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  • View of the port from a nearby viewpoint. Cudillero, Asturias.

Nestled among tall green hills, this picturesque seaside town entices you in with its colourful houses perched around the delightful port. The local trails leading to spectacular viewpoints are some of the area's star attractions.Read more...

What to see A stroll around the town takes you to two of its most important landmarks: the gothic-style parish church and El Humilladero chapel, the oldest building in the town. Then you can stop off at one the quaint fish taverns next to the sea and have a break while admiring the colourful houses all around you. To learn more about the seafaring history and culture of Cudillero, visit the Visitor Centre known as “Los Pixuetos y la Mar”, located in the heart of this “amphitheatre” (so called because the houses are arranged into a kind of amphitheatre). And while at the port, try a refreshing glass of cider. Beaches In the district of Cudillero, not far from the town itself, you'll find such spectacular beach as San Pedro de la Ribera, Concha de Artedo and Campofrío y Aguilar. Active tourism Three trails lead you to the town's fabulous viewpoints: the La Espera route (the viewpoint known as La Espera – The Wait – is where sailors' wives waited for their husbands to return home safely), a route around the fishing villages and the route known as La Ronda de los Vigías (The Lookouts Trail). You can also get information about guided tours and take a trip (about 10 kilometres) to the beauty spot called Cabo Vidio. Don't leave your camera behind! There are also horse riding and hiking trails.

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