Asturias is a green paradise in northern Spain, where culture, nature and gastronomy are perfectly combined.
Among its most spectacular landscapes are the Picos de Europa National Park y los Covadonga Lakes, without forgetting the beautiful beaches located in places like Llanes, Cudillero o Gijón, where you can take a swim, do some water sports or simply enjoy strolling down its avenues and viewpoints. Small town villages and cliffs complement the geography of a community with strong roots among the Asturians and the tourists that come visit each year.
Regarding the cultural aspect, they have many monuments that have been declared as Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO; such as the Santa María del Naranco Church, San Miguel de Lillo Church or San Juan de Padros Church. In addition, there are the reservoirs, caves and prehistoric art museums of the area, with spectacular paintings and engravings; some of which date back to 25.000 B.C.
About its third aspect, the gastronomy, Asturias is a community in which its locals are very proud of its traditional courses. The Cabrales cheese, the Asturian fabada, the cider, the cachopo… There’s an infinity of traditional meals, soups and creams, desserts, bakery, and so on, that the visitor must try to discover during its stay on this exciting land.
Read here this guide for disabled people elaborated by Tourism of Asturias.