Manolo, the owner of Hotel Torre de Villademoros looks forward to welcome you to Costa Verde
The journey along the Costa Verde begins in the west of Asturias, with picturesque towns of unique charm such as Castropol, with its beautiful urban quarter and wonderful views over the Eo estuary, Tapia de Casariego, Viavelez, Navia and Puerto de Vega. The next destination is Luarca, a traditional fishing port with a lighthouse and beautiful cemetery overlooking the cliffs. Another fishing town is Cudillero, with its colourful hamlet sat on the side of a mountain. The industrial town of Avilés provides travellers with a pedestrian urban centre looked down on by the old church of Sabugo (13th century) and, on the other side of the cape of Peñas, the fishing centres of Luanco and Candás. Slightly inland is the city of Gijón, with its ancient quarter made up of the Santa Catalina hill and the neighbourhood known as Cimadevilla. The eastern coast of Asturias is an invitation to visit its long beaches through historic localities such as Ribadesella and Llanes and fishing villages such as Lastres or Tazones. All of this accompanied by examples of American emigrant architecture as can be seen in Colombres.
How to Get There
By road: The A8 runs along the coast of Asturias and Asturias A-66 communicates with Castilla.
By plane: Airport of Asturias 40 km From Hotel Torre de Villademoros
By train: RENFE to Oviedo, Gijónand Avilés. FEVE along the coast of Asturias
Costa Verde weather forecast
|Gijón, España||56°F few clouds|
Wind 9 mph, W
Pressure 761.31 mmHg
Places to go
Trip to the fishing village of Cudillero in Asturias, Northern Spain.
TO SEE: Fishing village
TO DO: Take a stroll through the village.
RECOMMEND: Driving towards Cudillero you might like to stop at the Vidio cape, or ascent towards any of the ‘Brañas Vaqueiras’ grasslands to enjoy breathtaking views to the coastal plateau between the capes of Busto and Vidio.
Trip to the village of Luarca located in Asturias, Northern Spain.
TO SEE: Fishing village
TO DO: Take a stroll to the port and through the small fishing neighbourhoods. Have dinner tasting a traditional dish.
Trip to the ethnographic set Os Teixois in Taramundi, Asturias, Nothern Spain.
TO SEE: Ethnographic site of Os Teixois
TO DO: Explore the operation of mills, forges, etc. using water as the driving force of the river.
Celtic Forts in the Basin of the Navia River
Trip to the basin of the Navia river visiting some Celtic forts in Asturias, Northern Spain.
TO SEE: Celtic forts such as those of Coaña, Pendía, Chao San Martín
TO DO: For archeology fans there are several Celtic forts to visit. One of the most interesting is maybe the one of Coaña since it is almost entirely excavated and has an information center explaining the secrets of life in former ages.
RECOMMEND: The fort (‘castro’) of Coaña.
Route to the Esva valley in the region of Asturias, Spain.
TO SEE: The Esva Valley has been declared a protected landscape within the management plan of natural resources of Asturias.
TO DO: Hiking tours such as the route through the ravines of the Esva river or through the ‘Brañas Vaqueiras’ grasslands near the Paredes valley.
Somiedo Nature Reserve
Trip to the Somiedo Nature Reserve in Asturias, Northern Spain.
TO SEE: One of the most beautiful mountainous areas of Asturias, covered by large forests and home to the important bear population of the Cantabrian Mountains.
Tour to Cadavedo and La Regalina Vantage Point
Hiking tour to the village of Cadavedo and the La Regalina vantage point in Asturias, Northern Spain.
Next to the hotel there is a small path leading down to the woods. It crosses a small brook and ascends to the village of Cadavedo. Once there walk across the village and head towards La Regalina, a vantage point above the beach of Cadavedo that offers breathtaking views to the coastline and up to Cape Vidio. You can return on the other side of the village where there are some buildings of Indian architecture as well as typical houses of a mainly agricultural area.
Walk from the Village of Villademoros to the Beach of Quintana
Round-walk from the village of Villademoros to the beach of Quintana, Asturias.
From Villademoros you can walk down to the beach of Quintana which is only accessible by a path and where you can enjoy the peacefulness even in the busiest summer months. Quintana is an open pebble beach, suitable for swimming. From here it is possible to walk on the rocks to the next beach and then up again to Villademoros.
Distance/Time: This round-walk takes approximately 90 minutes and can only be done when the tide is out.
Villademoros, beach of Quintana, beach of Campiechus, Villademoros
Walk on the Cliffs of Villademoros
Walk on the cliffs of Villademoros, Asturias, Northern Spain.
From Hotel Torre de Villademoros there is a path that leads directly to the sea and which branches off allowing walkers to go down to a small cove or to go to the cliff, which overlooks the sea and coastline. You can also go down to the cove. When the tide is out you can move from one beach to another walking on the rocks below the cliffs. In days of heavy sea, its impressive to walk near the wave breakers.