A Pleasant Trip to Asturias

Published on 24/08/2009 in Places of Interest

Asturias National ParkThink about the lush green valleys in the lap of the mountains. Yonder you will find one of the most beautiful coastal scenes in the world. This is what the green Spain has to offer you. Certainly, there can not be anything greener and more soothing than that.

Asturias, aka green Spain, is perhaps the most beautiful part of Spain. This region is famous for its beautiful landscapes and mesmerizing scenic beauty. In fact, it is this serenity that makes Asturias such a tourist hotspot. Thousands of tourists flock in here to enjoy the very best that nature has in store for them.

In keeping with the pressure of the tourists, the region has plenty of villas, country cottages, apartments, city centers, and farmhouses. In fact, the holiday rentals here have some unique features that make it even more enjoyable to live in this part of the world.

In short, Asturias has something for every one. If you are a lover of the exotic beaches, you can go to Playa de Ballota. Added to the vast beach there, you will also like the local market and delicious foods there. The place also offers a vibrant night life with its bars and cafes.

Again, if you love to watch the wonder of the nature, Parque Natural de Somiedo is there for you. This natural reserve has an unbelievable variety of flora and fauna that will sustain your wonder. In fact, you can find the migrating birds here as well. In fact, this is one reason why many tourists visit this sanctuary.

Asturias has something for you if you are a big fan of sports and adventure. There are plenty of activities that the place offers. So, you can enjoy sea surfing, skiing, dolphin and shark watching, underwater swimming, snorkeling, fishing, parachute riding, paragliding and scuba driving. Apart from that, you can always spend the time sunbathing in the beaches.

If you are a fan of golf, Asturias will offer some unique golf courses. Added to the enjoyment of playing the game, the golf courses here offer some breathtaking view of the sea, landscapes and mountains. Some of the golf courses also offer holiday apartments that the golfers can rent.

If shopping is something that gives you a lot of pleasure, there are plenty of shopping malls, market and retail outlets there in Asturias. So, you can just go out there and watch the market even if you have nothing to buy. However, the local foods are good and you can buy some of them. Also, you will find different beautiful home made products there in the market.

The night life in Asturias is as vibrant as one of the best centers of the world. You will find different traditional restaurants and cafes in towns and villages. However, if you move towards the larger towns, the night life gets more vibrant. There are plenty of hotels in the region, so don't worry about the accommodation there. However the best place to stay is Hotel Casa de Campo that is located in Celorio, a rural village near Cangas de Onis and very close to Mar Cantabrico's beaches. It's ideal place of rest for those travelers who want to enjoy the kindness of the Green Asturian Coast.

Written by: Freddy Mark

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