What to see?
Cadavedo - Valdés (Asturias) is a pretty village on the coast, awarded the title of "Most Beautiful People of Asturias" in 1954. Today it is an ideal place for rural tourism, preserves all the beauty that nature gave. Our cottages, apartments and bungalows are perfectly integrated into it. This respect for the environment does not prevent Cadavedo- Valdés (Asturias) is comfortable with all amenities and close to many adventure activities and interesting excursions.
Ermita de La Regalina
In 1931, on the initiative of the local priest, Padre Galo, a shrine was erected in honor of the Virgin of Riégala, believing that the spectacular beauty of the surroundings would attract the devotees. It is without a doubt the most beautiful viewpoint of the Asturian West, with privileged views to the Protected Landscape of the Western Coast (and, within it, to La Ribeirona, the main beach in Cadavedo and its immediate surroundings). It is a must if you want to taste the essence of the Cantabrian Coast in all its fullness.
Playa de Cadavedo
Cadavedo BeachView On Map
San Pedro de Paredes
Las Hoces del Esva
Las Hoces del Esva (19km, 24min from Cadavedo) is an spectacular nature trail following the gully carved by the river Esva, with walls that can reach up to 500m. The itinerary is perfectly maintained and signposted. To finish the route, you can taste the best Asturian pot of the region in Casa El Obispo in Paredes.
It is the main village in the council, a beautiful and historic town located just 10 minutes from Cadavedo, one of the most beautiful places in Asturias. The most charming neighborhoods are those around the port, although you should not miss the Indian houses in Villar and Barcellina. Very busy in summer, you can enjoy the gastronomic excellence of the area and its amazing atmosphere both day and night. Every Wednesday there is a street market where it is easy to find local products.
Here you can find an idea about what you can do spending a day in Luarca:
Casa del Padre Galo
Birthplace of the poet and religious Galo Antonio Fernández, Father Galo or Fernán Coronas, the pseudonym he used for his lyrical work. Today it has been converted into a museum and with part of its rooms reused as internet connection rooms for the inhabitants of the town. Recommended visit and consult the activities available on the date of the stay.
Parque de la Vida y Museo del Calamar Gigante
En este link puede encontrar toda la información de este interesante lugar
It is a beautiful fishing village with many picturesque corners. Very lively in summer with many bars and terraces where you can have a cider, tapas, try or buy fish or seafood fresh from the boats. There are interesting guided walks. At the top is the Selgas Palace, which houses numerous works by artists such as Goya, El Greco, Luca Giordano ...
Castro de Coaña
Castro de Coaña
Descubra el poblado mejor conservado de hace más de 2.000 años, historias de celtas, romanos y antiguos astures. Una muestra exquisita de como vivían nuestros lejanos antepasados.
Playa de Cadavedo
Escuela de Surf Sundance Old RiderView On Map
Canedo de Otur
Club de Golf de Luarca
El campo de golf de Luarca se encuentra a 15 minutos de La Regalina. Está en un enclave precioso, al lado del mar y cuenta con 9 hoyos y unas tarifas excelentes.
Aventuras a CaballoView On Map
Brañaseca ExperienceView On Map
Apart from the clear rural essence of Cadavedo, one can also taste remnants of the emigrant past from part of its population. Magnificent examples of Indian architecture at the turn of the century in homes of locals who left for America to make their fortune and erected on their return.
On the way to Cudillero, in Oviñana we find another stunning place where the sea and the cliff are protagonists; It is highly recommended to visit it, as well as take a walk through the town.
A few kilometers far from Cadavedo, towards Cudillero, always along the old national road (which, incidentally, will provide us with a driving experience and scenic enjoyment that is worth to savor at least once), we will arrive at a town called Castañeras, where we can go down to the beach. It is of an absolutely spectacular beauty; a virgin, wild and somewhat hidden beach that makes it a jewel of our coast.