The most beautiful villages in Spain already add 44 localities, two of them in Asturias: Lastres y Torazo.
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Tourist services in the vicinity
- Restaurant Hotel Vista Alegre 1,76 km
Our restaurant is located just in front of La Griega Beach. We have 2 dining rooms, a small one from 45
- Restaurant Hotel Caravia 8,83 km
Our restaunate respects Asturian cuisine, proof of this is belonging to the most prestigious
- Sidrería Rte. The Portiella 14,42 km
La Portiella cider house is located in the western part of the municipality in a quiet rural area, in the
- El Prau de Tereñes Restaurant 14,46 km
Prau de Tereñes offers traditional Asturian cuisine. In our two dining rooms or on the outdoor terrace
- Jaire Adventure 15,45 km
Jaire Turismo Aventura offers you exciting experiences in the middle of nature. Enjoy with our
What to see and what to do in a nearby radius
- Beaches with dogs Asturias: beaches East 0,12 km
Beaches of Villaviciosa With comfortable access to take your friend: Playa de Tazones The main road
- Beautiful towns of Asturias 0,34 km
· In the western area of Asturias we have beautiful villages such as Tapia de Casariego, Navia, Puerto de Vega and
- Lastres: the fishing village 0,36 km
Streets mostly narrow and narrow, cobbled like those of before and always on slope, are the thousand and
- Plans with children raining 1,72 km
1 MUJA Jurassic Museum of Asturias In the center open days are organized all year long,
- Jurassic Museum - MUJA 1,74 km
The Jurassic Museum of Asturias (MUJA) is located in the so-called Rasa de San Telmo, in the municipality of Colunga, a
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The Association of the Most Beautiful Villages of Spain was founded the 1 of October of 2011. The first 14 towns that are part of the most beautiful villages network in Spain are presented at FITUR (Madrid) by the 31 of January of 2013.
He was born with a Common objective: jointly promote all the localities that are part of the association and that they have a clear cultural and natural interest. These localities are municipalities of less than 15.000 inhabitants that have heritage listed as a cultural, natural or artistic interest.
Thus, the municipalities that started the journey are, by provinces:
Andalusia: Mojácar, Pampaneira, Lucainena de las Torres, Vejer de la Frontera and Frigiliana.
Aragon: Valderrobres, Albarracín, Calaceite, Puertomingalvo, Rubielos de Mora, Cantavieja, Aínsa, Anento, Alquézar and Ansó.
Castilla y Leon: Maderuelo, Medinaceli, Ayllón, Pedraza, Urueña, Frías, La Alberca, Mogarraz and Candelario.
Castilla la Mancha: Valverde de los Arroyos, Alcalá de Júcar and Almagro,
Cantabria: Santillana del Mar and Bárcena Mayor.
Valencian Community: Peñíscola, Morella, El Castell de Guadalest and Vilafamés.
Canary Islands: Tejeda
To these 35 initial municipalities this 2016 has added nine more locations: Liérganes (Cantabria), Laguardia (Álava), Zuheros (Córdoba), Ciudad Rodrigo (Salamanca), Sepúlveda (Segovia), Peñalva de Santiago (León), SOS del Rey Católico (Zaragoza), Trujillo (Cáceres) and Torazo (Asturias) ).
Starting this year, the October 1 will become the Day of the most beautiful villages in Spain and there will be a day of open doors in all of them, where tickets to museums and other tourist attractions will be free.
Photos of Torazo from the web "The most beautiful villages in Spain".Text: © Ramón Molleda for desdeasturias.com