The Asturian region of Los Oscos has a number of attractions, from its traditional cultural heritage to its rural villages, not to mention the lush natural surroundings. It features many waterways (rivers, waterfalls, etc.) that enable its abundant plant life to thrive in the form of dense forests, which provide a home to many different species. These animals include wild boars, roe deer, stags, fallow deer, chamois, wolves, foxes, badgers, squirrels, hedgehogs, wild cats, weasels, and several species of snakes, other reptiles, and amphibians. With a bit of luck and patience, you might even see a few of the otters that inhabit the shores of the lakes, even though they are an endangered species. If you are really lucky, you might possibly see the odd bear. The area also has lots of paths that nature lovers are sure to appreciate. However, the flora, fauna and landscapes of Los Oscos are not the only attractions of the region. You can also marvel at the unique style of the villages, shielded from external influence by the geographical features of the land, which have allowed ancient trades and crafts to last to the present day.