The coastal strip that goes from the mouth of the Nalón to the valley of the river Eo, on the border with Galicia, houses a land with its own history written by the influence of its inhabitants: from the castros built by the first inhabitants of the region, passing through the Romans in their incessant search for Asturian gold, to the local emigrants who returned from America to build the beautiful Indian houses and contribute to the wealth of their land. All this in a still unknown rural territory of wild appearance at the same time as beautiful.
The fishing villages follow each other between spectacular beaches, lighthouses or cliffs offering the visitor the possibility of walking its cobbled streets and try the fresh fish from the local fish market. In LUARCA, Puerto de Vega or Tapia de Casariego you can breathe the quiet life impregnated with the aroma of the Cantabrian Sea that is only interrupted, sometimes, by the bustling atmosphere of the port taverns.
Following the course of the rivers inland, as in the NAVIA HISTORICAL PARK, you can go back in the history of the region visiting the archaeological sites and museums that allow you to understand how the first inhabitants of these lands lived. The wild nature accompanies the course of the river hiding in its interior countless villages, trails and natural monuments such as the waterfalls of Oneta and Méxica or the Hoces del Esva.
In short, authenticity, nature and tradition in the West of Asturias.