The East of Asturias is one of the most visited places of the Principality. Culture, nature, art, gas-tronomy and athletics go hand in hand in a unique environment that preserves all traditions with the comfort of the new times. From the Picos de Europa to the nearby beaches, the East of Asturias is a must to visit in all seasons.
0km – Cangas de Onís
Seen from any corner of the Hotel La Cepasa, the village of Cangas de Onís was capital of the Kingdom of Asturias until 774 and was official residence of the King Don Pelayo. Through its pictu-resque streets, you can admire some historical remains like the The famous Roman Bridge.
10km Covadonga Sanctuary
Covadonga Sanctuary is the cave in the foothills of Mount Auseva that houses Santina, the Virgin of Covadonga, patroness of Asturias. It is a must visit for anyone staying in our land and a privile-ged place for those who fulfill their dream of getting married in the Basilica of Santa Maria la Real de Covadonga.
25km Ribadesella, Beaches
Ribadesella is one of the most beautiful villages of the Asturian coast. Famous all over the world for the International Descent of the Sella, it is the ideal place if you are looking for beach, water sports, surfing and relaxing by the sea.
35km – Picos de Europa
The National Park of the Picos de Europa is located in the Cantabrian Mountains, within the boun-daries of three autonomous communities Asturias, Leon and Cantabria. The highest summit of the Cantabrian Mountains lies in this parade where the legendary history of Asturias took place. Its routes, like the famous Route of the Cares, are the dream of all nature lovers.