The Los Oscos region is full of rivers and waterways that have influenced the formation of the landscape, which is characterised by its lush vegetation and various spectacular sights (roads, gorges, rainforests, mountains, waterfalls, etc.). It also boasts a great variety of animal life, including otters, all kinds of birds, native mammals, etc. So that you can really see this nature at its best, many of the villages have a large number of paths among which you can choose a route that matches your preferences and physical condition. These landscapes are accompanied by a rich cultural and traditional heritage. From the numerous traditional buildings, like granaries (traditional raised Asturian outhouses), mills, old rural schools, etc., and religious buildings, like churches and hermitages hidden away in the most unexpected places, to the region's typical villages, some of which are still inhabited while others are now deserted. All of these landscapes put together make it possible for humans to blend right in with nature. Finally, to round it all off, there are many sites of ethnographical interest where you can learn about the traditional ways of life of Los Oscos, discover the local arts and crafts, and sample the cuisine of this very particular part of Asturias.