If you visit Asturias you can’t miss the North | Spain

Asturias is a green region in the very North of Spain. It’s famous for the ecological tourism you can make there, where you can feel one with nature: the rainy weather cleans the pollution of the air and fills the landscape with plants, the coastal villages haven’t lost their characteristic tradition of know-how and some wild beaches await for you to be discovered in all an adventure!

Cabo Penas

Cabo Penas

Cabo Penas Lighthouse

Cabo Penas Lighthouse

But what places this natural paradise in the North is a peak in the map, more concretely a cape: Cabo Peñas. Here you can admire the furious waves of the Cantabric sea breaking on the cliff, and the big lighthouse illuminating the way for any lost ship that still nowadays has lost its North. If this amazing view wakes your appetite up, you have a restaurant with a large terrace that only serves good quality seafood and the most typical drink in Asturias, cold cider!

Cantabrian Sea

Cantabrian Sea

Cantabrian Sea Waves

Cantabrian Sea Waves

When you are sure the fusion with this salty nature has been completed, you can go back and spend the night in the starry fields around the villages or take a bus to the capital, Oviedo, to sleep in a comfortable hotel if the night freshens up. Your biological clock will be on time again with the chirrup of tge birds and far away from the confusing neon of those big cities.

Oviedo Panoramic

Oviedo Panoramic

Asturias photos: Fernando Peon, Mateo, Jose ramon irusta, Eduardo Arostegui.

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Categories: Seas and Oceans, What to See, Where and When

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