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5 most visited areas of Asturias

5 most visited areas of Asturias

Asturias, officially the Principality of Asturias, is an autonomous community in north-west Spain. It is coextensive with the province of Asturias, and contains some of the territory that was part of the larger Kingdom of Asturias in the Middle Ages. Divided into eight comarcas (counties), the autonomous community of Asturias is bordered by Cantabria to the east, by Castile and León to the south, by Galicia to the west, and by the Bay of Biscay to the north.

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Avilés

About the city

Avilés is a port city in the province of Asturias. The historic quarter of Avilés has been declared a Historic-Artistic Site, since it houses significant gems of civil and religious architecture. Some of the main attractions are the pedestrian streets of Galiana and Rivero, Plaza de España with its City Hall, the old church of Sabugo, from the 13th century, and the modern Santo Tomás de Canterbury.

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URH Hotel Zen Balagares

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  • At 2.9 km from the center
  • Avenida de los balagares, 34, Corvera de asturias 33404
Located in Corvera de Asturias, URH Hotel Zen Balagares is within a 10-minute drive of Trasona Reservoir Park and Oscar Niemeyer Cultural Centre. This 4-star hotel is 10 mi (16.1 km) from Salinas Beach and 11 mi (17.7 km) from Maritime Museum of Ast...
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Perlora
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Perlora

About the city

Perlora is a city in the municipality of Carreño, in Asturias. In Perlora tourists can enjoy the sights of the sea, and at the same time, the beautiful landscape of the mountains of the province of Asturias. If you want to experience a relaxing tourism, Perlora is the perfect destination.

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El Môderne Hotel Urban & Unique

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  • At 7.7 km from the center
  • C/ marqués de san esteban, 27, Gijón 33206
With a stay at El Môderne Hotel Urban & Unique in Gijon (Gijon City Centre), you'll be within a 10-minute walk of San Lorenzo Beach and Las letronas de Gijón. This 4-star hotel is 6 mi (9.6 km) from Bay of Biscay and 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Talasoponie...
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Perlora
Gijon
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Gijon

About the city

Gijon is a coastal city in Asturias province in northwest Spain. Gijon is a dynamic and lively city where visitors can enjoy numerous parks, sports facilities, restored and protected historical and artistic heritage. As one of the region’s most important cities, Gijon hosts fairs, conventions, concerts and major cultural and sporting events. The Old Town is near the City Hall Square, and it covers several areas. In Marques Square is the statue of King Pelayo and the elegant Revillagigedo Palace. This square is a perfect spot to enjoy a drink in one of its many bars and clubs. Cimadevilla is the old fishermen’s quarter. It is full of small houses, painted with brilliant colours, and full of typical cider bars and night clubs. Straight on from Cimadevilla´s streets, we´ll reach the top of Santa Catalina Highlands, where visitors can enjoy beautiful views of the city and port. Here, you can also find one of the most important monuments in Gijon, an Eduardo Chillida’s Sculpture called "Elogio del Horizonte". Gijon has remains from Roman settlements such as The Campo Valdés baths, dating back to the 1st century AD, which are the largest preserved Roman Baths in Spain. A famous holiday resort among Spaniards, Gijon offers a vibrant nightlife and cultural scene as well as good beaches.

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Hotel City House Pathos Gijon

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  • At 3.2 km from the center
  • Calle de santa elena, 6, Gijón 33201
A central hotel in Gijon. This modern and complete establishment offers all the necessary attention to enjoy your stay in Gijón. The City House Pathos Hotel has a privileged location, it is located in the heart of Gijón, next to the magnificent beach...
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Gijon
Cangas de Onís
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Cangas de Onís

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Cangas de Onís is a municipality in the eastern part of the province and autonomous community of Asturias. Cangas de Onís, capital of the area of the same name, sits in the valley formed by the rivers Sella and Güeña. The most representative feature of the town is its Roman Bridge, declared to be a Historic-Artistic Site in 1931. Cangas de Onis has historic, scenic and adventure tourist appeal for different reasons. It lies in very close proximity to the popular tourist village of Cavadonga, the scene of an historic battle, as well as being on the edge of the Picos de Europa Mountains. It also has the town of Arriondas, an adventure sports center, just a few kilometers down the road. If you are planning a holiday in Asturias with a focus on the region's natural beauty, walking, canoeing, climbing, or simply relaxing in the heart of green Spain, then Cangas de Onís and the villages around it are ideally where you want to stay.

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Hotel La Cepada

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  • At 0.9 km from the center
  • Avenida contranquil, s/n, Cangas de onis 33550
Located in Cangas de Onis, Hotel La Cepada is in the mountains, within a 15-minute walk of Capilla de Santa Cruz and Church of Santa Cruz. This 4-star hotel is 16.7 mi (26.8 km) from Lakes of Covadonga and 22.1 mi (35.6 km) from Bay of Biscay. Take...
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Oviedo
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Oviedo

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Oviedo is a cathedral city, capital of Principality of Asturias, in Northern Spain. It is indeed an old city, but with the commodities of any modern city. The architecture of Oviedo is charming and attractive, but the city is best known for its delicious Asturian food. Oviedo is today a city with a remarkable international projection through the Prince of Asturias Awards, presented annually at the Campoamor Theatre, and the International Campus, attended by personalities of the highest global relevance. The old part of Oviedo is called the Casco Antiguo. Wander along cobbled streets admiring its beautifully restored buildings and squares. Located in the centre of Oviedo's old quarter, Plaza de la Constitucion, along with Cathedral Square, is the most central and important square in the city of Oviedo. The square includes the City Hall and the Church of San Isidoro Real, located in the west end of the Plaza. Nearby we have the equally important, Plaza de la Catedral, Cathedral Square. Its highlights are the Gothic Cathedral of Oviedo, the Jardín de los Reyes Caudillos with statues of the Kings of Asturias and the baroque Palace Valdecarzana and Heredia. We can also see the statue of Ana Ozores, a main character of Clarin’s novel The Regent's Wife. Oviedo is proud of its past but it is also is also home to modern industry and commerce. Sleek shopping boutiques selling expensive clothing, handbags and shoes and other high quality items line the city streets. Oviedo has its own stadium, as well as theatres, art galleries, and a university. Public parks and fountains also dot the city and give the locals haven from the hustle and bustle of city life. Oviedo is a fine city where old and new not only coexists, but flourishes together.

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Exe El Magistral

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  • At 0.4 km from the center
  • Jovellanos, 3, Oviedo 33003
The Hotel Exe El Magistral is a modern hotel whose purpose is to offer quality and comfort. It is the first hotel in Asturias that has received the Q Award for Tourism Quality and Principe de Asturias for Tourism Excellence. The hotel is just a few m...
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5 most visited areas of Asturias
5 most visited areas of Asturias