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Rivers of Asturias

What to see and do in Eo’s River (Asturias, Spain): Gastronomy and Events

Gastronomy The meeting between the waters of the river Eo and the salty tide of the Cantabrian Sea promotes the development of several species of quality seafood. The typical cuisine of the western region of Asturias uses the main local marine species to prepare special dishes such as clams, oysters, […]

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What to see and do in Eo’s river (Asturias, Spain): Cultural Patrimony

The territories that follow the westernmost river in the region of Asturias (Spain) – river Eo – exhibit several elements of great cultural interest. Discover here the main museums and historical sites to visit at the destination! Eo’s Fishing Interpretacion Center Eo’s Fishing Interpretation Center is in San Tirso de […]

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What to see and do in Eo’s River (Asturias, Spain): Natural Patrimony

The passage of the river Eo in the western end of the region of Asturias led to the development of beautiful natural spaces in the territory. Ría del Eo The intersection between the fresh waters of the Eo river and the salty waters of the Cantabrian Sea created an incredible […]

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What to see and do in Nalón river (Asturias, Spain): Cultural Patrimony

The Nalón river (Asturias, Spain) passes through spaces rich in historical and cultural heritage. From the low (source) area of ​​the Nalón river, where there are several museums in a beautiful natural environment. To the central area where the largest city in the region – Oviedo – is located, which […]

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What to see and do in river Nalón (Asturias, Spain): Natural Patrimony

The Nalón river (Asturias, Spain) flows through incredible areas of the asturian region. Near its source there are natural spaces of great interest, such as the incredible Redes Natural Park, well known for its beautiful lakes formed by the melting of glaciers and its fantastic caves. Also, you cannot miss […]

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Nalón River Location

The Nalón River is located in northern Spain, in the Principality of Asturias, and is the second largest in the region, with about 145km in length. The source of the Nalón River is located in the east of the region, in Fuente la Nalona and crosses the center of Asturias […]

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