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Asturias is known as “The Natural Paradise of Spain” and the best way to discover the region is by walking its beautiful coast, valleys and mountains.

The Principality of Asturias is a unique destination for those who love trekking, both for the ammount and quality of the Routes and the wide variety of them. There are more than 5000 kilometres of trekking routes for all kind of levels, from the beginners to the more experienced ones.

Many people call Asturias “Little Switzerland” due to the magnificent landscapes and the orography with more than 40% of the region  considered as “Natural Protected Space and UNESCO Biosphere Reseve”



 DAY 1       Airport – Cangas de Onís

Pick up the rental car at the airport of Asturias or Santander and check in at the Hotel in Cangas de Onís.

 DAY 2  Cares Route

Transfer to the Route (In/Out). This Route has 11 kilometres and it was used to link the towns of Cain and Poncebos. It is a gorge with impressive views to the Picos de Europa.

 DAY 3 Route of Cheese and Cider

This is a guided Route in the Picos de Europa. It is a unique experience where you can visit cheese caves and cider production houses.

 DAY 4 Covadonga Lakes Route 

The Covadonga Lakes and the Mountains around them were declared in 1918 the first National Park in Spain. There are two lakes, Enol and Ercina with amazing views to the majestic mountains around them.

 DAY 5 Llanes

You will move your destination to the coast of Asturias where you will have your accommodation in the beautiful village of Llanes. During the way you will have a stopover to take lunch in the fishing village or Ribadesella and visit the Tito Bustillo Caves, one of the most significant places in the World to admire their Paleolithic Cave Paintings.

 DAY 6 Stage of the Coastal Route of the Camino de Santiago

Transfer to the Route (In/Out). You can choose between different Stages:

  • Llanes – Ribadesella (31.400 km)
  • Llanes – Gulpiyuri Beach – Naves, finishing with an Espicha (Traditional Asturian Food with cider – 15 €/persona) (13.000 km)
  • Ribadesella – Colunga (20.200 km)
 DAY 7       Forest Route

You can choose between:

  • Route of the Colours of the Dark Valley (13 km)
  • Route of the Enchanted Walk (9 km)
  • If you prefer a more difficult one you can the Route of the Viango Valley (14 km), where you will enjoy some of the best views of Llanes.
DAY 8       Llanes – Airport

Check out, deliver the car at the airport and end of our services.


  • Accommodation in a double room, including breakfast.
  • Rental Car.
  • Transfers:
    • Cares Route.
    • Stage of the Camino de Santiago.
  • Accident and Travel Insurance.
  • Ticket to visit the Cheese Caves.
  • Ticket to visit the Tito Bustillo Caves.
  • Excursions with picnic pack included
  • Telephone Assistance during the whole trip.



From 850 € per person



If you want more information contact Where is Asturias at info@whereisasturias.com