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Cangas de Onís

Where to sleep in Cangas de Onís

Alojamentos en Cangas de Onís

The city of Cangas de Onis has always been one of the main sights in all the territories of Asturias (Spain). So it meets all the needs of tourists, various services have been developed, such as accommodations, restaurants, among others. Here are some of the ideal places to sleep in […]

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What to see and do in Cangas de Onís: Gastronomy

If there is something that defines the cuisine of Cangas de Onís, it is undoubtedly the quality of its products that allow it to develop one of the most exclusive and popular cuisines of northern Spain. Here are the most traditional dishes of Cangas de Onís and surroundings, as well […]

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What to see and do in Cangas de Onís: Sports

For sports lovers we recommend you visit the official website of the company “Frontera Verde Aventura” – https://www.fronteraverde.com/. There you will find a range of active tourism activities tailored for all ages. Below are some of the most practiced sport activities in Cangas de Onís. “Barranquismo”: It is an activity […]

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Cangas de Onís Location

Cangas de Onís is one of the oldest municipalities in the region of Asturias. It is located in the north of Spain, specifically in the east of the principality. To the north of Cangas de Onís is Ribadesella municipaly, to the south the province of Léon, to the east are […]

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What to see and do in Cangas de Onís: Culture

For those interested in culture and all that has to do with history, below you will find the most emblematic monuments of Cangas de Onís. Cultural and Historical Heritage Tourism Office: Housed in a building of Roman architecture, within the “Casa Riera” park. It has two schedules, one in Winter […]

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What to see and do in Cangas de Onís: Nature

Cangas de Onís is one of the gateway to the Picos de Europa, lined with mountains and bathed by the river Sella, this city is the pearl of Asturias. Below are places worth visiting for nature lovers. Sella River: It rises from the Picos de Europa and passes through the […]

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