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Get closer to nature during a holiday in Asturias, and discover this beautiful region of Spain. Our holiday homes are located between mountains and valleys, with a beautiful view of the surroundings. From detached, authentic holiday homes, to rural flats in traditional style. Choose your ideal holiday home now from our selection of holiday homes in Asturias!

The coast of Asturias

During your holiday in Asturias, you can enjoy sun, sea and lovely sandy beaches. The coastal region is characterised by its many cosy fishing ports, such as the port of Llanes, where you will find some beautiful beaches.You will discover several beautiful small bays where you can enjoy a quiet environment in the Costa Verde. Asturias is the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday. Whether you choose a romantic weekend for two, or an active holiday with the whole family. With the many possibilities of the Asturian coast, this region offers something for everyone. A holiday in Asturias becomes truly unforgettable when you stay in a Belvilla holiday home by the sea.

The attractions of Gijón and Ovieda

Visit Gijón during your holiday in Asturias, and discover the Roman remains that characterize this city.Gijón is a historic fishing town, situated on a peninsula consisting of picturesque alleys and squares. The most beautiful sights are in the fishing district of Cimedevilla, for example the sculpture 'Elogio del Horizonte' by Eduardo ChilIida. This 'ode to the horizon' is known as the tourist symbol of Gijón. Other attractions include the church of San Juan Bautista, and the church of San Pedro. Art lovers can enjoy the numerous museums, like the museum of Barjola, an old palace that consists of two buildings decorated with the works of art of Juan Barjola.Those looking for peace and quiet can enjoy a leisurely stroll through the harbour or along the beautiful beach in this city.

The cultural city of Oviedo lies central in Asturias. Various walking routes take you past beautiful churches, cathedrals and the Arqueoloico Museum.Or discover the history of this region by visiting the many charming fishing villages along the coast from your holiday home in Asturias.

Enjoy nature to the fullest during a holiday in Asturias

Look out over the beauty of nature from your holiday home in Asturias. Asturias is characterized by impressive mountains, river valleys, rolling meadows and an impressive forest area, with fine sandy beaches, steep cliffs and protected fishing ports on the coast.Asturias is separated from Castile-Leon by the Cordillera Cantábrica mountain range. You will discover the gorge Garganta del Río Cares, with one of the most beautiful hiking trails in Spain in this area! The route will take you across several bridges, past bustling waterfalls, deep gorges, and narrow rivers, and will give you a wonderful view over the valley. You will find the most beautiful flora and fauna in Asturias. Otters, eagles, wolves and even brown bears can be found in the mountainous Parque Natural de Somieda!Experience unspoilt nature in the Parque Natural de Redes, a rugged, mountainous natural park through which the river Nalón flows. Your holiday home in Asturias is perfect for a trip through nature.

From your holiday home, on the road in Asturias

A holiday in Asturias is one full of discoveries. The five Celtic settlements in the valley of the river Navia are very special. The settlement of Castro de Coaña in particular, in the north of the region, is well worth a visit. In the northeast of Asturias lies Llanes, an old fishing port where the historical atmosphere can still be felt. Near this village, on the coast, are some special caves and subterranean connections. These cause geysers of sea water due to the wild surf. History has also left behind many impressive buildings, such as the Romanesque church of San Salvador near the village of Priesca, and the bridge at Los Gallegos, which dates back to the Middle Ages. In addition to these sights, Asturias also offers various activities. The mountainous landscape is ideal for mountain biking, mountain climbing and hiking. The various rivers offer opportunities for canoeing and fishing. Of course, at sea, you can also practice various water sports. Quickly choose from our selection of holiday homes in Asturias and discover the possibilities!

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Holiday in Asturia - FAQs
What are the most important places to visit in Asturia?

Sidra Crespo Cider House, Llanes, Los Cubos de Memoria, and Ribadesella are some places that you must visit in Asturia. 

Any activities that I must include during my stay in Asturia?

Some of the must-try activities in Asturia are: 

  • Try Spanish Cider
  • Explore the Spanish coastline 
  • Swim in the sea
  • Visit museums
What are the recommended dishes in Asturia?

Some of the recommended dishes in Asturia are Fabada Asturiana (Asturian Bean and Sausage Casserole), Caldereta (Fish Stew), Salmón a la Ribereña (Salmon with Cider), Carne Gobernada (beef in white wine) 

When is the ideal time to visit Asturia?

The best time to visit Asturia is from June to September.

If I’m coming from the UK, what are my options?

Travellers from the UK can reach Oviedo by air, rail or road. From there, Asturias is just a short taxi ride away.