The Most Beautiful Villages in Asturias


Luarca, known as "white village of costa verde",
Luarca, known as the “White City of Costa Verde”.Photos: Shutterstock
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Asturias accumulates beauty in every square kilometer. Its mountains, beaches, valleys and cliffs hide hundreds of secrets, and choosing an enclave means making many others stand out in unparalleled beauty. Nevertheless, we dare to highlight Seven with a special charm in a community that takes special care of its uniqueness, as demonstrated by the award. princely cityWith which the Princess of Asturias Foundation awards every year those who stand out for protecting their rural or ecological environment, their historical, cultural or artistic heritage or the performance of charitable works.


By the beginning of the 21st century, Bulnes could only be reached by winding u channel, With unevenness over 400 meters. Currently, this parish of 56 square kilometers with about thirty registered people transfers the visitor between El Castillo (or Bulnes de Arriba) and La Vila (Bulnes de Abajo). located in full Central Massif of Picos de EuropaThe views are spectacular, with a few stone houses dotted along its rocky streets giving the whole postcard atmosphere.


The fishing village on the shores of the Cantabrian Sea that captivated Carlos V After landing there in 1517 to capture the Spanish crown, it retains much of its history and tradition. In fact, this historic event is celebrated every year with its historical entertainments and with organizing various activities around the daily life of this fishing village. its panoramic view Villavicosa’s Ra Along with fish auctions or roast spider crabs and sardines, they continue to dazzle as a show of respect for the art of fishing. Its dinosaur route has also become a big attraction.


Its rural architecture is in its h. is famous forCentenary Rios and their bread baskets with carvings, The chapel of Nuestra Seora de la Cienra, the home of La Mira and the hermitage and church of San Martín el Real are a must. However, if possible, it is recommended to coincide with one of its traditional ceremonies, which are so well preserved in the case of bonfire of san juan or procession of ramosiConsidered the largest in Asturias, the last Sunday in August has been organized by the Brotherhood of Virgen del Carmen since the 18th century.


Dedicated to whaling in the past, it would be the setting for the television series Dr. Mathew He recognized it as something its nearly 2,000 inhabitants were still digesting. view of san roqueHistoric Center, Church of Santa Maria de Sabada and bell tower They are some of the most visited and photographed places, but the truth is that the entire fishing village, with its narrow cobbled streets and its mansions, palaces and fishermen’s houses, has a special charm.


Climbing the hill the image of its multicolored houses has become One of the most representative of Asturias, Officially considered one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, its streets are a breath of the sea. preserve traditions such as curadillo (a dish invented by sailors of the past, when they left small fish at the door of their homes to dehydrate for months) or Pixon or Pixueton (A name of alleged Viking origin with which called monkfish, which can be ordered grilled, cider, fried with mushrooms or beans).


A medieval tower (Villademoros), a green pyramid (Fonte Baixa), a castle in the sea (Portizuelo), a table with history (seafarers and navigators table), a Nobel Prize (severo ochoa)… the tourist has to cross one of the seven bridges that cross the Kali River.white village of costa verde“, a place with a rich historical and cultural heritage surrounded by impressive gorges and evocative beaches such as Turan, Los Molinos, Santa Ana, Sabugo or Campecho.

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Strongly linked to the fishing and canning industry, its fishing port and marina continue to attract visitors of all kinds. On the pier keep the sound of the terrace and restaurant Seagull as a soundtrackMoored Fleet, with views of the island’s lighthouse and 19th century dyke Fernando Fernandez-Casarigo, Marquis of Casariego. San Blas is its oldest area, while the San Sebastian neighborhood maintains its maritime essence. walk around guard And it is also necessary to consider the Bay of Biscay from the point of view of Os Cais.

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