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Alison K wrote a review Jul 2019
Farnham17 contributions4 helpful votes
We walked up from Poncebos and were recommended this place by other walkers. You could take the funicular and walk the last hill through the village. Lovely plate of local cheese with friendly service. But it is the view down the valley from the terrace which is spectacular.
Date of experience: July 2019
RajiMyths wrote a review May 2018
Fakenham, United Kingdom54 contributions25 helpful votes
If you climb up here and, like me, find yourself alone to soak up the magnificent scenery, you will be very well rewarded. Stunning. Just me, a couple of pretty little finches and the sound of rushing water. Take a picnic and linger. Magic!
Date of experience: May 2018
Roland L wrote a review Aug 2017
30 contributions12 helpful votes
Do the walk Poncebos to Bulnes and add this 10 minutes to it. Choose a good clear day and wear sensible shoes or sports shoes. Go early in the am an you can park easily, do the whole thing and still have time for a late lunch somewhere.
Date of experience: August 2017
SkyDK wrote a review Jul 2017
Stow-on-the-Wold, United Kingdom369 contributions142 helpful votes
This spot is a short walk uphill from Bulnes. It offers a nice view over the lower valley and the townships below. You will need a good pair of shoes or boots to go here. Can be hiked in a bout + 1 hour from Poncebos or 15 mins from the Funicular.
Date of experience: July 2017
Eliza2B wrote a review Oct 2016
New South Wales, Australia150 contributions48 helpful votes
A great stopover place just outside of Poo de Cabrales to view the spectacular Picos range on a clear day. There's a sign board identifying all the highest peaks.
Date of experience: October 2016