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Playa de Torimbia (Nueva de Llanes)
Ranked #1 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Beaches
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Lake Covadonga (Cangas de Onis)
Ranked #2 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #3 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: National Parks
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Ranked #4 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Mountains
Owner description: Carved into 3 distinct ranges by 2 rivers, these mountains in Northern Spain contain one of the most famous walks in the... more » Owner description: Carved into 3 distinct ranges by 2 rivers, these mountains in Northern Spain contain one of the most famous walks in the country. « less
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Ranked #5 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Observation Decks/ Towers
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Cabo Vidio (Cudillero)
Ranked #6 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #7 of 169 attractions in Asturias

Santa Maria del Naranco The Naranco hill is located about 3 km from the center of Oviedo and holds two Pre-Romanesque buildings of interest. One can take a taxi to go up the very... more »

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Parque Natural Somiedo (Pola de Somiedo)
Ranked #8 of 169 attractions in Asturias
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Playa del Silencio (Castaneras)
Ranked #9 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #10 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Religious Sites

San Miguel de Lillo San Miguel de Lillo is a church was built by King Ramiro I in 842 A.D. and it is a Unesco Patrimony of Humanity site. It is located a little way up the hill... more »

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Ranked #11 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #12 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Ranked #13 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Gardens
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Cuevona de Cuevas (Ribadesella)
Ranked #14 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Geologic Formations
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Puente Romano (Cangas de Onis)
Ranked #15 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Bridges

Puente Romano The Puente Romano (Roman Bridge) is a bridge that crosses the Sella River. The natives call the bridge El Puenton. It was not built during Roman times but built in... more »

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Playa de Poo (Poo de Llanes)
Ranked #16 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #17 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Historic Sites
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Centro BTT Valles del Oso (Villanueva De Santo Adriano)
Ranked #18 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Biking Trails
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Ranked #19 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Ranked #20 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Parks
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El Cuelebre (Pola de Somiedo)
Ranked #21 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Exclusive Spanish school in the mountains of Somiedo Natural Park, Asturias, Spain.
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Ranked #22 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Ancient Ruins; Architectural Buildings; Historic Walking Areas
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Ranked #23 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #24 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: National Parks; Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #25 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #26 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Beaches
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Monte Naranco (Oviedo)
Ranked #27 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Mountains
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Ranked #28 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Architectural Buildings; Convention Centers
Owner description: Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura es el resultado de un proyecto de transformacion que el Gobierno del Principado de Asturias... more » Owner description: Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura es el resultado de un proyecto de transformacion que el Gobierno del Principado de Asturias acometio en 2001 con el fin de dar nueva vida al edificio de la antigua Universidad Laboral de Gijon.El proyecto vio la luz en marzo de 2007: nacia Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura, una ciudad cultural del siglo XXI, abierta plural, en la que hay espacio para todo tipo de espectaculos y propuestas de ocio.La sede de Radiotelevision del Principado de Asturias en el antiguo Convento de las Clarisas, LABoral Centro de Arte y Creacion Industrial, el Centro Integrado de Formacion Profesional, el Patio Corintio que alberga la Tienda, la Torre, la Escuela de Arte Dramatico y Profesional de Danza, la Iglesia, el Cafe, el Teatro, el Paraninfo y la Facultad de Comercio, Turismo y Ciencias Sociales "Jovellanos", son algunos de los espacios que tienen su sede en la Ciudad de la Cultura.La tarea de recuperacion del monumental edificio con nuevos usos relacionados con la cultura, la formacion y la creacion, aun esta en marcha, en un apasionante proceso que no cesa y en el que nuevos espacios se iran sumando de forma paulatina hasta completar una ciudad singular.Laboral City of Culture is the result of a transformation project the Government of the Principality of Asturias undertook in 2001 in order to give new life to the building of the old Laboral University of Gijon.The project became a reality in March 2007: it was the birth of La Laboral City of Culture, an open and plural 21st Century cultural city, offering space for all kinds of shows and leisure proposals.The headquarters of the Principality of Asturias Broadcasting Corporation in the old Convent of Clarissa nuns, LABoral Art and Industrial Creation Centre, the Integrated Professional Training Centre, the Corinthian Patio housing the Shop, the Tower, the College of Dramatic Art and Professional Dance, the Church, the Cafe, the Theatre, the Auditorium and the Jovellanos University College, are some of the spaces with their headquarters in the City of Culture.The task of recovering the monumental building with new uses related to culture, training and creation, is still underway in a thrilling non-stop process, which will gradually add new spaces up until the completion of this singular city. « less
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Ranked #29 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Museums
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Tazones (Villaviciosa)
Ranked #30 of 169 attractions in Asturias
Category: Historic Sites
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