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Route Viewpoints of Asturias

Route Viewpoints of Asturias

It is difficult to make a ranking or route through the best viewpoints of Asturias, we propose some of the best views. All the info on how to get there and what you are going to find ...



The Mirador del Fitu

El Mirador del Fitu is the most famous of all. It is a concrete watchtower of the early twentieth century located in one of the most famous promontories of the Sierra del Sueve. From here we can make a sequence plan without cuts, at a glance the Cantabrian Sea, the middle mountain and the Picos de Europa.
How to get there:
To be able to contemplate these spectacular views, take the AS-260 road, which connects the towns of Arriondas and Colunga. The port of El Fito is equidistant from both towns, just halfway, to 11 kilometers. There is ample parking.

The Well of Prayer

In the cabraliega locality of Poo de Cabrales we find one of the best views of Naranjo de Bulnes or Picu Urriellu.
How to get there:
In the AS-114 about three kilometers from Arenas de Cabrales we find a large esplanade, ample parking and a picnic table. The views deserve a stop.

The Mirador de la Reina

Viewpoint that is located in the winding ascent to the Lakes of Covadonga, on the CO-4 road, very close to the Lakes. As it can not be otherwise, the views are extraordinary.

The Ordiales Viewpoint

The Ordiales viewpoint is a natural terrace over the void, at 1.750 m. of altitude and located to the west of the western massif of the Picos de Europa, reason why it is practically in the limits of the National Park.
How to get there:
We will make a three-hour walking route to get there, which takes us to travel the 8 kilometers away. We left the car in the parking of Pandecarmen, next to the Vega de Enol. We started the path of the Vega Canraso, which we reached after 45 minutes. The next milestone is the Collado Gamonal and the shelter of Vegarredonda, after an hour and a half of walking.
The trail continues just behind the shelter of Vegarredonda and now leads us to the channel of Cuene Cerrada where we begin to climb a winding path until we overcome it and we find ourselves on a small hill known as Forcau.

The Mirador de la Collada

In the municipality of Amieva. Concrete platform located between the rural nuclei of Amieva and San Román, which offers beautiful views over the Cornión and the Collada de Angón, as well as the Amieva Valley. It is to the side of the Path of the Arcediano, the Roman road that united the regions of Riaño and Cangas de Onís.

How to get there:
Take the N-625 from Cangas de Onis towards Riaño, parallel to the river Sella and in the town of Ceneya we turn to the left and arrive at our destination after a few kilometers. 43.3523076, -5.1249662

Bowls

In the vicinity of the lighthouse of Tazones, one of the best preserved in Asturias, you can enjoy good views of the town, the cliffs and the entire coast of the area.

How to get there:
Before arriving at the town of Tazones, by the VV-5, you have to take the detour to the left and a later deviation to the right and reach the end of the road. It is indicated.

The San Roque Viewpoint

In the town of Lastres. From this vantage point you can see the entire town, its port and the village of stepped houses, famous for having been the set of the TV series Doctor Mateo, several beaches and the entire Sierra del Sueve. On the esplanade is the Ermita de San Roque and a small recreational area.

How to get there:
We take the AS-257 to the upper part of the village, there we will turn off to the right, following the indications to that effect.

The Punta'l Pozu

In the town of Ribadesella. At the end of the promenade of the beach of Santa Marina, there is a small square from which you can see the whole riosellano sandy area, surrounded by mountains and we can also discover the dinosaur footprints -enunciated- in the pedrero.

How to get there:
In the western part of the beach we take the seafront and go to the end.


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