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  • Llanes

A medieval town imbued with seafaring traditions where you can enjoy beautiful landscapes encompassing lush countryside and blue sea.Read more...

What to see The medieval town centre is a great place for a stroll. Its most outstanding features include parts of a 13th century defensive wall, LaTorre del Castillo (Castle Tower) and the Basilica of Santa María de Conceyu. To experience the most seafaring side of Llanes, we recommend visiting the port, where you'll find Los Cubos de la Memoria (cubes of all different colours that adorn the port). Nearby, you can visit the “Aula del Mar” Interpretation Centre where you can learn all about the town's seafaring traditions. Other buildings of interest include Gastañaga palace and the palace of the Duke of Estrada. Nature and beaches If you like peace and quiet and nice country walks, be sure to visit Paseo de San Pedro. It takes you along a grass path with the sea in the background and a unique panoramic view of the coast and mountains. The area around Llanes boasts some truly magnificent beaches surrounded by spectacular countryside. Some of the finest beaches include San Antolín, Torimbia, Barro, Celorio, Poo, Toró, Gulpiyuri, Sevale, Toranda, Sorraos and Cuevas de Mar. In Llanes itself, we recommend the beaches known as Sablón and Puerto Chicu. Gastronomy Be sure to try the fresh fish and seafood. We especially recommend the velvet swimcrab, spider crab, lobster, anglerfish, red mullet, scorpion fish, whitebait and anchovies. In spring, they hold special seafood gastronomic days.


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Llanes


Llanes