With its unusual caves, picturesque landscapes, and traditional cuisine, it is no wonder people travelling through Asturias fall in love with the area. This rocky paradise provides an opportunity to get closer not only to traditional ways of life but also to nature, and is definitely worth getting to know.
Surface area : 10.6 km2
Population : 1077000 inhabitants
It is definitely worth trying out the local products of the region.
Asturian cuisine has an especially good reputation because of the variety and quality of the ingredients it uses. Traditional Asturian recipes include Fabada (haricot beans with bacon), Crema d'Andariques (cream of crab soup), Cebolles Rellenos (a kind of stuffed onion), and countless cheeses, as well as cider to wash down your meal.
If you want to really get into nature and escape from the areas overflowing with crowds of tourists, Asturias is without a doubt the perfect destination. Its wild landscapes, refined cuisine, and the particularities of its villages are sure to make an impression on you. The beaches of Colunga and Somiedo Natural Park are just two of the beautiful places where you can relax.