Rent Asturia Villas and try the exquisite Asturian cider
Anyone visiting Asturias holiday rentals who enjoys a trip to the seaside can find great beaches at towns like Llanes, Ribadesella, Gijón and Cudillero. To really enjoy the scenery of the region though, visitors to Asturias holiday rentals should head for the Picos de Europa National Park. Located in the south east of Asturias, this mountain range covers about 800 square kilometres, while its limestone peaks rise to an altitude of 2500 metres above sea level.
Choose Asturias Holiday Cottages and enjoy a holiday amidst the lush verdent natural landscape
This park provides many opportunities for visitors to Asturias holiday rentals to participate in activities. Hiking and mountain biking are obviously popular in the park, while the more adventurous may want to experience caving amid the limestone crevices and valleys. Many caves dot the region, and these are often decorated with prehistoric rock art, some of which dates back more than 25,000 years. Sports fishermen can also enjoy some great sport with trout aand salmon in the region's rivers. The deep connection between many of the region's towns and the commercial fishing industry is another facet of local culture worth exploring. Visitors to Asturias holiday rentals will also find much to enjoy in the cuisine of the region. A bean stew known as fabada is one of the traditional dishes of the region, while Cabrales cheese also enjoys a good reputation among the hundreds of cheeses the region produces. Cider made from local apples is often used instead of wine to accompany meals. The long regional tradition of commercial fishing also means that there is some quality seafood on offer in the bars and restaurants in the towns and villages.
Come and visit the beautiful Asturian capital of Oviedo with Asturia Apartments
Oviedo is one of the region's main cities, and despite its industrial outskirts, has a lovely picturesque town centre. The cathedral is particularly attractive, while there are many other interesting buildings and a prestigious university. Gijon has a marina which should be a magnet for any visitors to Asturias holiday rentals who enjoy sailing or yachting. Aviles is the third major town in the region, and anyone staying in Asturias holiday rentals should make sure that they visit the old town, where the buildings are painted in pastel shades.
Are you interested in finding out what culinary delights other European holiday regions boast? Look no further than:
- Rent Normandy Holiday Cottages where food lovers can enjoy a meal of moules marinere;freshly caught mussels mopped up with fresh bread or served “en frite” with chips
- Come to Sardinia Holiday Villas and sample the Italian delicacy of Pane Curacao, a thin and crispy bread
- Booking Ticino Apartments is a great way to sample the very best of Italian-style pizza and ice cream, in a Swiss setting
- Choose Poitou-Charentes/Vendée Villas and pay a visit to Château de Beaulon, an essential tourist attraction if you want to visit the vineyards that produce Cognac
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most popular accommodation types Asturias are apartment rentals and house rentals. With 745 accommodations Asturias, the perfect vacation home is only one click away.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €60 per night. Most house rentals Asturias are 109 m² and apartment rentals are 58 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals Asturias?
When traveling with your dog Asturias, hotel rooms are recommended. These are the most common pet-friendly accommodations with an average price of €159 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations Asturias for a group. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.