured from high up above the server's head, straight into the glass waiting about three feet below - and then you have to drink it, all in one gulp. After all, the next person is thirsty too cider drinking here is a very sociable affair, and traditionally you share the same glass.

Ciderias are all over the region, so tracking down a cheeky taste or two isn't difficult, however if you're looking for a little more insight into the brewing process, then a tour is the best idea. We can thoroughly recommend Sidra Crespo , a traditional cider house that sticks with old and true methods and produces some excellent appley goodness.

Venture outside of the popular package holiday resorts on the southern coast, and you'll discover that it's not just the Brits that are partial to a sunny Spanish holiday - the Spanish themselves frequently vacation within their own borders. Keen to escape the sweltering temperatures reached in cities such as Madrid and Seville, they however, choose to head north, to enjoy the beautiful coastline and pretty towns in Asturias - and few are more popular than this one.

A magical medieval city, still housed within crumbling walls, with an active harbour set along beautiful waterways, fantastic beaches and top notch views from the small hill which overlooks it all. Unlike many urban beaches, the sandy coves in the centre of Llanes are actually rather pretty, incredibly clean and perfect for an afternoon or morning in the sun.

Spend a few hours relaxing at Playa del Sablon , and then take a walk along Paseo de San Pedro , a pathway that takes you high above the city for dramatic coastal scenery and spectacular views of the Bay of Biscay. Art lovers shouldn't miss the interesting Los Cubos de Memoria.

Designed and painted by famous Basque artist Augustin Ibarrola, what should be a simple breakwater to protect the harbour has been transformed into a colourful work of art. Where to stay Hotel La Palma de Llanes is located around a 15 minute walk away from the beaches of Llanes but this is more that made up for by its stunning location with views of the mountains, a lovely outdoor pool and modern amenities.

Helps that they have doubles starting at 50 Euro a night as well! Find out more here. It is said that many of Spain's most beautiful beaches are actually found along the rugged coastline of the north, not the popular south. After seeing the wonderful stretch of sand that hugs the colourful town of Ribadesella, we can't help but agree that there's some truth in the statement.

Bring a parasol and place yourself at the water's edge to while away a sunny summer's day, take a sailing class or head into town for a plate of the freshest seafood - all washed down by perfect local cider of course.

For those that enjoy a little history alongside their tan lines, take the 10 minute stroll inland from Santa Marina Beach to the Unesco World Heritage site of Cueva de Tito Bustillo to discover a veritable feast of prehistoric drawings dating back 35, years. Our pick on where to stay Old fashioned grandeur, a stunning buildings, beachside location, helpful staff and great rooms.

To find out more, click here. The north of Spain, and Asturias in particular, boasts a number of wonderful little towns. In our eyes however, it's little Cudillero that wins the title of the most beautiful. It is a spot made for a leisurely lunch, for a slow meander along narrow streets towards the spectacular view from above. Don't miss the charming fishing harbour where you can watch boats return with the day's catch and wind-worn fishermen repairing their nets or drying their fish in the sun.

Family owned and run, it is full of local charm. Follow this link for more information. Enjoy a brisk early morning walk along the coast and head up to Parque del Cerro de Santa Catalina for spectacular views over the ocean and a chance to admire the bold sculpture 'Elogio del Horizonte', before making your way back into the city to explore Plaza Mayor one of the prettiest plazas in Spain some say and the surrounding streets.

If you happen to be here on a sunny day, be sure to check out one of the most visited beaches in Asturias - San Lorenzo. Our pick on where to stay Fantastically located, excellent value for money, quirky and fun design, large rooms and helpful staff - Hotel San Miguel is definitely our pick of the bunch.

Very disappointing though, the lighting in the bedroom unable to read and around the reception area with lots of burnt light bulbs. The food ordered in the restaurant was well below par especially the Cachopo too thin and soaked in oil as were the potatoes oily chips and as much as I like motorbikes, having one parked next to me in the dining room does not make it any better.

We weren't charge for the main course but surprise surprise upon leaving we were given the wrong bill We will not be coming back!!! Everyone in town was friendly and the tapas at the bars were fantastic. Not a typical hotel feel. More like a big beautiful home with total privacy when you want it and engage with fellow travelers and staff when you want. Issues with my airline allowed for the owner to not only lend me his phone but actually help with the confusion as to my bag disappearance.

The hotel is extremely comfortable and relaxing, in a magnificent building in a marvellous location with views out over the hills of Asturias.

Super breakfast, really good attention to the customers. The hotel owner gave us great tips about things to visit around Pravia especially asturias coast It was a really pleasure stayed at Hotel Rey Silio. Thanks guys. Excellent location to explore Asturias. Very clean and comfortable apartment. It was within walking distance of the shopping center and the cider restaurants. They also have secure parking. They explained the map to us and directed us.

They allowed us to leave our car in the garage, go shopping before we went on our way to our next destination. The hotel was well signposted. Close to everything and clean. Breakfast was very good. Very clean, friendly staff, slightly out of town but only a short drive away. Excellent place to explore the Picos which have amazing roads if you are on a motorcycle. Nice big room , with a huge bathroom , didnt have a view to the beach but very nice as well.

Quality per Price. The room's heater is very good. The stuff is very helping and nice. Note they just speak Spanish. Perfect location for hiking. Owner and sons were amazing. Took time to give details on hiking in the park and making our stay there fabulous. The cool, relaxed atmosphere and the friendly people. We loved meeting the staff and fellow guests.

Property is stunning, location superb- great views, ideal for long walks. Breakfast and dinner very well prepared, staff happy to help with anything you need. Our children enjoyed making ceramics and feeding the animals. Fire in our room great perk!!

The villa was so comfortable and tastefully decorated. Very interesting concept and place. Clean and comfortable specially with small children. Error: Please enter a valid email address. Error: Oops! An error has occurred. We've sent you an email so you can confirm your subscription.

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Oviedo hotels. Ribadesella 88 hotels. Llanes hotels. Cudillero 43 hotels. Luarca 45 hotels. Arenas de Cabrales 40 hotels. Colunga 37 hotels. Villaviciosa 72 hotels. Tineo 13 hotels. Stay in Asturias's best hotels! Show map. Filter by: Star Rating 5 stars 4 stars 3 stars 2 stars 1 star. Show more Show less. Check availability. They really care for people to feel as good as possible Show more Show less. See all 2, hotels in Asturias. Breakfast options. Budget Hotel.

Beatiful gardens and nice location Show more Show less. No credit card needed. Asturian cider tasting in Villaviciosa Sample traditional cider in the Villaviciosa region of Asturias, where cider tastings take place in charming villages surrounded by orchards.

Ribadesella town Get active with world-class canoeing on the scenic River Sella, before viewing Stone Age paintings in the Tito Bustillo caves. La Ruta de las Xanas hiking route This easy 4 km trail takes in isolated mountain villages, dramatic cliffs and river beds filled with hazelnut trees.

The lakes and sanctuary of Covadonga History and scenery go hand in hand in Covadonga, home to glacial lakes and a sanctuary hidden in a cave. Scenic views from tiered coastal villages Perched on green hillsides, the pretty fishing villages of Cudillero and Lastres offer scenic views from above or below.

Torimbia Beach Green mountains meet golden sand and blue-green water at this stunning horseshoe-shaped beach, which also has a popular nudist section. FAQs about hotels in Asturias. What are the best cities to stay at in Asturias? What are the best hotels in Asturias near Cares Trail? What is the best neighborhood to stay at in Asturias? How much does it cost to stay at a hotel in Asturias? What are the best hotels in Asturias near Asturias Airport? What hotels in Asturias have nice views?

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But I want to see more of Spain and my wife is keen on visiting Asturias. I am interested in local culture, architecture, history, regional food and anything unique and. Get great deals on hotels in Asturias, es. Book online, pay at the hotel. Read hotel reviews and choose the best hotel deal for your stay. Cangas de Onís.

It is located in a hotel and the dining room is on the second floor. The restaurant is not too big, but it is very clean and has white table cloths. Try the paella, which is wonderful. The bacalao a la Vizcaina is great. To give us some help, maybe you could give us how you are getting to North Spain , how long you will be here , when and method of transport.

All of this information would help us give you some great ideas in a part of Spain which is brimming with sights. Hi I would be flying to Northern Spain either directly from the UK or I may stay a few days in another part of Spain and then fly in or travel by Rail. I would be staying for 7 to 14 days depending on whether I was visiting another part of Spain first?

My husband and I love Asturias! It depends what type of sightseeing you would like to do. We love Llanes in Eastern Asturias. Lovely coastal walks and beaches many with sand based rockpools safe for the kiddies at low tide.

Llanes is packed with restaurants and is a lively small seaside town. From here, you could drive day trips to: Santillana del Mar in Cantabria - World Heritage Town ; visit Cangas de Onis Roman Bridge, and possibly the zoo to see the Asturian Bears then on to Covadonga to see the cathedral, and then either drive on or catch the bus in summer you have to bus up to the Lagos de Covadonga, take a picnic and walk around the mountain lakes; visit the 2 inland beaches - Cobijeru and Gulpiyuri; drive up through Posada de Llanes and take the funicular railway to Bulnes for the afternoon; visit the Ethnographic museum in Poo de Llanes There are also some caves painted of significance in Ribadesella and also near Santillana del Mar, but I would recommend making reservations if you wanted to visit there.

As for architecture, we enjoy the local villages, and discovering places on our drives or walks. If you are into cities, then I think Oviedo has some lovely places, including the Santa Maria del Naranco.

With 2 weeks driving, I would suggest touring for a week and then Llanes for a week; or staying 2 or 3 days in each place.

I would recommend western Asturias such as Luarca as the roofs are slate not terracotta as in Eastern Asturias and it's a lovely town OR, a really beautiful village is Potes in Cantabria up in the mountains , and the drive through the gorge from there to Llanes is simply stunning. Not too far from Potes 20 min drive?? Ahhh - I'm getting homesick for it now! If you are catching the train, then it can be slow up there. The Alsa bus service seems pretty good though and very reasonable - you could do Bilbao , then Santander , then Llanes, then Gijon Then you'd get to squeeze in the Guggenheim in Bilbao.

Asturias has something for any willing traveller. The weathers changeable but the mists are spectacular , the scenery is out of this world, the beaches are stunning, the food is delicious, and dare I say it, the tourists that do visit are travellers who want to 'experience' Spain , rather than just go for sun and booze. A phrase book or basic words in Spanish will be helpful. Thanks for your advice that is a lot of helpful information. I am being a creature of habit and going back to Valencia this year but heading out to Gandia and Murcia while I am there.

I will visit Asturias next year now and with your advice I can now get planning. Thank you very much. I'm preparing for my third trip to Asturias in the last three years. I can only tell you what I've told anyone who has asked me about visiting Asturias and that is "Don't go, it's horrible, ugly, terrible, etc.

It is so unspoiled and beautiful. The food is wonderful and the people friendly. Oviedo is magical and a very, very clean city. There's also Covadongo and the Picos of Europa or the fishing villages of Ribadesella and Cudillero where the houses are built up on the the side of the mountain.

Small towns like Pravia just south of Cudillero can provide a pleasant authentic slice of Spanish. Anyway, hope you have a wonderful experience when you go. Happy Travels! I am loving all the Asturias love on here! Find out more here. It is said that many of Spain's most beautiful beaches are actually found along the rugged coastline of the north, not the popular south.

After seeing the wonderful stretch of sand that hugs the colourful town of Ribadesella, we can't help but agree that there's some truth in the statement.

Bring a parasol and place yourself at the water's edge to while away a sunny summer's day, take a sailing class or head into town for a plate of the freshest seafood - all washed down by perfect local cider of course. For those that enjoy a little history alongside their tan lines, take the 10 minute stroll inland from Santa Marina Beach to the Unesco World Heritage site of Cueva de Tito Bustillo to discover a veritable feast of prehistoric drawings dating back 35, years.

Our pick on where to stay Old fashioned grandeur, a stunning buildings, beachside location, helpful staff and great rooms. To find out more, click here. The north of Spain, and Asturias in particular, boasts a number of wonderful little towns.

In our eyes however, it's little Cudillero that wins the title of the most beautiful. It is a spot made for a leisurely lunch, for a slow meander along narrow streets towards the spectacular view from above. Don't miss the charming fishing harbour where you can watch boats return with the day's catch and wind-worn fishermen repairing their nets or drying their fish in the sun. Family owned and run, it is full of local charm. Follow this link for more information. Enjoy a brisk early morning walk along the coast and head up to Parque del Cerro de Santa Catalina for spectacular views over the ocean and a chance to admire the bold sculpture 'Elogio del Horizonte', before making your way back into the city to explore Plaza Mayor one of the prettiest plazas in Spain some say and the surrounding streets.

If you happen to be here on a sunny day, be sure to check out one of the most visited beaches in Asturias - San Lorenzo. Our pick on where to stay Fantastically located, excellent value for money, quirky and fun design, large rooms and helpful staff - Hotel San Miguel is definitely our pick of the bunch. Click here to check availability and prices. Only in Oviedo for a flying visit, we're not sure we can attest to all of Woody Allen's adjectives, but it certainly ticked a few boxes!

You see, if there's two things we love to discover more than anything when exploring new towns, it's an abundance of street photography opportunities and wonderful little markets. And here, in the capital of Asturias, we found both by the bucket load. For the prettiest part of the city, make a beeline for the old town. It's a wonderful place to explore. And that's before you even enter Mercado El Fontan where fresh fish, cured meats, local produce and charming stall owners are ready to greet you and your camera.

True market lovers should make sure to time their visit to Oviedo with the large outdoor market in the centre of the town, which takes place every Tuesday. And that usually means expensive. Click here to check availability and find out more. Guarded by a troupe of curious goats, these towering cliffs provide breath-taking views over the wild Bay of Biscay and offer the beginnings of numerous hiking trails from which to explore the coast.

Spending so long in Latin America, we are well aware of the impact the good and the bad that Spanish immigrants made on culture, from Mexico to Argentina. What was so interesting in Colombres however, was discovering the impact that this made on lives right here in Asturias. Housed in a beautiful building that wouldn't look out of place in Cartagena that's Colombia, not Spain , this museum sensitively archives everything from the dangerous crossings made by men, women and children in their quest for a better life to the success stories of those that never returned and how they continue to maintain links to their homeland.

If it hasn't become clear yet, Asturias is a region full of charming coastal towns; a wonderful paint by numbers ocean-hugging route that leads you from one stunning location to the next. It makes sense then to end this guide with one more: Luarca, the white town on the green coast.

Whether viewed from above whilst exploring the beautiful cemetery, lighthouse or small chapel, or taking the short loop from the harbour to the edge of town not missing the spectacular stone bridge along which passes Spain's most luxurious of tourist trains , Luarca is a wonderful place to lose an hour at the end of the day - and a must-do for those that love experiencing a fishing village that despite the passing years, retains all of its charm. Our pick on where to stay Traditional but beautifully quaint boutique hotel in the heart of the village, just m from the beach.

Stunning rooms and lovely outside area make Hotel Villa de Luarca our top choice by far! To check availability and find out more, see this link. All opinions are our own and based on personal experience.

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Follow this link for more information. Enjoy a brisk early morning walk along the coast and head up to Parque del Cerro de Santa Catalina for spectacular views over the ocean and a chance to admire the bold sculpture 'Elogio del Horizonte', before making your way back into the city to explore Plaza Mayor one of the prettiest plazas in Spain some say and the surrounding streets.

If you happen to be here on a sunny day, be sure to check out one of the most visited beaches in Asturias - San Lorenzo. Our pick on where to stay Fantastically located, excellent value for money, quirky and fun design, large rooms and helpful staff - Hotel San Miguel is definitely our pick of the bunch.

Click here to check availability and prices. Only in Oviedo for a flying visit, we're not sure we can attest to all of Woody Allen's adjectives, but it certainly ticked a few boxes! You see, if there's two things we love to discover more than anything when exploring new towns, it's an abundance of street photography opportunities and wonderful little markets.

And here, in the capital of Asturias, we found both by the bucket load. For the prettiest part of the city, make a beeline for the old town. It's a wonderful place to explore. And that's before you even enter Mercado El Fontan where fresh fish, cured meats, local produce and charming stall owners are ready to greet you and your camera.

True market lovers should make sure to time their visit to Oviedo with the large outdoor market in the centre of the town, which takes place every Tuesday. And that usually means expensive. Click here to check availability and find out more. Guarded by a troupe of curious goats, these towering cliffs provide breath-taking views over the wild Bay of Biscay and offer the beginnings of numerous hiking trails from which to explore the coast. Spending so long in Latin America, we are well aware of the impact the good and the bad that Spanish immigrants made on culture, from Mexico to Argentina.

What was so interesting in Colombres however, was discovering the impact that this made on lives right here in Asturias. Housed in a beautiful building that wouldn't look out of place in Cartagena that's Colombia, not Spain , this museum sensitively archives everything from the dangerous crossings made by men, women and children in their quest for a better life to the success stories of those that never returned and how they continue to maintain links to their homeland.

If it hasn't become clear yet, Asturias is a region full of charming coastal towns; a wonderful paint by numbers ocean-hugging route that leads you from one stunning location to the next. It makes sense then to end this guide with one more: Luarca, the white town on the green coast. Whether viewed from above whilst exploring the beautiful cemetery, lighthouse or small chapel, or taking the short loop from the harbour to the edge of town not missing the spectacular stone bridge along which passes Spain's most luxurious of tourist trains , Luarca is a wonderful place to lose an hour at the end of the day - and a must-do for those that love experiencing a fishing village that despite the passing years, retains all of its charm.

Our pick on where to stay Traditional but beautifully quaint boutique hotel in the heart of the village, just m from the beach. Stunning rooms and lovely outside area make Hotel Villa de Luarca our top choice by far! To check availability and find out more, see this link. All opinions are our own and based on personal experience. Everything was wonderful. The room was extremely comfortable, location was perfect, and staff were helpful and friendly.

This was one of my favorite hotels at in Asturias. Good hotel in a quiet surroundings, personnel was very helpful, good location for trips around Asturias by public transport. The cool, relaxed atmosphere and the friendly people. We loved meeting the staff and fellow guests. Property is stunning, location superb- great views, ideal for long walks. Breakfast and dinner very well prepared, staff happy to help with anything you need.

Our children enjoyed making ceramics and feeding the animals. Fire in our room great perk!! Error: Please enter a valid email address. Error: Sorry. An error has occurred. We've sent you an email so you can complete your subscription.

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Hotels in Asturias, Spain Enter your dates and choose from 2, hotels and other places to stay Please type your destination. Error: Please enter a destination to start searching. I'm travelling for work. Spain Hotels Apartments. Hotels Apartments. Oviedo hotels. Llanes hotels. Ribadesella 88 hotels. Arenas de Cabrales 40 hotels. Cudillero 43 hotels. Luarca 45 hotels. Soto de Cangas 18 hotels. Villaviciosa 72 hotels.

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They really care for people to feel as good as possible Show more Show less. See all 2, hotels in Asturias. Breakfast options. Budget Hotel. Beatiful gardens and nice location Show more Show less. No credit card needed. Asturian cider tasting in Villaviciosa Sample traditional cider in the Villaviciosa region of Asturias, where cider tastings take place in charming villages surrounded by orchards.

Ribadesella town Get active with world-class canoeing on the scenic River Sella, before viewing Stone Age paintings in the Tito Bustillo caves. La Ruta de las Xanas hiking route This easy 4 km trail takes in isolated mountain villages, dramatic cliffs and river beds filled with hazelnut trees. The lakes and sanctuary of Covadonga History and scenery go hand in hand in Covadonga, home to glacial lakes and a sanctuary hidden in a cave.

Scenic views from tiered coastal villages Perched on green hillsides, the pretty fishing villages of Cudillero and Lastres offer scenic views from above or below. Torimbia Beach Green mountains meet golden sand and blue-green water at this stunning horseshoe-shaped beach, which also has a popular nudist section.

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What is the best neighbourhood to stay in Asturias? Samuel Jersey. Brilliant clean room, great supper and breakfast , staff great Show more Show less. Stephen Paul United Kingdom. Elaine Spain. Anonymous Spain. Loslobos United Kingdom. Amparo Spain. Valeriya Russia.

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Robert Spain. Narcisa Spain. AFK89 Portugal. Asturias is the best Show more Show less. Edu12 Spain. Diane United States. Good hotel in a quiet surroundings, personnel was very helpful, good location for trips around Asturias by public transport Show more Show less.

Daria Russia. We loved meeting the staff and fellow guests Show more Show less. Budget Hotels budget hotels in Asturias. Light and airy bedrooms are simple in design with white washed walls, modern art and sink-into beds.

Uber modern bathrooms are a given. Oh-so chic. A charming rural property perched atop a hill, with far stretching views across the gently rolling hills and azure sea. Cosy rooms are traditional in style; the best are in the attic with rustic exposed beams and sloping roofs. Set in a glorious part of rural Spain. Country perfection. A rural Asturian farmhouse set in the rolling hills. Romantic rustic chic bedrooms with lovely fabrics and private balconies. Traditional cuisine and local cider from the cafe, bikes to borrow, and lots of countryside fresh air.

A romantic country escape with plenty of rural charm. Spacious and chic interiors with modern facilities, seating areas, and balconies overlooking the El Sueve natural reserve. Home cooked meals are served in the restaurant. Stylish, sustainable and magical. Countryside hotel in 16th century mansion. Traditional rooms feature opulent fabrics, wooden beamed ceilings and elegant bathrooms.

Garden, Chapel and ivy-clad terrace. Superb Iberian menu. Regal, peaceful and good value. A converted Asturias palace with stunning views of gardens and rolling fields. Inside, traditional interiors feature wooden beams and large fireplaces, with antique hardwood furniture and sumptuous vintage fabrics. Expect a warm welcome from your hosts at this tranquil rural haven! A stunning seafront palacio with wonderfully contemporary interiors.

Chic white rooms with L'Occitane en Provence products, the best of which have sea views. Indulgent breakfasts can be taken on the terrace. Surrounded by some of Spain's best beaches. A unique seaside property. An elegant castle hotel overlooking the mountains in the Asturian countryside.

Simple, chic suites some multi-level, with private balconies, garden or forest views, and hot tubs. The on site restaurant dishes up excellent regional cuisine, and sleek bar serves innovative cocktails. A grand choice. Elegant rooms have a traditional feel yet are chic and contemporary. A smart indoor pool and sauna are perfect for unwinding. Gourmet local cuisine is served up in the restaurant. Situated in stunning countryside.

True luxury. Tranquil luxury hotel with breathtaking views of the Picas d'Europa and an impressive art collection. Large rooms are rustic-chic with neutral tones, in traditional farmhouse-style buildings.

The garden has pretty terraces and an infinity pool, while the indulgent spa and top cuisine seals the deal! Find me the best hotels in:. The Hotel Guru Spain Asturias. Check out. I'm flexible with dates. About Asturias Locals claim Asturias as the "real" Spain, the rest is just land which has been reconquered.

What not to miss: Some of Asturias' rocky mountains are part of the dramatic Picos de Europa range, sheer rocky pillars and peaks just back from the coast. As well as being extremely beautiful, this landscape is beloved by outdoor-sports-folk of all kinds. Asturias' unconquerable nature means the architecture is modest but ancient - much of it is pre-Romanesque.

The region's capital, Oviedo is easily walkable, with an old centre which was once encircled by a stone wall - this is where most of the major sights are found. Oviedo also has a reputation for fun, which might, or might not be linked to the region's speciality: Sidra, or apple cider.

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But I want to see more of Spain and my wife is keen on visiting Asturias. I am interested in local culture, architecture, history, regional food and anything unique and. The best hotels in Asturias, chosen by our expert, including luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels and Asturias hotel deals. Read the reviews and book. Get great deals on hotels in Asturias, es. Book online, pay at the hotel. Read hotel reviews and choose the best hotel deal for your stay.

And that usually means expensive. Click here to check availability and find out more. Guarded by a troupe of curious goats, these towering cliffs provide breath-taking views over the wild Bay of Biscay and offer the beginnings of numerous hiking trails from which to explore the coast. Spending so long in Latin America, we are well aware of the impact the good and the bad that Spanish immigrants made on culture, from Mexico to Argentina.

What was so interesting in Colombres however, was discovering the impact that this made on lives right here in Asturias. Housed in a beautiful building that wouldn't look out of place in Cartagena that's Colombia, not Spain , this museum sensitively archives everything from the dangerous crossings made by men, women and children in their quest for a better life to the success stories of those that never returned and how they continue to maintain links to their homeland.

If it hasn't become clear yet, Asturias is a region full of charming coastal towns; a wonderful paint by numbers ocean-hugging route that leads you from one stunning location to the next. It makes sense then to end this guide with one more: Luarca, the white town on the green coast. Whether viewed from above whilst exploring the beautiful cemetery, lighthouse or small chapel, or taking the short loop from the harbour to the edge of town not missing the spectacular stone bridge along which passes Spain's most luxurious of tourist trains , Luarca is a wonderful place to lose an hour at the end of the day - and a must-do for those that love experiencing a fishing village that despite the passing years, retains all of its charm.

Our pick on where to stay Traditional but beautifully quaint boutique hotel in the heart of the village, just m from the beach. Stunning rooms and lovely outside area make Hotel Villa de Luarca our top choice by far!

To check availability and find out more, see this link. All opinions are our own and based on personal experience. Asturias is many things. Enjoy some proper Spanish Cider - at a proper cideria Coming from English cider country, it takes an awful lot to impress me.

The Tourist Hotspot of Llanes Venture outside of the popular package holiday resorts on the southern coast, and you'll discover that it's not just the Brits that are partial to a sunny Spanish holiday - the Spanish themselves frequently vacation within their own borders.

The Colourful Town of Ribadesella It is said that many of Spain's most beautiful beaches are actually found along the rugged coastline of the north, not the popular south. Oviedo and its Markets. Colombres and its Indianos Archive Spending so long in Latin America, we are well aware of the impact the good and the bad that Spanish immigrants made on culture, from Mexico to Argentina.

Luarca and its Lighthouse If it hasn't become clear yet, Asturias is a region full of charming coastal towns; a wonderful paint by numbers ocean-hugging route that leads you from one stunning location to the next. Why Tenerife? Six Amazing Outdoor Activities in Tenerife. The Basque Country More than just the Bilbao effect?

Making Passion a Reality in Cantabria, Spain. Six Incredible Reasons to Visit Menorca. This 3-star hotel offers a hour front desk, a tour desk and free WiFi. Beautiful property and location, overlooking the mountains. Rooms were big, clean and comfortable. Staff were friendly and cheerful.

Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Ame and I love this place clean new, love the decoration, it is a family business, his dad collected old door for years and they use all these old doors in this place, for decoration. The mom cooks amazing. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Great design and comfortable stay. Staff were super friendly and helped us a lot with the checkin and finding a parking nearby.

Breakfast was also fresh and very good. Great place to stay. All facilities were up scale. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Amazing views from common terrace in the house and from road living the house, where a walk along eucalyptus forest is recommended. Rooms are spacious, nicely decorated, functional, with nice views. Reading lamps and tv. Wifi was working good for video calls even if service depends on wlan rural areas provider.

Breakfast in good with fresh bread, Spanish bakery, dried meat, yogourts, tea, coffee, chocolate powder and milk. House has beautiful garden and plants. Recommendations given by Marta for a day trip were very useful. They really care for people to feel as good as possible. El Rincon del Cuera is located in Parres de Llanes, 2.

The accommodation provides a hour front desk and a shared lounge for guests. The location was superb. Set in a valley with mountains either side, a river running through and This 3-star hotel offers a tour desk. In the three weeks we've been traveling Spain, this is the best place we have stayed. The location, the host, the accommodation itself exceeded our expectations, it presented itself much Free private parking is available on site. A flat-screen TV is featured. Clean room, close to picos.

Parking near the hotel. The hotel features a restaurant, a garden and BBQ facilities. Great host. Great location. Great food. Surrounded by nature. Situated on the outskirts of Castropol, it is a short, 7-minute walk from Penarronda Beach.

Such a gem. Ana, was a true host and very accommodating. This 1-star hotel offers a tour desk and luggage storage space. It was a very nice hotel with smoking and helpfull staff. The rooms were cleaned every day. This hotel gets our highest recommendation.

Homemade breakfast is available on request. Good breakfast and very polite and helpful owner. Beatiful gardens and nice location.

Its rooms include free Wi-Fi and a TV. Great place to stay! The staff is really nice, the room and bathroom were clean and we had a good This stylish, eco-friendly property has a garden with amazing views of the Sierra del Sueve Mountains.

Great hotel, very friendly and helpful staff. Located 2 km outside the village of Grado, El Lacayo de Sestiello offers apartments and rooms with views of its gardens and the surrounding mountains. Outstanding property and property owner.. The staff at check in were friendly and Such a cute room. Spacious, for the price, and a good layout. The staff were really friendly. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Just about everything.

Our room overlooking the main square was delightful. The hotel has a heated pool, hot tub and sauna, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. We had a family room and it was perfect for our family of 4. This 2-star hotel offers a tour desk. Family owners with an eye for details and love for service.

Located in Collera, 1. The staff is very friendly and welcoming and helpful. The facilities were excellent. Popular with guests booking hotels in Asturias. Hotel Bahia , La Casona de Rales and Alesga Rural have received great reviews from travellers in Asturias regarding the views from their hotel rooms.

In a valley, the capital Oviedo is an eclectic mix of architecture, great food and even greater nightlife.

With over km of coastline, Asturias has an impressive array of beaches, many sheltered by towering cliffs. One such beach is Playa del Silencio near Cudillero. Along the coast the port of Aviles has a delightful French garden and the futuristic-looking Centro Niemeyer.

Popular Llanes to the east is home to some of the best Asturias hotels, and the coastline between here and Pendueles is absolutely spectacular. Ribadesella also has beautiful scenery where river meets sea.

By a different river mouth is Luarca, a picturesque town curving around its harbour full of fishing boats bringing in excellent seafood. Inland the scenery undulates in peaks and troughs, and beaches give way to fields where grazing animals far outweigh tourists.

Here are more country houses on Booking. Great historical town centre around a quite industrial area. Lots of great restaurants serving local, Spanish and international cuisine. A good place to base yourself for a few days to explore Asturias. We used piedras Blancas as a one night stop over before starting a two week holiday in Spain. Brilliant clean room, great supper and breakfast , staff great. This is a satisfactory accommodation with amazing views.

Location good for exploring the Asturias with car. Eating out was ok but not great. There is a great Italian restaurant a few km away. See TripAdvisor. We had a couple of requests which they did provide but said that this is Spain and our request was unusual. Their attitude was unfriendly and sharp. We asked for a kettle and a couple of hours heating in the evening. This is a pretty holiday area close to the airport of Asturias.

It has camping sites, holiday apartments, hotels, bars and restaurants and a lovely sandy beach. Naveces is a great spot for visiting Aviles historical centre, for beaches along this unspoiled coastline or for heading off onto the mountains.

Great place to. Is it as there are many bars on the Asturias cider trail. Great entertainment having a cider in a bar- especially when the bar staff all wear wellies!

Excellent food. Beautiful countryside views and friendly people. Asturias legumes are the best ever. The most I like in Oviedo is the nightlife, good asturian food and a beautiful view to green hills and mountains and of course an historical part of the city.

There are so many things to do and explore in Oviedo and in Asturias. I loved this place. The hotel owner gave us great tips about things to visit around Pravia especially asturias coast It was a really pleasure stayed at Hotel Rey Silio. Thanks guys. Excellent location to explore Asturias.

Very clean and comfortable apartment. It was within walking distance of the shopping center and the cider restaurants. They also have secure parking. They explained the map to us and directed us. They allowed us to leave our car in the garage, go shopping before we went on our way to our next destination. The hotel was well signposted. Close to everything and clean. Breakfast was very good. Very clean, friendly staff, slightly out of town but only a short drive away. Excellent place to explore the Picos which have amazing roads if you are on a motorcycle.

Nice big room , with a huge bathroom , didnt have a view to the beach but very nice as well. Quality per Price. The room's heater is very good. The stuff is very helping and nice. Note they just speak Spanish. Perfect location for hiking. Owner and sons were amazing. Took time to give details on hiking in the park and making our stay there fabulous.

The cool, relaxed atmosphere and the friendly people. We loved meeting the staff and fellow guests. Property is stunning, location superb- great views, ideal for long walks. Breakfast and dinner very well prepared, staff happy to help with anything you need.

Our children enjoyed making ceramics and feeding the animals. Fire in our room great perk!! The villa was so comfortable and tastefully decorated. Very interesting concept and place. Clean and comfortable specially with small children. Error: Please enter a valid email address. Error: Oops! An error has occurred. We've sent you an email so you can confirm your subscription. List your property. We have more than 70 million property reviews, all from real, verified guests.

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No credit card needed. Asturian cider tasting in Villaviciosa Sample traditional cider in the Villaviciosa region of Asturias, where cider tastings take place in charming villages surrounded by orchards.

Ribadesella town Get active with world-class canoeing on the scenic River Sella, before viewing Stone Age paintings in the Tito Bustillo caves. La Ruta de las Xanas hiking route This easy 4 km trail takes in isolated mountain villages, dramatic cliffs and river beds filled with hazelnut trees.

The lakes and sanctuary of Covadonga History and scenery go hand in hand in Covadonga, home to glacial lakes and a sanctuary hidden in a cave. Scenic views from tiered coastal villages Perched on green hillsides, the pretty fishing villages of Cudillero and Lastres offer scenic views from above or below.

Torimbia Beach Green mountains meet golden sand and blue-green water at this stunning horseshoe-shaped beach, which also has a popular nudist section. FAQs about hotels in Asturias. What are the best cities to stay at in Asturias? What are the best hotels in Asturias near Cares Trail? What is the best neighborhood to stay at in Asturias? How much does it cost to stay at a hotel in Asturias? What are the best hotels in Asturias near Asturias Airport?

What hotels in Asturias have nice views? How many hotels in Asturias are listed on Booking. What are the best hotels to stay at in Asturias? Which hotels in Asturias are good for families? What are some popular places to stay in and around Asturias? What hotels in Asturias are good for couples? What hotels in Asturias offer great breakfasts? Irma United States of America. Graciela United States of America.

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We love Llanes in Eastern Asturias. Lovely coastal walks and beaches many with sand based rockpools safe for the kiddies at low tide. Llanes is packed with restaurants and is a lively small seaside town. From here, you could drive day trips to: Santillana del Mar in Cantabria - World Heritage Town ; visit Cangas de Onis Roman Bridge, and possibly the zoo to see the Asturian Bears then on to Covadonga to see the cathedral, and then either drive on or catch the bus in summer you have to bus up to the Lagos de Covadonga, take a picnic and walk around the mountain lakes; visit the 2 inland beaches - Cobijeru and Gulpiyuri; drive up through Posada de Llanes and take the funicular railway to Bulnes for the afternoon; visit the Ethnographic museum in Poo de Llanes There are also some caves painted of significance in Ribadesella and also near Santillana del Mar, but I would recommend making reservations if you wanted to visit there.

As for architecture, we enjoy the local villages, and discovering places on our drives or walks. If you are into cities, then I think Oviedo has some lovely places, including the Santa Maria del Naranco. With 2 weeks driving, I would suggest touring for a week and then Llanes for a week; or staying 2 or 3 days in each place.

I would recommend western Asturias such as Luarca as the roofs are slate not terracotta as in Eastern Asturias and it's a lovely town OR, a really beautiful village is Potes in Cantabria up in the mountains , and the drive through the gorge from there to Llanes is simply stunning. Not too far from Potes 20 min drive?? Ahhh - I'm getting homesick for it now!

If you are catching the train, then it can be slow up there. The Alsa bus service seems pretty good though and very reasonable - you could do Bilbao , then Santander , then Llanes, then Gijon Then you'd get to squeeze in the Guggenheim in Bilbao. Asturias has something for any willing traveller. The weathers changeable but the mists are spectacular , the scenery is out of this world, the beaches are stunning, the food is delicious, and dare I say it, the tourists that do visit are travellers who want to 'experience' Spain , rather than just go for sun and booze.

A phrase book or basic words in Spanish will be helpful. Thanks for your advice that is a lot of helpful information. I am being a creature of habit and going back to Valencia this year but heading out to Gandia and Murcia while I am there. I will visit Asturias next year now and with your advice I can now get planning.

Thank you very much. I'm preparing for my third trip to Asturias in the last three years. I can only tell you what I've told anyone who has asked me about visiting Asturias and that is "Don't go, it's horrible, ugly, terrible, etc. It is so unspoiled and beautiful.

The food is wonderful and the people friendly. Oviedo is magical and a very, very clean city. There's also Covadongo and the Picos of Europa or the fishing villages of Ribadesella and Cudillero where the houses are built up on the the side of the mountain.

Small towns like Pravia just south of Cudillero can provide a pleasant authentic slice of Spanish. Anyway, hope you have a wonderful experience when you go. Happy Travels! I am loving all the Asturias love on here! With a bit of Cantabria thrown in, great stuff!! This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity.

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Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Asturias where to stay and visit. Watch this Topic. Browse forums All Browse by destination. Oviedo forums. All forums. Just about everything. Our room overlooking the main square was delightful. The hotel has a heated pool, hot tub and sauna, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. We had a family room and it was perfect for our family of 4. This 2-star hotel offers a tour desk. Staff was extremely kind and welcoming. Great view, fantastic breakfast serve as 3 course menu.

Located in Collera, 1. The staff is very friendly and welcoming and helpful. The facilities were excellent. Popular with guests booking hotels in Asturias.

A peaceful place to relax, great hospitality from the people. I went there for a mission to find my grandmother's house and I did with the help of the owner and her sister. Beautiful Asturias!!! We brought our bicycles and enjoyed riding to the river, the beach, the nearby towns and climbing the mountains surrounding the place.

The roads are in excellent condition, the traffic never too busy and the drivers in the area very polite. All the places we visited were very clean and we always felt very safe. We ate our meals at the restaurants on both sides of the river Nalon. The area is one of the best places for cycling we have found in Europe also an excellent location for hiking and sailing, We decided to spent all our vacation time in the Asturias area and can't wait to get back to some of the nicest people we have met in our travels.

It is the capital of Asturias, quiet, very clean, very nice town, so much that I forget the great city that is Madrid ' I invite you to walk and walk past the Cathedral, the San Francisco park and reach the street Gascona The boulevard de la Sidra and taste a good "Cachopo" a big breaded veal steak , while taking a few sips of this wonderful drink : the Sidra and to finish a rice with milk dessert, fruit of the gastronomic inventiveness of Asturias, land of my Grandfather. Barro de Llanes Celorio is a little beach town, not touristy at all, although it is crowded in summer with beach goers and people visiting their vacation homes.

There are two beautiful beaches. It was a good location for seeing Asturias and visiting the Picos de Europa. There are also many lovely beaches and hiking trails around Celorio and it is close to Llanes if you need something from a bigger town. Grado is a charming market town in the mountains of Asturias, with a gentle microclimate that lets palm trees grow and water flow all year round.

The people are accommodating and the downtown area is a nice human scale, with a lively bar scene and a Sunday market that fills the streets with all kinds of merchandise and color and freshness. My favorite part is the hiking trails that crisscross the area; Grado is a great starting point for several fine hikes into the mountains or along the river valley.

One attraction is a small set of caves nearby, with Paleolithic paintings inside! You have to book in advance and wear sensible shoes, but this little "value-added" makes the town a standout for me. Restaurante Gran Feudo makes a stupendous burger, as well as a platter of grilled vegetables worth writing home about.

Great little town as a jumping point to Asturias. There is cultural spots and the architecture, old nd historic. You have to try the sidra. The airport was a bit too far on a very busy motorway. Oviedo was elegant a bit like Buenos Aires. Lots of food from Asturias on offer in both restaurants and shops. Close to the dramatic Picos de Europa. Last day of a brilliant holiday through Asturias, happy to have found a lovely location to spend the last night. Very disappointing though, the lighting in the bedroom unable to read and around the reception area with lots of burnt light bulbs.

The food ordered in the restaurant was well below par especially the Cachopo too thin and soaked in oil as were the potatoes oily chips and as much as I like motorbikes, having one parked next to me in the dining room does not make it any better.

We weren't charge for the main course but surprise surprise upon leaving we were given the wrong bill We will not be coming back!!! Everyone in town was friendly and the tapas at the bars were fantastic.

Not a typical hotel feel. More like a big beautiful home with total privacy when you want it and engage with fellow travelers and staff when you want. Issues with my airline allowed for the owner to not only lend me his phone but actually help with the confusion as to my bag disappearance. The hotel is extremely comfortable and relaxing, in a magnificent building in a marvellous location with views out over the hills of Asturias. Super breakfast, really good attention to the customers. The hotel owner gave us great tips about things to visit around Pravia especially asturias coast It was a really pleasure stayed at Hotel Rey Silio.

Thanks guys. Excellent location to explore Asturias. Very clean and comfortable apartment. It was within walking distance of the shopping center and the cider restaurants. They also have secure parking. They explained the map to us and directed us. They allowed us to leave our car in the garage, go shopping before we went on our way to our next destination. The hotel was well signposted. Close to everything and clean. Breakfast was very good. Very clean, friendly staff, slightly out of town but only a short drive away.

Excellent place to explore the Picos which have amazing roads if you are on a motorcycle. Nice big room , with a huge bathroom , didnt have a view to the beach but very nice as well. Quality per Price. The room's heater is very good.

The stuff is very helping and nice. Note they just speak Spanish. Perfect location for hiking. Owner and sons were amazing. Took time to give details on hiking in the park and making our stay there fabulous. The cool, relaxed atmosphere and the friendly people.

We loved meeting the staff and fellow guests. Property is stunning, location superb- great views, ideal for long walks. Breakfast and dinner very well prepared, staff happy to help with anything you need.

Our children enjoyed making ceramics and feeding the animals. Fire in our room great perk!! The villa was so comfortable and tastefully decorated. Very interesting concept and place.

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Asturian cider tasting in Villaviciosa Sample traditional cider in the Villaviciosa region of Asturias, where cider tastings take place in charming villages surrounded by orchards. Ribadesella town Get active with world-class canoeing on the scenic River Sella, before viewing Stone Age paintings in the Tito Bustillo caves.

La Ruta de las Xanas hiking route This easy 4 km trail takes in isolated mountain villages, dramatic cliffs and river beds filled with hazelnut trees. The lakes and sanctuary of Covadonga History and scenery go hand in hand in Covadonga, home to glacial lakes and a sanctuary hidden in a cave.

Scenic views from tiered coastal villages Perched on green hillsides, the pretty fishing villages of Cudillero and Lastres offer scenic views from above or below. Torimbia Beach Green mountains meet golden sand and blue-green water at this stunning horseshoe-shaped beach, which also has a popular nudist section.

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Popular with guests booking hotels in Asturias. Hotel Bahia , La Casona de Rales and Alesga Rural have received great reviews from travellers in Asturias regarding the views from their hotel rooms.

In a valley, the capital Oviedo is an eclectic mix of architecture, great food and even greater nightlife. With over km of coastline, Asturias has an impressive array of beaches, many sheltered by towering cliffs. One such beach is Playa del Silencio near Cudillero. Along the coast the port of Aviles has a delightful French garden and the futuristic-looking Centro Niemeyer. Popular Llanes to the east is home to some of the best Asturias hotels, and the coastline between here and Pendueles is absolutely spectacular.

Ribadesella also has beautiful scenery where river meets sea. By a different river mouth is Luarca, a picturesque town curving around its harbour full of fishing boats bringing in excellent seafood. Inland the scenery undulates in peaks and troughs, and beaches give way to fields where grazing animals far outweigh tourists. Here are more country houses on Booking. Great historical town centre around a quite industrial area.

Lots of great restaurants serving local, Spanish and international cuisine. A good place to base yourself for a few days to explore Asturias. We used piedras Blancas as a one night stop over before starting a two week holiday in Spain. Brilliant clean room, great supper and breakfast , staff great. This is a satisfactory accommodation with amazing views. Location good for exploring the Asturias with car.

Eating out was ok but not great. There is a great Italian restaurant a few km away. See TripAdvisor. We had a couple of requests which they did provide but said that this is Spain and our request was unusual. Their attitude was unfriendly and sharp. We asked for a kettle and a couple of hours heating in the evening. This is a pretty holiday area close to the airport of Asturias. It has camping sites, holiday apartments, hotels, bars and restaurants and a lovely sandy beach. Naveces is a great spot for visiting Aviles historical centre, for beaches along this unspoiled coastline or for heading off onto the mountains.

Great place to. Is it as there are many bars on the Asturias cider trail. Great entertainment having a cider in a bar- especially when the bar staff all wear wellies! Excellent food. Beautiful countryside views and friendly people. Asturias legumes are the best ever. The most I like in Oviedo is the nightlife, good asturian food and a beautiful view to green hills and mountains and of course an historical part of the city. There are so many things to do and explore in Oviedo and in Asturias.

I loved this place. Definitely recommend it to visit! A fabulous seaside town in Asturias. Great walking, beach, sailing and food and drink. A perfect place to spend a couple of nights from or to the ferry at Santander. Scenery is amazing with the ocean and the mountains. Gijon is quite a big town and in some parts very old. The beach is beautiful would think surfing could be on the cards. Bit of a devil to drive around lots of one way systems, but plenty of restaurants or sideria selling the Asturias sider, lovely.

Will certainly be back. Hotel Babu was a lovely, stylish small and quiet hotel with very welcoming and accommodating staff. The family rooms were two large interconnecting rooms with very comfortable beds and black out blinds. The owner was very kind and went to extra lengths to organise an evening meal for us. The breakfast was very good also.

This is a great part of Asturias with so much to do in both the coast and the mountains and Hotel Babu makes a great base. I had an issue when i was in Asturias Airport, i forgot my mobile in the taxi.

I inform the staff in the reception of my hotel, were David and his colleague but i didn't have expectation to find it. The receptionists by their initiative they looking for my mobile in taxi group and they find the taxi driver and my mobile. Apartment was very clean with a comfortable bed and great shower.

Mountain views from balcony were exceptional. Hosts were extremely friendly and generous with Asturias Sidra and the impressive Queimada. Town of Villaviciosa is a short drive with shops, good restaurants Lena recommended and Sidreria's. Fabulous beach of Playa de Rodiles about 10km away.

This Hotel is perfectly situated in this beautiful Village its at the top so you can meander down into the Village for walks right beside the Iconic Bridge with the Asturias Cross hanging from it. The Hotel is very clean staff very efficient rooms comfortable breakfast is continental and there is plenty to choose from overall great experience.

This is the most wonderful location. A newly built house in local style with what must be the best view in Spain, over the Picos de Europa and the surrounding area. The host, Jose Antonio, was so kind and friendly and gave us lots of ideas for places to visit.

If you're looking for a place to stay in Asturias, this is it! We really liked the friendliness of the staff, also very helpful and professional. The hotel is nice and is perfectly located to discover Picos de Europa and the beautiful coastline of Asturias.

Some fun activities for all the family can be booked at the hotel. Good restaurants at walking distance. Great location near the train station and a short walk from the bus. We got the bus from Asturias airport and stayed here for one night - it was a perfect hotel to get your head down. Also there is a Europcar opposite for your onward journey and plenty of bars and restaurants nearby.

Very convenient for restaurants and city centre, would certainly stay again. The city is well worth a visit. Prices and quality of food in Sidrerias Asturias, near the hotel, excellent. Try the local specialities with a bottle or two of local cider. Hotel is in the city centre on the main street, close to the cathedral - Camino Primitivo starts right there.

The hotel is in walking distance from bus station where end buses from airport Asturias. Tourist information centre is also near. The buffet breakfast was excellent. This hotel is an ideal location for us as it is very close to the rail and bus station making it easy to explore Asturias. It is a very short walk into Oviedo City Centre. Spacious apartment in fascinating historical village. Asturias is amazing! Muros de Nalon was a very nice surprise for us. We liked the property's garden and the good taste for antique furniture and decorations; also the positive attitude of the hostes.

The bed was comfortable not as the pillow. The breakfast was really good with a lot of things. Asturias is the best. Simple hotel represents good value in a scenic little town. Easy to reach Oviedo and other points of interest on the Asturias coast. Staff were very friendly and helpful with tips on the area. Everything was wonderful.

The room was extremely comfortable, location was perfect, and staff were helpful and friendly. This was one of my favorite hotels at in Asturias. Good hotel in a quiet surroundings, personnel was very helpful, good location for trips around Asturias by public transport. The cool, relaxed atmosphere and the friendly people. We loved meeting the staff and fellow guests. Property is stunning, location superb- great views, ideal for long walks. Breakfast and dinner very well prepared, staff happy to help with anything you need.

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Ribadesella town Get active with world-class canoeing on the scenic River Sella, before viewing Stone Age paintings in the Tito Bustillo caves. La Ruta de las Xanas hiking route This easy 4 km trail takes in isolated mountain villages, dramatic cliffs and river beds filled with hazelnut trees.

The lakes and sanctuary of Covadonga History and scenery go hand in hand in Covadonga, home to glacial lakes and a sanctuary hidden in a cave. Scenic views from tiered coastal villages Perched on green hillsides, the pretty fishing villages of Cudillero and Lastres offer scenic views from above or below. Torimbia Beach Green mountains meet golden sand and blue-green water at this stunning horseshoe-shaped beach, which also has a popular nudist section.

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I can only tell you what I've told anyone who has asked me about visiting Asturias and that is "Don't go, it's horrible, ugly, terrible, etc. It is so unspoiled and beautiful.

The food is wonderful and the people friendly. Oviedo is magical and a very, very clean city. There's also Covadongo and the Picos of Europa or the fishing villages of Ribadesella and Cudillero where the houses are built up on the the side of the mountain.

Small towns like Pravia just south of Cudillero can provide a pleasant authentic slice of Spanish. Anyway, hope you have a wonderful experience when you go. Happy Travels!

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Best places to stay in Asturias. Sleeping. 3 Cabos · Torre de Villademoros · La Posada de Babel · La Casona de Amandi · Barceló Oviedo Cervantes. Sleeping​. Explore undiscovered Spain - the villages, towns and places to visit in Asturias - a green, mountainous province filled with secrets. Get great deals on hotels in Asturias, es. Book online, pay at the hotel. Read hotel reviews and choose the best hotel deal for your stay.

Traditional rooms feature opulent fabrics, wooden beamed ceilings and elegant bathrooms. Garden, Chapel and ivy-clad terrace. Superb Iberian menu. Regal, peaceful and good value. A converted Asturias palace with stunning views of gardens and rolling fields. Inside, traditional interiors feature wooden beams and large fireplaces, with antique hardwood furniture and sumptuous vintage fabrics.

Expect a warm welcome from your hosts at this tranquil rural haven! A stunning seafront palacio with wonderfully contemporary interiors. Chic white rooms with L'Occitane en Provence products, the best of which have sea views.

Indulgent breakfasts can be taken on the terrace. Surrounded by some of Spain's best beaches. A unique seaside property.

An elegant castle hotel overlooking the mountains in the Asturian countryside. Simple, chic suites some multi-level, with private balconies, garden or forest views, and hot tubs.

The on site restaurant dishes up excellent regional cuisine, and sleek bar serves innovative cocktails. A grand choice. Elegant rooms have a traditional feel yet are chic and contemporary. A smart indoor pool and sauna are perfect for unwinding. Gourmet local cuisine is served up in the restaurant. Situated in stunning countryside. True luxury. Tranquil luxury hotel with breathtaking views of the Picas d'Europa and an impressive art collection.

Large rooms are rustic-chic with neutral tones, in traditional farmhouse-style buildings. The garden has pretty terraces and an infinity pool, while the indulgent spa and top cuisine seals the deal!

Find me the best hotels in:. The Hotel Guru Spain Asturias. Check out. I'm flexible with dates. About Asturias Locals claim Asturias as the "real" Spain, the rest is just land which has been reconquered. What not to miss: Some of Asturias' rocky mountains are part of the dramatic Picos de Europa range, sheer rocky pillars and peaks just back from the coast.

As well as being extremely beautiful, this landscape is beloved by outdoor-sports-folk of all kinds. Asturias' unconquerable nature means the architecture is modest but ancient - much of it is pre-Romanesque. The region's capital, Oviedo is easily walkable, with an old centre which was once encircled by a stone wall - this is where most of the major sights are found. Oviedo also has a reputation for fun, which might, or might not be linked to the region's speciality: Sidra, or apple cider.

Asturias' other great speciality is cheese and there are over a hundred different kinds produced in the region, including one of the world's great blue cheeses, Cabrales. Asturias' other major cities are Gijon and Aviles , both are coastal and well worth exploring if you have time. Interiors are spacious and chic - some rooms have a balcony or terrace, and all have wonderful views. Delicious home cooked dinners are available on request. Exposed stone walls and beams, big fireplaces and comfortable public spaces lend cosy, rustic charm.

La Corte de Lugas is a charming rural retreat - complete with traditionally-decorated accommodation and local cuisine served up in their restaurant.

For a coastal break Torre de Villademoros is a beautiful 18th Century house cleverly converted into a small, modern hotel. Here you have the best of both worlds, with views of the coastline on one side and the forest on the other. The garden is rambling and the cuisine regional, local and generous. Casona de la paca is a charming hotel in a charming little fishing village.

Its rooms are elegant, with antique furnishings and nice details - reminiscent of a country house hotel - and there are lovely gardens, a library with a fireplace and a cosy bar. Located just a short distance away from the beach, Casa La Calma offers simple accommodation at good value.

Plus, there's even an in-house spa. The seafront Hotel Villa Rosario , set in an earlyth century palacio, offers chic white accommodation just seconds from the beach. Tuck into wonderful breakfasts each morning before spending the day sunbathing. Lovely coastal walks and beaches many with sand based rockpools safe for the kiddies at low tide. Llanes is packed with restaurants and is a lively small seaside town.

From here, you could drive day trips to: Santillana del Mar in Cantabria - World Heritage Town ; visit Cangas de Onis Roman Bridge, and possibly the zoo to see the Asturian Bears then on to Covadonga to see the cathedral, and then either drive on or catch the bus in summer you have to bus up to the Lagos de Covadonga, take a picnic and walk around the mountain lakes; visit the 2 inland beaches - Cobijeru and Gulpiyuri; drive up through Posada de Llanes and take the funicular railway to Bulnes for the afternoon; visit the Ethnographic museum in Poo de Llanes There are also some caves painted of significance in Ribadesella and also near Santillana del Mar, but I would recommend making reservations if you wanted to visit there.

As for architecture, we enjoy the local villages, and discovering places on our drives or walks. If you are into cities, then I think Oviedo has some lovely places, including the Santa Maria del Naranco. With 2 weeks driving, I would suggest touring for a week and then Llanes for a week; or staying 2 or 3 days in each place. I would recommend western Asturias such as Luarca as the roofs are slate not terracotta as in Eastern Asturias and it's a lovely town OR, a really beautiful village is Potes in Cantabria up in the mountains , and the drive through the gorge from there to Llanes is simply stunning.

Not too far from Potes 20 min drive?? Ahhh - I'm getting homesick for it now! If you are catching the train, then it can be slow up there. The Alsa bus service seems pretty good though and very reasonable - you could do Bilbao , then Santander , then Llanes, then Gijon Then you'd get to squeeze in the Guggenheim in Bilbao.

Asturias has something for any willing traveller. The weathers changeable but the mists are spectacular , the scenery is out of this world, the beaches are stunning, the food is delicious, and dare I say it, the tourists that do visit are travellers who want to 'experience' Spain , rather than just go for sun and booze.

A phrase book or basic words in Spanish will be helpful. Thanks for your advice that is a lot of helpful information. I am being a creature of habit and going back to Valencia this year but heading out to Gandia and Murcia while I am there. I will visit Asturias next year now and with your advice I can now get planning. Thank you very much. I'm preparing for my third trip to Asturias in the last three years.

I can only tell you what I've told anyone who has asked me about visiting Asturias and that is "Don't go, it's horrible, ugly, terrible, etc. It is so unspoiled and beautiful. The food is wonderful and the people friendly. Oviedo is magical and a very, very clean city. There's also Covadongo and the Picos of Europa or the fishing villages of Ribadesella and Cudillero where the houses are built up on the the side of the mountain. Small towns like Pravia just south of Cudillero can provide a pleasant authentic slice of Spanish.

Surprisingly however, it's also a region that remains pretty much undiscovered by international tourists. Nestled in the northwest of the country, it's a delightfully wonderful place hidden between the rocky mountains of Cantabria and the wild Bay of Biscay - somewhere to get lost for a few days and discover a new perspective on Spain. Here are nine places in Asturias you simply can't miss! Coming from English cider country, it takes an awful lot to impress me. And whilst a couple of dodgy encounters with a bottle of scrumpy may have put me off in my teens, there's few alcoholic drinks I'd rather be supping!

Unfortunately, in a world of sickly-sweet flavoured concoctions the Swedes have a lot to answer to , I've come to be a little sceptical of international offerings. One swift drink of Asturias' favourite tipple however, and it became clear that Hereford has some stiff competition.

Whilst the cider itself tastes pretty similar, the serving method is anything but! To solve the lack-of-bubbles issue encountered by this particular cider, the servers in Asturia have got a little trick: it's poured from high up above the server's head, straight into the glass waiting about three feet below - and then you have to drink it, all in one gulp.

After all, the next person is thirsty too cider drinking here is a very sociable affair, and traditionally you share the same glass. Ciderias are all over the region, so tracking down a cheeky taste or two isn't difficult, however if you're looking for a little more insight into the brewing process, then a tour is the best idea. We can thoroughly recommend Sidra Crespo , a traditional cider house that sticks with old and true methods and produces some excellent appley goodness.

Venture outside of the popular package holiday resorts on the southern coast, and you'll discover that it's not just the Brits that are partial to a sunny Spanish holiday - the Spanish themselves frequently vacation within their own borders.

Keen to escape the sweltering temperatures reached in cities such as Madrid and Seville, they however, choose to head north, to enjoy the beautiful coastline and pretty towns in Asturias - and few are more popular than this one. A magical medieval city, still housed within crumbling walls, with an active harbour set along beautiful waterways, fantastic beaches and top notch views from the small hill which overlooks it all.

Unlike many urban beaches, the sandy coves in the centre of Llanes are actually rather pretty, incredibly clean and perfect for an afternoon or morning in the sun. Spend a few hours relaxing at Playa del Sablon , and then take a walk along Paseo de San Pedro , a pathway that takes you high above the city for dramatic coastal scenery and spectacular views of the Bay of Biscay. Art lovers shouldn't miss the interesting Los Cubos de Memoria.

Designed and painted by famous Basque artist Augustin Ibarrola, what should be a simple breakwater to protect the harbour has been transformed into a colourful work of art. Where to stay Hotel La Palma de Llanes is located around a 15 minute walk away from the beaches of Llanes but this is more that made up for by its stunning location with views of the mountains, a lovely outdoor pool and modern amenities.

Helps that they have doubles starting at 50 Euro a night as well! Find out more here. It is said that many of Spain's most beautiful beaches are actually found along the rugged coastline of the north, not the popular south. After seeing the wonderful stretch of sand that hugs the colourful town of Ribadesella, we can't help but agree that there's some truth in the statement.

Bring a parasol and place yourself at the water's edge to while away a sunny summer's day, take a sailing class or head into town for a plate of the freshest seafood - all washed down by perfect local cider of course.

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A unique and independent selection to some of the most charming and romantic hotels in Asturias, Spain. Here are 9 places not to miss and things to do in Asturias. Where to stay | Hotel La Palma de Llanes is located around a 15 minute walk away. But Asturias, with its dramatic rocky landscape and wild green coastline, has proved difficult to occupy. As a result the Asturian culture has thrived off this pride.

All of this information would help us give you some great ideas in a part of Spain which is brimming with sights. Hi I would be flying to Northern Spain either directly from the UK or I may stay a few days in another part of Spain and then fly in or travel by Rail.

I would be staying for 7 to 14 days depending on whether I was visiting another part of Spain first? My husband and I love Asturias! It depends what type of sightseeing you would like to do. We love Llanes in Eastern Asturias.

Lovely coastal walks and beaches many with sand based rockpools safe for the kiddies at low tide. Llanes is packed with restaurants and is a lively small seaside town.

From here, you could drive day trips to: Santillana del Mar in Cantabria - World Heritage Town ; visit Cangas de Onis Roman Bridge, and possibly the zoo to see the Asturian Bears then on to Covadonga to see the cathedral, and then either drive on or catch the bus in summer you have to bus up to the Lagos de Covadonga, take a picnic and walk around the mountain lakes; visit the 2 inland beaches - Cobijeru and Gulpiyuri; drive up through Posada de Llanes and take the funicular railway to Bulnes for the afternoon; visit the Ethnographic museum in Poo de Llanes There are also some caves painted of significance in Ribadesella and also near Santillana del Mar, but I would recommend making reservations if you wanted to visit there.

As for architecture, we enjoy the local villages, and discovering places on our drives or walks. If you are into cities, then I think Oviedo has some lovely places, including the Santa Maria del Naranco.

With 2 weeks driving, I would suggest touring for a week and then Llanes for a week; or staying 2 or 3 days in each place. I would recommend western Asturias such as Luarca as the roofs are slate not terracotta as in Eastern Asturias and it's a lovely town OR, a really beautiful village is Potes in Cantabria up in the mountains , and the drive through the gorge from there to Llanes is simply stunning.

Not too far from Potes 20 min drive?? Ahhh - I'm getting homesick for it now! If you are catching the train, then it can be slow up there. The Alsa bus service seems pretty good though and very reasonable - you could do Bilbao , then Santander , then Llanes, then Gijon Then you'd get to squeeze in the Guggenheim in Bilbao.

Asturias has something for any willing traveller. The weathers changeable but the mists are spectacular , the scenery is out of this world, the beaches are stunning, the food is delicious, and dare I say it, the tourists that do visit are travellers who want to 'experience' Spain , rather than just go for sun and booze. A phrase book or basic words in Spanish will be helpful. Thanks for your advice that is a lot of helpful information. I am being a creature of habit and going back to Valencia this year but heading out to Gandia and Murcia while I am there.

I will visit Asturias next year now and with your advice I can now get planning. Thank you very much. I'm preparing for my third trip to Asturias in the last three years. I can only tell you what I've told anyone who has asked me about visiting Asturias and that is "Don't go, it's horrible, ugly, terrible, etc.

It is so unspoiled and beautiful. The food is wonderful and the people friendly. Oviedo is magical and a very, very clean city. There's also Covadongo and the Picos of Europa or the fishing villages of Ribadesella and Cudillero where the houses are built up on the the side of the mountain.

Small towns like Pravia just south of Cudillero can provide a pleasant authentic slice of Spanish. Anyway, hope you have a wonderful experience when you go.

Happy Travels! I am loving all the Asturias love on here! With a bit of Cantabria thrown in, great stuff!! This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.

We remove posts that do not follow our posting guidelines, and we reserve the right to remove any post for any reason. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Coming from English cider country, it takes an awful lot to impress me. And whilst a couple of dodgy encounters with a bottle of scrumpy may have put me off in my teens, there's few alcoholic drinks I'd rather be supping!

Unfortunately, in a world of sickly-sweet flavoured concoctions the Swedes have a lot to answer to , I've come to be a little sceptical of international offerings. One swift drink of Asturias' favourite tipple however, and it became clear that Hereford has some stiff competition.

Whilst the cider itself tastes pretty similar, the serving method is anything but! To solve the lack-of-bubbles issue encountered by this particular cider, the servers in Asturia have got a little trick: it's poured from high up above the server's head, straight into the glass waiting about three feet below - and then you have to drink it, all in one gulp.

After all, the next person is thirsty too cider drinking here is a very sociable affair, and traditionally you share the same glass. Ciderias are all over the region, so tracking down a cheeky taste or two isn't difficult, however if you're looking for a little more insight into the brewing process, then a tour is the best idea.

We can thoroughly recommend Sidra Crespo , a traditional cider house that sticks with old and true methods and produces some excellent appley goodness.

Venture outside of the popular package holiday resorts on the southern coast, and you'll discover that it's not just the Brits that are partial to a sunny Spanish holiday - the Spanish themselves frequently vacation within their own borders.

Keen to escape the sweltering temperatures reached in cities such as Madrid and Seville, they however, choose to head north, to enjoy the beautiful coastline and pretty towns in Asturias - and few are more popular than this one. A magical medieval city, still housed within crumbling walls, with an active harbour set along beautiful waterways, fantastic beaches and top notch views from the small hill which overlooks it all.

Unlike many urban beaches, the sandy coves in the centre of Llanes are actually rather pretty, incredibly clean and perfect for an afternoon or morning in the sun. Spend a few hours relaxing at Playa del Sablon , and then take a walk along Paseo de San Pedro , a pathway that takes you high above the city for dramatic coastal scenery and spectacular views of the Bay of Biscay.

Art lovers shouldn't miss the interesting Los Cubos de Memoria. Designed and painted by famous Basque artist Augustin Ibarrola, what should be a simple breakwater to protect the harbour has been transformed into a colourful work of art. Where to stay Hotel La Palma de Llanes is located around a 15 minute walk away from the beaches of Llanes but this is more that made up for by its stunning location with views of the mountains, a lovely outdoor pool and modern amenities.

Helps that they have doubles starting at 50 Euro a night as well! Find out more here. It is said that many of Spain's most beautiful beaches are actually found along the rugged coastline of the north, not the popular south. After seeing the wonderful stretch of sand that hugs the colourful town of Ribadesella, we can't help but agree that there's some truth in the statement. Bring a parasol and place yourself at the water's edge to while away a sunny summer's day, take a sailing class or head into town for a plate of the freshest seafood - all washed down by perfect local cider of course.

For those that enjoy a little history alongside their tan lines, take the 10 minute stroll inland from Santa Marina Beach to the Unesco World Heritage site of Cueva de Tito Bustillo to discover a veritable feast of prehistoric drawings dating back 35, years.

Our pick on where to stay Old fashioned grandeur, a stunning buildings, beachside location, helpful staff and great rooms. To find out more, click here.

The north of Spain, and Asturias in particular, boasts a number of wonderful little towns. In our eyes however, it's little Cudillero that wins the title of the most beautiful. It is a spot made for a leisurely lunch, for a slow meander along narrow streets towards the spectacular view from above. Don't miss the charming fishing harbour where you can watch boats return with the day's catch and wind-worn fishermen repairing their nets or drying their fish in the sun.

Family owned and run, it is full of local charm. Follow this link for more information. Enjoy a brisk early morning walk along the coast and head up to Parque del Cerro de Santa Catalina for spectacular views over the ocean and a chance to admire the bold sculpture 'Elogio del Horizonte', before making your way back into the city to explore Plaza Mayor one of the prettiest plazas in Spain some say and the surrounding streets. If you happen to be here on a sunny day, be sure to check out one of the most visited beaches in Asturias - San Lorenzo.

Our pick on where to stay Fantastically located, excellent value for money, quirky and fun design, large rooms and helpful staff - Hotel San Miguel is definitely our pick of the bunch. Click here to check availability and prices. Only in Oviedo for a flying visit, we're not sure we can attest to all of Woody Allen's adjectives, but it certainly ticked a few boxes! You see, if there's two things we love to discover more than anything when exploring new towns, it's an abundance of street photography opportunities and wonderful little markets.

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albir-properties-for-sale.com.ru › › Asturias › Oviedo › Oviedo Travel Forum. Here are 9 places not to miss and things to do in Asturias. Where to stay | Hotel La Palma de Llanes is located around a 15 minute walk away. Arenas de Cabrales.

A magical medieval city, still housed within crumbling walls, with an active harbour set along beautiful waterways, fantastic beaches and top notch views from the small hill which overlooks it all. Unlike many urban beaches, the sandy coves in the centre of Llanes are actually rather pretty, incredibly clean and perfect for an afternoon or morning in the sun.

Spend a few hours relaxing at Playa del Sablon , and then take a walk along Paseo de San Pedro , a pathway that takes you high above the city for dramatic coastal scenery and spectacular views of the Bay of Biscay. Art lovers shouldn't miss the interesting Los Cubos de Memoria. Designed and painted by famous Basque artist Augustin Ibarrola, what should be a simple breakwater to protect the harbour has been transformed into a colourful work of art.

Where to stay Hotel La Palma de Llanes is located around a 15 minute walk away from the beaches of Llanes but this is more that made up for by its stunning location with views of the mountains, a lovely outdoor pool and modern amenities. Helps that they have doubles starting at 50 Euro a night as well! Find out more here. It is said that many of Spain's most beautiful beaches are actually found along the rugged coastline of the north, not the popular south.

After seeing the wonderful stretch of sand that hugs the colourful town of Ribadesella, we can't help but agree that there's some truth in the statement. Bring a parasol and place yourself at the water's edge to while away a sunny summer's day, take a sailing class or head into town for a plate of the freshest seafood - all washed down by perfect local cider of course. For those that enjoy a little history alongside their tan lines, take the 10 minute stroll inland from Santa Marina Beach to the Unesco World Heritage site of Cueva de Tito Bustillo to discover a veritable feast of prehistoric drawings dating back 35, years.

Our pick on where to stay Old fashioned grandeur, a stunning buildings, beachside location, helpful staff and great rooms. To find out more, click here. The north of Spain, and Asturias in particular, boasts a number of wonderful little towns. In our eyes however, it's little Cudillero that wins the title of the most beautiful. It is a spot made for a leisurely lunch, for a slow meander along narrow streets towards the spectacular view from above.

Don't miss the charming fishing harbour where you can watch boats return with the day's catch and wind-worn fishermen repairing their nets or drying their fish in the sun. Family owned and run, it is full of local charm.

Follow this link for more information. Enjoy a brisk early morning walk along the coast and head up to Parque del Cerro de Santa Catalina for spectacular views over the ocean and a chance to admire the bold sculpture 'Elogio del Horizonte', before making your way back into the city to explore Plaza Mayor one of the prettiest plazas in Spain some say and the surrounding streets.

If you happen to be here on a sunny day, be sure to check out one of the most visited beaches in Asturias - San Lorenzo. Our pick on where to stay Fantastically located, excellent value for money, quirky and fun design, large rooms and helpful staff - Hotel San Miguel is definitely our pick of the bunch. Click here to check availability and prices. Only in Oviedo for a flying visit, we're not sure we can attest to all of Woody Allen's adjectives, but it certainly ticked a few boxes!

My husband and I love Asturias! It depends what type of sightseeing you would like to do. We love Llanes in Eastern Asturias. Lovely coastal walks and beaches many with sand based rockpools safe for the kiddies at low tide. Llanes is packed with restaurants and is a lively small seaside town. From here, you could drive day trips to: Santillana del Mar in Cantabria - World Heritage Town ; visit Cangas de Onis Roman Bridge, and possibly the zoo to see the Asturian Bears then on to Covadonga to see the cathedral, and then either drive on or catch the bus in summer you have to bus up to the Lagos de Covadonga, take a picnic and walk around the mountain lakes; visit the 2 inland beaches - Cobijeru and Gulpiyuri; drive up through Posada de Llanes and take the funicular railway to Bulnes for the afternoon; visit the Ethnographic museum in Poo de Llanes There are also some caves painted of significance in Ribadesella and also near Santillana del Mar, but I would recommend making reservations if you wanted to visit there.

As for architecture, we enjoy the local villages, and discovering places on our drives or walks. If you are into cities, then I think Oviedo has some lovely places, including the Santa Maria del Naranco. With 2 weeks driving, I would suggest touring for a week and then Llanes for a week; or staying 2 or 3 days in each place.

I would recommend western Asturias such as Luarca as the roofs are slate not terracotta as in Eastern Asturias and it's a lovely town OR, a really beautiful village is Potes in Cantabria up in the mountains , and the drive through the gorge from there to Llanes is simply stunning.

Not too far from Potes 20 min drive?? Ahhh - I'm getting homesick for it now! If you are catching the train, then it can be slow up there. The Alsa bus service seems pretty good though and very reasonable - you could do Bilbao , then Santander , then Llanes, then Gijon Then you'd get to squeeze in the Guggenheim in Bilbao.

Asturias has something for any willing traveller. The weathers changeable but the mists are spectacular , the scenery is out of this world, the beaches are stunning, the food is delicious, and dare I say it, the tourists that do visit are travellers who want to 'experience' Spain , rather than just go for sun and booze. A phrase book or basic words in Spanish will be helpful. Thanks for your advice that is a lot of helpful information.

I am being a creature of habit and going back to Valencia this year but heading out to Gandia and Murcia while I am there. I will visit Asturias next year now and with your advice I can now get planning. Thank you very much.

I'm preparing for my third trip to Asturias in the last three years. I can only tell you what I've told anyone who has asked me about visiting Asturias and that is "Don't go, it's horrible, ugly, terrible, etc. It is so unspoiled and beautiful. The food is wonderful and the people friendly. Just married or simply fallen in love? Take a look at our most romantic, stylish and idyllic hotels and guesthouses.

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A first class hotel in every respect! Great staff, comfortable, right in the centre of the historic district and lovely, roomy suites with comfy beds! Super clean! The Soho Boutique offers good value for the price. The staff at check in were friendly and efficient. The room was spotless and the bed very comfortable. The bathroom was a good size with a very modern, large shower! Having just finished the Camino Salvador the Soho was a very welcome and reasonably priced stay!

I recommend this boutique to anyone! Very new and clean. Nicely decorated. Top location next to the see. This 2-star hotel offers room service and a tour desk. They provide little things that make your stay more comfortable like robes and slippers. Breakfast options include fruit, meats, cheeses, eggs, and typical European carb foods. This 3-star hotel offers a hour front desk and a concierge service. New hotel. Directly on Camino, on the way on to Tineo.

Great staff, very helpful and welcoming. Requested early soup and salad and was accommodated. Excellent food and wine. Breakfast nice bread, fresh juice and coffee- no eggs, cheese or other foods.

Need to bring or have protein food with you for strenuous hike into Tineo. Stayed in hotel part the Albergue seemed very nice as well. Hotel Rural El Pandal features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Ardisana. This 3-star hotel offers a hour front desk, a tour desk and free WiFi. Beautiful property and location, overlooking the mountains. Rooms were big, clean and comfortable.

Staff were friendly and cheerful. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Ame and I love this place clean new, love the decoration, it is a family business, his dad collected old door for years and they use all these old doors in this place, for decoration.

The mom cooks amazing. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Great design and comfortable stay. Staff were super friendly and helped us a lot with the checkin and finding a parking nearby.

Breakfast was also fresh and very good. Great place to stay. All facilities were up scale. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Amazing views from common terrace in the house and from road living the house, where a walk along eucalyptus forest is recommended. Rooms are spacious, nicely decorated, functional, with nice views.

Reading lamps and tv. Wifi was working good for video calls even if service depends on wlan rural areas provider. Breakfast in good with fresh bread, Spanish bakery, dried meat, yogourts, tea, coffee, chocolate powder and milk. House has beautiful garden and plants. Recommendations given by Marta for a day trip were very useful. They really care for people to feel as good as possible. El Rincon del Cuera is located in Parres de Llanes, 2.

The accommodation provides a hour front desk and a shared lounge for guests. The location was superb. Set in a valley with mountains either side, a river running through and This 3-star hotel offers a tour desk. In the three weeks we've been traveling Spain, this is the best place we have stayed. The location, the host, the accommodation itself exceeded our expectations, it presented itself much Free private parking is available on site. A flat-screen TV is featured.

Clean room, close to picos. Parking near the hotel. The hotel features a restaurant, a garden and BBQ facilities. Great host. Great location. Great food. Surrounded by nature. Situated on the outskirts of Castropol, it is a short, 7-minute walk from Penarronda Beach.

Such a gem. Ana, was a true host and very accommodating. This 1-star hotel offers a tour desk and luggage storage space. It was a very nice hotel with smoking and helpfull staff. The rooms were cleaned every day. This hotel gets our highest recommendation.

Homemade breakfast is available on request. Good breakfast and very polite and helpful owner. Beatiful gardens and nice location.

Its rooms include free Wi-Fi and a TV. Great place to stay! The staff is really nice, the room and bathroom were clean and we had a good This stylish, eco-friendly property has a garden with amazing views of the Sierra del Sueve Mountains.

Great hotel, very friendly and helpful staff. Located 2 km outside the village of Grado, El Lacayo de Sestiello offers apartments and rooms with views of its gardens and the surrounding mountains.

Outstanding property and property owner.. The staff at check in were friendly and Such a cute room. Spacious, for the price, and a good layout. The staff were really friendly. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace.

Just about everything. Our room overlooking the main square was delightful. The hotel has a heated pool, hot tub and sauna, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. We had a family room and it was perfect for our family of 4. This 2-star hotel offers a tour desk. Family owners with an eye for details and love for service. Located in Collera, 1.

The staff is very friendly and welcoming and helpful. The facilities were excellent. Popular with guests booking hotels in Asturias. Hotel Bahia , La Casona de Rales and Alesga Rural have received great reviews from travellers in Asturias regarding the views from their hotel rooms. In a valley, the capital Oviedo is an eclectic mix of architecture, great food and even greater nightlife. With over km of coastline, Asturias has an impressive array of beaches, many sheltered by towering cliffs.

One such beach is Playa del Silencio near Cudillero. Along the coast the port of Aviles has a delightful French garden and the futuristic-looking Centro Niemeyer.

Popular Llanes to the east is home to some of the best Asturias hotels, and the coastline between here and Pendueles is absolutely spectacular. Ribadesella also has beautiful scenery where river meets sea. By a different river mouth is Luarca, a picturesque town curving around its harbour full of fishing boats bringing in excellent seafood.

Inland the scenery undulates in peaks and troughs, and beaches give way to fields where grazing animals far outweigh tourists. Here are more country houses on Booking. Enjoy a brisk early morning walk along the coast and head up to Parque del Cerro de Santa Catalina for spectacular views over the ocean and a chance to admire the bold sculpture 'Elogio del Horizonte', before making your way back into the city to explore Plaza Mayor one of the prettiest plazas in Spain some say and the surrounding streets.

If you happen to be here on a sunny day, be sure to check out one of the most visited beaches in Asturias - San Lorenzo. Our pick on where to stay Fantastically located, excellent value for money, quirky and fun design, large rooms and helpful staff - Hotel San Miguel is definitely our pick of the bunch.

Click here to check availability and prices. Only in Oviedo for a flying visit, we're not sure we can attest to all of Woody Allen's adjectives, but it certainly ticked a few boxes! You see, if there's two things we love to discover more than anything when exploring new towns, it's an abundance of street photography opportunities and wonderful little markets. And here, in the capital of Asturias, we found both by the bucket load. For the prettiest part of the city, make a beeline for the old town.

It's a wonderful place to explore. And that's before you even enter Mercado El Fontan where fresh fish, cured meats, local produce and charming stall owners are ready to greet you and your camera. True market lovers should make sure to time their visit to Oviedo with the large outdoor market in the centre of the town, which takes place every Tuesday. And that usually means expensive. Click here to check availability and find out more. Guarded by a troupe of curious goats, these towering cliffs provide breath-taking views over the wild Bay of Biscay and offer the beginnings of numerous hiking trails from which to explore the coast.

Spending so long in Latin America, we are well aware of the impact the good and the bad that Spanish immigrants made on culture, from Mexico to Argentina. What was so interesting in Colombres however, was discovering the impact that this made on lives right here in Asturias. Housed in a beautiful building that wouldn't look out of place in Cartagena that's Colombia, not Spain , this museum sensitively archives everything from the dangerous crossings made by men, women and children in their quest for a better life to the success stories of those that never returned and how they continue to maintain links to their homeland.

If it hasn't become clear yet, Asturias is a region full of charming coastal towns; a wonderful paint by numbers ocean-hugging route that leads you from one stunning location to the next. It makes sense then to end this guide with one more: Luarca, the white town on the green coast.

Whether viewed from above whilst exploring the beautiful cemetery, lighthouse or small chapel, or taking the short loop from the harbour to the edge of town not missing the spectacular stone bridge along which passes Spain's most luxurious of tourist trains , Luarca is a wonderful place to lose an hour at the end of the day - and a must-do for those that love experiencing a fishing village that despite the passing years, retains all of its charm.

Our pick on where to stay Traditional but beautifully quaint boutique hotel in the heart of the village, just m from the beach. Stunning rooms and lovely outside area make Hotel Villa de Luarca our top choice by far! To check availability and find out more, see this link. All opinions are our own and based on personal experience. Asturias is many things. A charming rural property perched atop a hill, with far stretching views across the gently rolling hills and azure sea.

Cosy rooms are traditional in style; the best are in the attic with rustic exposed beams and sloping roofs. Set in a glorious part of rural Spain. Country perfection. A rural Asturian farmhouse set in the rolling hills. Romantic rustic chic bedrooms with lovely fabrics and private balconies. Traditional cuisine and local cider from the cafe, bikes to borrow, and lots of countryside fresh air.

A romantic country escape with plenty of rural charm. Spacious and chic interiors with modern facilities, seating areas, and balconies overlooking the El Sueve natural reserve. Home cooked meals are served in the restaurant. Stylish, sustainable and magical. Countryside hotel in 16th century mansion. Traditional rooms feature opulent fabrics, wooden beamed ceilings and elegant bathrooms. Garden, Chapel and ivy-clad terrace. Superb Iberian menu.

Regal, peaceful and good value. A converted Asturias palace with stunning views of gardens and rolling fields. Inside, traditional interiors feature wooden beams and large fireplaces, with antique hardwood furniture and sumptuous vintage fabrics.

Expect a warm welcome from your hosts at this tranquil rural haven! A stunning seafront palacio with wonderfully contemporary interiors. Chic white rooms with L'Occitane en Provence products, the best of which have sea views.

Indulgent breakfasts can be taken on the terrace. Surrounded by some of Spain's best beaches. A unique seaside property. An elegant castle hotel overlooking the mountains in the Asturian countryside. Simple, chic suites some multi-level, with private balconies, garden or forest views, and hot tubs.

The on site restaurant dishes up excellent regional cuisine, and sleek bar serves innovative cocktails. A grand choice. Elegant rooms have a traditional feel yet are chic and contemporary. A smart indoor pool and sauna are perfect for unwinding. Gourmet local cuisine is served up in the restaurant. Situated in stunning countryside. True luxury. Tranquil luxury hotel with breathtaking views of the Picas d'Europa and an impressive art collection. Large rooms are rustic-chic with neutral tones, in traditional farmhouse-style buildings.

The garden has pretty terraces and an infinity pool, while the indulgent spa and top cuisine seals the deal! Find me the best hotels in:. The Hotel Guru Spain Asturias. Check out.

I'm flexible with dates. About Asturias Locals claim Asturias as the "real" Spain, the rest is just land which has been reconquered. What not to miss: Some of Asturias' rocky mountains are part of the dramatic Picos de Europa range, sheer rocky pillars and peaks just back from the coast. As well as being extremely beautiful, this landscape is beloved by outdoor-sports-folk of all kinds. Asturias' unconquerable nature means the architecture is modest but ancient - much of it is pre-Romanesque.

The region's capital, Oviedo is easily walkable, with an old centre which was once encircled by a stone wall - this is where most of the major sights are found.

Oviedo also has a reputation for fun, which might, or might not be linked to the region's speciality: Sidra, or apple cider. Asturias' other great speciality is cheese and there are over a hundred different kinds produced in the region, including one of the world's great blue cheeses, Cabrales. Asturias' other major cities are Gijon and Aviles , both are coastal and well worth exploring if you have time. Interiors are spacious and chic - some rooms have a balcony or terrace, and all have wonderful views.

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Best places to stay in Asturias. Sleeping. 3 Cabos · Torre de Villademoros · La Posada de Babel · La Casona de Amandi · Barceló Oviedo Cervantes. Sleeping​. Explore undiscovered Spain - the villages, towns and places to visit in Asturias - a green, mountainous province filled with secrets. Cangas de Onís.

I'm preparing for my third trip to Asturias in the last three years. I can only tell you what I've told anyone who has asked me about visiting Asturias and that is "Don't go, it's horrible, ugly, terrible, etc. It is so unspoiled and beautiful. The food is wonderful and the people friendly. Oviedo is magical and a very, very clean city. There's also Covadongo and the Picos of Europa or the fishing villages of Ribadesella and Cudillero where the houses are built up on the the side of the mountain.

Small towns like Pravia just south of Cudillero can provide a pleasant authentic slice of Spanish. Anyway, hope you have a wonderful experience when you go. Happy Travels! I am loving all the Asturias love on here! With a bit of Cantabria thrown in, great stuff!! This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.

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All forums. Level Contributor. Report inappropriate content. Re: Asturias where to stay and visit. Destination Expert for Cantabria. Ask a question. See All Oviedo Conversations. Bus service from Oviedo to Madrid. Well-known and traditional dishes include 'la fabada' a large bean stew , perhaps the best-known and traditional dish in the Asturias.

Fresh water fish, including trout and salmon, are plentiful from spring onwards. Look out for Cabrales, Gamonedo, and Los Beyos etc.

All this fine food can be washed down with some excellent the excellent local cider; undoubtedly some of the finest in Spain, and to be found in plentiful supply throughout the regions many popular festivities. Ask our advice! Need inspiration? We can help you.

Lets us help you find the perfect place for your holiday Ask our advice. El Habana Llanes. Casona de La Paca. Great staff, comfortable, right in the centre of the historic district and lovely, roomy suites with comfy beds! Super clean!

The Soho Boutique offers good value for the price. The staff at check in were friendly and efficient. The room was spotless and the bed very comfortable. The bathroom was a good size with a very modern, large shower! Having just finished the Camino Salvador the Soho was a very welcome and reasonably priced stay!

I recommend this boutique to anyone! Very new and clean. Nicely decorated. Top location next to the see. This 2-star hotel offers room service and a tour desk. They provide little things that make your stay more comfortable like robes and slippers. Breakfast options include fruit, meats, cheeses, eggs, and typical European carb foods. This 3-star hotel offers a hour front desk and a concierge service.

New hotel. Directly on Camino, on the way on to Tineo. Great staff, very helpful and welcoming. Requested early soup and salad and was accommodated. Excellent food and wine. Breakfast nice bread, fresh juice and coffee- no eggs, cheese or other foods.

Need to bring or have protein food with you for strenuous hike into Tineo. Stayed in hotel part the Albergue seemed very nice as well. Hotel Rural El Pandal features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Ardisana. This 3-star hotel offers a hour front desk and a tour desk.

Beautiful property and location, overlooking the mountains. Rooms were big, clean and comfortable. Staff were friendly and cheerful. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace.

Ame and I love this place clean new, love the decoration, it is a family business, his dad collected old door for years and they use all these old doors in this place, for decoration.

The mom cooks amazing. Great design and comfortable stay. Staff were super friendly and helped us a lot with the checkin and finding a parking nearby. Breakfast was also fresh and very good. Great place to stay. All facilities were up scale. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Amazing views from common terrace in the house and from road living the house, where a walk along eucalyptus forest is recommended.

Rooms are spacious, nicely decorated, functional, with nice views. Reading lamps and tv. Wifi was working good for video calls even if service depends on wlan rural areas provider. Breakfast in good with fresh bread, Spanish bakery, dried meat, yogourts, tea, coffee, chocolate powder and milk. House has beautiful garden and plants.

Recommendations given by Marta for a day trip were very useful. They really care for people to feel as good as possible. El Rincon del Cuera is located in Parres de Llanes, 1. The property provides a hour front desk and a shared lounge for guests. The location was superb. Set in a valley with mountains either side, a river running through and This 3-star hotel offers a tour desk. In the three weeks we've been traveling Spain, this is the best place we have stayed.

Each room at the 3-star hotel has garden views, and guests can enjoy access to a shared lounge and to a garden. The location, the host, the accommodation itself exceeded our expectations, it presented itself much Free private parking is available on site. Clean room, close to picos. Parking near the hotel. The hotel features a restaurant, a garden and BBQ facilities. Great host. Great location. Great food. Surrounded by nature. Located on the outskirts of Castropol, it is a short, 7-minute walk from Penarronda Beach.

Such a gem. Ana, was a true host and very accommodating. Located in Villapedre, Hotel el Pinar offers a garden. This 1-star hotel offers a tour desk and luggage storage space. There's a terrace and guests can use free WiFi and free private parking. It was a very nice hotel with smoking and helpfull staff. The rooms were cleaned every day.

This hotel gets our highest recommendation. Homemade breakfast is available on request. Good breakfast and very polite and helpful owner. Beatiful gardens and nice location. Its rooms include free Wi-Fi and a TV. Great place to stay! The staff is really nice, the room and bathroom were clean and we had a good This stylish, eco-friendly property has a garden with amazing views of the Sierra del Sueve Mountains. Great hotel, very friendly and helpful staff.

Located 1. Outstanding property and property owner.. The staff at check in were friendly and Such a cute room. Spacious, for the price, and a good layout. The staff were really friendly. Just about everything. Our room overlooking the main square was delightful. The hotel has a heated pool, hot tub and sauna, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant.

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But I want to see more of Spain and my wife is keen on visiting Asturias. I am interested in local culture, architecture, history, regional food and anything unique and. Here are 9 places not to miss and things to do in Asturias. Where to stay | Hotel La Palma de Llanes is located around a 15 minute walk away. But Asturias, with its dramatic rocky landscape and wild green coastline, has proved difficult to occupy. As a result the Asturian culture has thrived off this pride.

El Ovetense. This restaurant has the best menu of the day. Very economical but wonderful food served in large quantities. It is located in a hotel and the dining room is on the second floor. The restaurant is not too big, but it is very clean and has white table cloths.

Try the paella, which is wonderful. The bacalao a la Vizcaina is great. To give us some help, maybe you could give us how you are getting to North Spain , how long you will be here , when and method of transport.

All of this information would help us give you some great ideas in a part of Spain which is brimming with sights. Hi I would be flying to Northern Spain either directly from the UK or I may stay a few days in another part of Spain and then fly in or travel by Rail.

I would be staying for 7 to 14 days depending on whether I was visiting another part of Spain first? My husband and I love Asturias! It depends what type of sightseeing you would like to do. We love Llanes in Eastern Asturias. Lovely coastal walks and beaches many with sand based rockpools safe for the kiddies at low tide. Llanes is packed with restaurants and is a lively small seaside town.

From here, you could drive day trips to: Santillana del Mar in Cantabria - World Heritage Town ; visit Cangas de Onis Roman Bridge, and possibly the zoo to see the Asturian Bears then on to Covadonga to see the cathedral, and then either drive on or catch the bus in summer you have to bus up to the Lagos de Covadonga, take a picnic and walk around the mountain lakes; visit the 2 inland beaches - Cobijeru and Gulpiyuri; drive up through Posada de Llanes and take the funicular railway to Bulnes for the afternoon; visit the Ethnographic museum in Poo de Llanes There are also some caves painted of significance in Ribadesella and also near Santillana del Mar, but I would recommend making reservations if you wanted to visit there.

As for architecture, we enjoy the local villages, and discovering places on our drives or walks. If you are into cities, then I think Oviedo has some lovely places, including the Santa Maria del Naranco. With 2 weeks driving, I would suggest touring for a week and then Llanes for a week; or staying 2 or 3 days in each place. I would recommend western Asturias such as Luarca as the roofs are slate not terracotta as in Eastern Asturias and it's a lovely town OR, a really beautiful village is Potes in Cantabria up in the mountains , and the drive through the gorge from there to Llanes is simply stunning.

Not too far from Potes 20 min drive?? Ahhh - I'm getting homesick for it now! If you are catching the train, then it can be slow up there. The Alsa bus service seems pretty good though and very reasonable - you could do Bilbao , then Santander , then Llanes, then Gijon Then you'd get to squeeze in the Guggenheim in Bilbao. Asturias has something for any willing traveller.

The weathers changeable but the mists are spectacular , the scenery is out of this world, the beaches are stunning, the food is delicious, and dare I say it, the tourists that do visit are travellers who want to 'experience' Spain , rather than just go for sun and booze.

A phrase book or basic words in Spanish will be helpful. Thanks for your advice that is a lot of helpful information. I am being a creature of habit and going back to Valencia this year but heading out to Gandia and Murcia while I am there. I will visit Asturias next year now and with your advice I can now get planning. Thank you very much. I'm preparing for my third trip to Asturias in the last three years. I can only tell you what I've told anyone who has asked me about visiting Asturias and that is "Don't go, it's horrible, ugly, terrible, etc.

It is so unspoiled and beautiful. The food is wonderful and the people friendly. Oviedo is magical and a very, very clean city. There's also Covadongo and the Picos of Europa or the fishing villages of Ribadesella and Cudillero where the houses are built up on the the side of the mountain.

Small towns like Pravia just south of Cudillero can provide a pleasant authentic slice of Spanish. Keen to escape the sweltering temperatures reached in cities such as Madrid and Seville, they however, choose to head north, to enjoy the beautiful coastline and pretty towns in Asturias - and few are more popular than this one. A magical medieval city, still housed within crumbling walls, with an active harbour set along beautiful waterways, fantastic beaches and top notch views from the small hill which overlooks it all.

Unlike many urban beaches, the sandy coves in the centre of Llanes are actually rather pretty, incredibly clean and perfect for an afternoon or morning in the sun.

Spend a few hours relaxing at Playa del Sablon , and then take a walk along Paseo de San Pedro , a pathway that takes you high above the city for dramatic coastal scenery and spectacular views of the Bay of Biscay. Art lovers shouldn't miss the interesting Los Cubos de Memoria.

Designed and painted by famous Basque artist Augustin Ibarrola, what should be a simple breakwater to protect the harbour has been transformed into a colourful work of art. Where to stay Hotel La Palma de Llanes is located around a 15 minute walk away from the beaches of Llanes but this is more that made up for by its stunning location with views of the mountains, a lovely outdoor pool and modern amenities.

Helps that they have doubles starting at 50 Euro a night as well! Find out more here. It is said that many of Spain's most beautiful beaches are actually found along the rugged coastline of the north, not the popular south. After seeing the wonderful stretch of sand that hugs the colourful town of Ribadesella, we can't help but agree that there's some truth in the statement. Bring a parasol and place yourself at the water's edge to while away a sunny summer's day, take a sailing class or head into town for a plate of the freshest seafood - all washed down by perfect local cider of course.

For those that enjoy a little history alongside their tan lines, take the 10 minute stroll inland from Santa Marina Beach to the Unesco World Heritage site of Cueva de Tito Bustillo to discover a veritable feast of prehistoric drawings dating back 35, years. Our pick on where to stay Old fashioned grandeur, a stunning buildings, beachside location, helpful staff and great rooms.

To find out more, click here. The north of Spain, and Asturias in particular, boasts a number of wonderful little towns.

In our eyes however, it's little Cudillero that wins the title of the most beautiful. It is a spot made for a leisurely lunch, for a slow meander along narrow streets towards the spectacular view from above. Don't miss the charming fishing harbour where you can watch boats return with the day's catch and wind-worn fishermen repairing their nets or drying their fish in the sun. Family owned and run, it is full of local charm. Follow this link for more information. Enjoy a brisk early morning walk along the coast and head up to Parque del Cerro de Santa Catalina for spectacular views over the ocean and a chance to admire the bold sculpture 'Elogio del Horizonte', before making your way back into the city to explore Plaza Mayor one of the prettiest plazas in Spain some say and the surrounding streets.

If you happen to be here on a sunny day, be sure to check out one of the most visited beaches in Asturias - San Lorenzo. Our pick on where to stay Fantastically located, excellent value for money, quirky and fun design, large rooms and helpful staff - Hotel San Miguel is definitely our pick of the bunch.

Click here to check availability and prices. Only in Oviedo for a flying visit, we're not sure we can attest to all of Woody Allen's adjectives, but it certainly ticked a few boxes! You see, if there's two things we love to discover more than anything when exploring new towns, it's an abundance of street photography opportunities and wonderful little markets.

And here, in the capital of Asturias, we found both by the bucket load. For the prettiest part of the city, make a beeline for the old town. It's a wonderful place to explore. And that's before you even enter Mercado El Fontan where fresh fish, cured meats, local produce and charming stall owners are ready to greet you and your camera. True market lovers should make sure to time their visit to Oviedo with the large outdoor market in the centre of the town, which takes place every Tuesday.

And that usually means expensive. Click here to check availability and find out more. Guarded by a troupe of curious goats, these towering cliffs provide breath-taking views over the wild Bay of Biscay and offer the beginnings of numerous hiking trails from which to explore the coast.

Spending so long in Latin America, we are well aware of the impact the good and the bad that Spanish immigrants made on culture, from Mexico to Argentina. What was so interesting in Colombres however, was discovering the impact that this made on lives right here in Asturias.

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They really care for people to feel as good as possible Show more Show less. See all 2, hotels in Asturias. Breakfast options. Budget Hotel. Beatiful gardens and nice location Show more Show less. No credit card needed. Asturian cider tasting in Villaviciosa Sample traditional cider in the Villaviciosa region of Asturias, where cider tastings take place in charming villages surrounded by orchards.

Ribadesella town Get active with world-class canoeing on the scenic River Sella, before viewing Stone Age paintings in the Tito Bustillo caves. La Ruta de las Xanas hiking route This easy 4 km trail takes in isolated mountain villages, dramatic cliffs and river beds filled with hazelnut trees.

The lakes and sanctuary of Covadonga History and scenery go hand in hand in Covadonga, home to glacial lakes and a sanctuary hidden in a cave. Scenic views from tiered coastal villages Perched on green hillsides, the pretty fishing villages of Cudillero and Lastres offer scenic views from above or below. Torimbia Beach Green mountains meet golden sand and blue-green water at this stunning horseshoe-shaped beach, which also has a popular nudist section.

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I would be staying for 7 to 14 days depending on whether I was visiting another part of Spain first? My husband and I love Asturias! It depends what type of sightseeing you would like to do.

We love Llanes in Eastern Asturias. Lovely coastal walks and beaches many with sand based rockpools safe for the kiddies at low tide. Llanes is packed with restaurants and is a lively small seaside town. From here, you could drive day trips to: Santillana del Mar in Cantabria - World Heritage Town ; visit Cangas de Onis Roman Bridge, and possibly the zoo to see the Asturian Bears then on to Covadonga to see the cathedral, and then either drive on or catch the bus in summer you have to bus up to the Lagos de Covadonga, take a picnic and walk around the mountain lakes; visit the 2 inland beaches - Cobijeru and Gulpiyuri; drive up through Posada de Llanes and take the funicular railway to Bulnes for the afternoon; visit the Ethnographic museum in Poo de Llanes There are also some caves painted of significance in Ribadesella and also near Santillana del Mar, but I would recommend making reservations if you wanted to visit there.

As for architecture, we enjoy the local villages, and discovering places on our drives or walks. If you are into cities, then I think Oviedo has some lovely places, including the Santa Maria del Naranco. With 2 weeks driving, I would suggest touring for a week and then Llanes for a week; or staying 2 or 3 days in each place.

I would recommend western Asturias such as Luarca as the roofs are slate not terracotta as in Eastern Asturias and it's a lovely town OR, a really beautiful village is Potes in Cantabria up in the mountains , and the drive through the gorge from there to Llanes is simply stunning.

Not too far from Potes 20 min drive?? Ahhh - I'm getting homesick for it now! If you are catching the train, then it can be slow up there. The Alsa bus service seems pretty good though and very reasonable - you could do Bilbao , then Santander , then Llanes, then Gijon Then you'd get to squeeze in the Guggenheim in Bilbao.

Asturias has something for any willing traveller. The weathers changeable but the mists are spectacular , the scenery is out of this world, the beaches are stunning, the food is delicious, and dare I say it, the tourists that do visit are travellers who want to 'experience' Spain , rather than just go for sun and booze.

A phrase book or basic words in Spanish will be helpful. Thanks for your advice that is a lot of helpful information. I am being a creature of habit and going back to Valencia this year but heading out to Gandia and Murcia while I am there.

I will visit Asturias next year now and with your advice I can now get planning. Thank you very much. I'm preparing for my third trip to Asturias in the last three years. Art lovers shouldn't miss the interesting Los Cubos de Memoria. Designed and painted by famous Basque artist Augustin Ibarrola, what should be a simple breakwater to protect the harbour has been transformed into a colourful work of art. Where to stay Hotel La Palma de Llanes is located around a 15 minute walk away from the beaches of Llanes but this is more that made up for by its stunning location with views of the mountains, a lovely outdoor pool and modern amenities.

Helps that they have doubles starting at 50 Euro a night as well! Find out more here. It is said that many of Spain's most beautiful beaches are actually found along the rugged coastline of the north, not the popular south. After seeing the wonderful stretch of sand that hugs the colourful town of Ribadesella, we can't help but agree that there's some truth in the statement.

Bring a parasol and place yourself at the water's edge to while away a sunny summer's day, take a sailing class or head into town for a plate of the freshest seafood - all washed down by perfect local cider of course. For those that enjoy a little history alongside their tan lines, take the 10 minute stroll inland from Santa Marina Beach to the Unesco World Heritage site of Cueva de Tito Bustillo to discover a veritable feast of prehistoric drawings dating back 35, years.

Our pick on where to stay Old fashioned grandeur, a stunning buildings, beachside location, helpful staff and great rooms. To find out more, click here. The north of Spain, and Asturias in particular, boasts a number of wonderful little towns. In our eyes however, it's little Cudillero that wins the title of the most beautiful. It is a spot made for a leisurely lunch, for a slow meander along narrow streets towards the spectacular view from above. Don't miss the charming fishing harbour where you can watch boats return with the day's catch and wind-worn fishermen repairing their nets or drying their fish in the sun.

Family owned and run, it is full of local charm. Follow this link for more information. Enjoy a brisk early morning walk along the coast and head up to Parque del Cerro de Santa Catalina for spectacular views over the ocean and a chance to admire the bold sculpture 'Elogio del Horizonte', before making your way back into the city to explore Plaza Mayor one of the prettiest plazas in Spain some say and the surrounding streets.

If you happen to be here on a sunny day, be sure to check out one of the most visited beaches in Asturias - San Lorenzo. Our pick on where to stay Fantastically located, excellent value for money, quirky and fun design, large rooms and helpful staff - Hotel San Miguel is definitely our pick of the bunch. Click here to check availability and prices. Only in Oviedo for a flying visit, we're not sure we can attest to all of Woody Allen's adjectives, but it certainly ticked a few boxes!

You see, if there's two things we love to discover more than anything when exploring new towns, it's an abundance of street photography opportunities and wonderful little markets. And here, in the capital of Asturias, we found both by the bucket load.

For the prettiest part of the city, make a beeline for the old town.

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Oh-so chic. A charming rural property perched atop a hill, with far stretching views across the gently rolling hills and azure sea. Cosy rooms are traditional in style; the best are in the attic with rustic exposed beams and sloping roofs.

Set in a glorious part of rural Spain. Country perfection. A rural Asturian farmhouse set in the rolling hills. Romantic rustic chic bedrooms with lovely fabrics and private balconies.

Traditional cuisine and local cider from the cafe, bikes to borrow, and lots of countryside fresh air. A romantic country escape with plenty of rural charm. Spacious and chic interiors with modern facilities, seating areas, and balconies overlooking the El Sueve natural reserve. Home cooked meals are served in the restaurant.

Stylish, sustainable and magical. Countryside hotel in 16th century mansion. Traditional rooms feature opulent fabrics, wooden beamed ceilings and elegant bathrooms. Garden, Chapel and ivy-clad terrace. Superb Iberian menu. Regal, peaceful and good value. A converted Asturias palace with stunning views of gardens and rolling fields. Inside, traditional interiors feature wooden beams and large fireplaces, with antique hardwood furniture and sumptuous vintage fabrics. Expect a warm welcome from your hosts at this tranquil rural haven!

A stunning seafront palacio with wonderfully contemporary interiors. Chic white rooms with L'Occitane en Provence products, the best of which have sea views. Indulgent breakfasts can be taken on the terrace.

Surrounded by some of Spain's best beaches. A unique seaside property. An elegant castle hotel overlooking the mountains in the Asturian countryside. Simple, chic suites some multi-level, with private balconies, garden or forest views, and hot tubs.

The on site restaurant dishes up excellent regional cuisine, and sleek bar serves innovative cocktails. A grand choice. Elegant rooms have a traditional feel yet are chic and contemporary.

A smart indoor pool and sauna are perfect for unwinding. Gourmet local cuisine is served up in the restaurant. Situated in stunning countryside. True luxury. Tranquil luxury hotel with breathtaking views of the Picas d'Europa and an impressive art collection. Large rooms are rustic-chic with neutral tones, in traditional farmhouse-style buildings. The garden has pretty terraces and an infinity pool, while the indulgent spa and top cuisine seals the deal!

Find me the best hotels in:. The Hotel Guru Spain Asturias. Check out. I'm flexible with dates. About Asturias Locals claim Asturias as the "real" Spain, the rest is just land which has been reconquered. What not to miss: Some of Asturias' rocky mountains are part of the dramatic Picos de Europa range, sheer rocky pillars and peaks just back from the coast.

As well as being extremely beautiful, this landscape is beloved by outdoor-sports-folk of all kinds. Asturias' unconquerable nature means the architecture is modest but ancient - much of it is pre-Romanesque. The region's capital, Oviedo is easily walkable, with an old centre which was once encircled by a stone wall - this is where most of the major sights are found.

Oviedo also has a reputation for fun, which might, or might not be linked to the region's speciality: Sidra, or apple cider. Asturias' other great speciality is cheese and there are over a hundred different kinds produced in the region, including one of the world's great blue cheeses, Cabrales. Asturias' other major cities are Gijon and Aviles , both are coastal and well worth exploring if you have time. Surrounded by nature. Situated on the outskirts of Castropol, it is a short, 7-minute walk from Penarronda Beach.

Such a gem. Ana, was a true host and very accommodating. This 1-star hotel offers a tour desk and luggage storage space. It was a very nice hotel with smoking and helpfull staff. The rooms were cleaned every day. This hotel gets our highest recommendation.

Homemade breakfast is available on request. Good breakfast and very polite and helpful owner. Beatiful gardens and nice location. Its rooms include free Wi-Fi and a TV. Great place to stay! The staff is really nice, the room and bathroom were clean and we had a good This stylish, eco-friendly property has a garden with amazing views of the Sierra del Sueve Mountains. Great hotel, very friendly and helpful staff. Located 2 km outside the village of Grado, El Lacayo de Sestiello offers apartments and rooms with views of its gardens and the surrounding mountains.

Outstanding property and property owner.. The staff at check in were friendly and Such a cute room. Spacious, for the price, and a good layout. The staff were really friendly.

Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. Just about everything. Our room overlooking the main square was delightful. The hotel has a heated pool, hot tub and sauna, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant.

We had a family room and it was perfect for our family of 4. This 2-star hotel offers a tour desk. Family owners with an eye for details and love for service. Located in Collera, 1. The staff is very friendly and welcoming and helpful. The facilities were excellent.

Popular with guests booking hotels in Asturias. Hotel Bahia , La Casona de Rales and Alesga Rural have received great reviews from travellers in Asturias regarding the views from their hotel rooms. In a valley, the capital Oviedo is an eclectic mix of architecture, great food and even greater nightlife.

With over km of coastline, Asturias has an impressive array of beaches, many sheltered by towering cliffs. One such beach is Playa del Silencio near Cudillero.

Along the coast the port of Aviles has a delightful French garden and the futuristic-looking Centro Niemeyer. Popular Llanes to the east is home to some of the best Asturias hotels, and the coastline between here and Pendueles is absolutely spectacular.

Ribadesella also has beautiful scenery where river meets sea. By a different river mouth is Luarca, a picturesque town curving around its harbour full of fishing boats bringing in excellent seafood.

Inland the scenery undulates in peaks and troughs, and beaches give way to fields where grazing animals far outweigh tourists. Here are more country houses on Booking. Great historical town centre around a quite industrial area. Lots of great restaurants serving local, Spanish and international cuisine. A good place to base yourself for a few days to explore Asturias. We used piedras Blancas as a one night stop over before starting a two week holiday in Spain.

Brilliant clean room, great supper and breakfast , staff great. This is a satisfactory accommodation with amazing views. Location good for exploring the Asturias with car. Eating out was ok but not great. There is a great Italian restaurant a few km away.

See TripAdvisor. We had a couple of requests which they did provide but said that this is Spain and our request was unusual. Their attitude was unfriendly and sharp. We asked for a kettle and a couple of hours heating in the evening. This is a pretty holiday area close to the airport of Asturias. It has camping sites, holiday apartments, hotels, bars and restaurants and a lovely sandy beach. Naveces is a great spot for visiting Aviles historical centre, for beaches along this unspoiled coastline or for heading off onto the mountains.

Great place to. Is it as there are many bars on the Asturias cider trail. Great entertainment having a cider in a bar- especially when the bar staff all wear wellies! Excellent food. Beautiful countryside views and friendly people.

Asturias legumes are the best ever. The most I like in Oviedo is the nightlife, good asturian food and a beautiful view to green hills and mountains and of course an historical part of the city.

There are so many things to do and explore in Oviedo and in Asturias. I loved this place. Definitely recommend it to visit! A fabulous seaside town in Asturias.

Great walking, beach, sailing and food and drink. A perfect place to spend a couple of nights from or to the ferry at Santander. Scenery is amazing with the ocean and the mountains. Gijon is quite a big town and in some parts very old. The beach is beautiful would think surfing could be on the cards. Bit of a devil to drive around lots of one way systems, but plenty of restaurants or sideria selling the Asturias sider, lovely.

Will certainly be back. Hotel Babu was a lovely, stylish small and quiet hotel with very welcoming and accommodating staff. The family rooms were two large interconnecting rooms with very comfortable beds and black out blinds. The owner was very kind and went to extra lengths to organise an evening meal for us.

The breakfast was very good also. This is a great part of Asturias with so much to do in both the coast and the mountains and Hotel Babu makes a great base. I had an issue when i was in Asturias Airport, i forgot my mobile in the taxi.

I inform the staff in the reception of my hotel, were David and his colleague but i didn't have expectation to find it. The receptionists by their initiative they looking for my mobile in taxi group and they find the taxi driver and my mobile. Apartment was very clean with a comfortable bed and great shower. Mountain views from balcony were exceptional. Hosts were extremely friendly and generous with Asturias Sidra and the impressive Queimada.

Town of Villaviciosa is a short drive with shops, good restaurants Lena recommended and Sidreria's. Fabulous beach of Playa de Rodiles about 10km away. This Hotel is perfectly situated in this beautiful Village its at the top so you can meander down into the Village for walks right beside the Iconic Bridge with the Asturias Cross hanging from it. The Hotel is very clean staff very efficient rooms comfortable breakfast is continental and there is plenty to choose from overall great experience.

This is the most wonderful location. A newly built house in local style with what must be the best view in Spain, over the Picos de Europa and the surrounding area. The host, Jose Antonio, was so kind and friendly and gave us lots of ideas for places to visit.

If you're looking for a place to stay in Asturias, this is it! We really liked the friendliness of the staff, also very helpful and professional. The hotel is nice and is perfectly located to discover Picos de Europa and the beautiful coastline of Asturias.

Some fun activities for all the family can be booked at the hotel. Good restaurants at walking distance. Great location near the train station and a short walk from the bus. We got the bus from Asturias airport and stayed here for one night - it was a perfect hotel to get your head down. Also there is a Europcar opposite for your onward journey and plenty of bars and restaurants nearby. Very convenient for restaurants and city centre, would certainly stay again.

The city is well worth a visit. If not, just contact us and we will be more than happy to send you some beautiful places to stay to choose from in Asturias. Lovers of wild nature are sure to enjoy Asturias, replete as it is with some of the most beautiful landscapes and scenery, including the magnificent Picos de Europa. This is trekking, climbing and caving country par excellence. It is also worth noting that Asturias has a strong pre-historic heritage. The local seaside resorts also provide fine beaches.

Well-known and traditional dishes include 'la fabada' a large bean stew , perhaps the best-known and traditional dish in the Asturias. Fresh water fish, including trout and salmon, are plentiful from spring onwards. Look out for Cabrales, Gamonedo, and Los Beyos etc.

All this fine food can be washed down with some excellent the excellent local cider; undoubtedly some of the finest in Spain, and to be found in plentiful supply throughout the regions many popular festivities.

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