Articles about Asturias


Q&A : Travel to Asturias

Asturias is an autonomous region in the north of Spain, bordered by the Cantabrian Sea.

Asturias can be visited all year round, but spring and summer are particularly good times to enjoy the green countryside and beaches.

Asturias has a wealth of natural sites, beaches, mountains and charming towns. Oviedo, the capital, Picos de Europa, and the coast with towns like Gijón and Llanes are among the must-sees.

Yes, Asturias offers a variety of activities for all the family, from mountain walks to beach days, museums and children’s attractions.

Although public transport is available, we recommend that you hire a car to explore the region freely and get to the less accessible sites.

Asturias is famous for its cider, known as “sidra”, and for dishes such as “fabada asturiana”, a hearty bean-based stew.

Asturias offers a range of options to suit all budgets. In general, it is an affordable destination compared to other tourist regions in Spain.

Absolutely! Asturias offers a multitude of hiking trails, particularly in Picos de Europa, suitable for all levels.

Asturias hosts many festivals throughout the year, including cider celebrations, traditional fiestas and cultural events. We recommend checking the local calendar when planning your visit.