What to see?

  • Cadavedo Beach

    Playa de Cadavedo SN .

    Although there are four beaches in Cadavedo, this, also known as La Ribeirona, is the most comfortable for people of all ages. It is located 1.5 km from La Reserva de Los Campos and can be accessed either on foot, by bicycle or by car. There is free parking, WC, showers and a great bar where to make the aperitif, lunch or dinner.

    In Asturias, the tides are large. The cycles are of more than 6 hours between low tide and high tide, so if the tide is low in the morning, in the afternoon it is high and vice versa. At low tide, the beach shows a huge strip of sand ideal for walking, running, playing, etc ... and, in particular, on the left, around the rocks are formed small flooded areas, "los charquinos", where children love to play, catch shells and fish with small fishnets.

    You should to check the Tides Timetable for having a great time on the beach:



  • Cadavedo

    Cadavedo, Spain .

    We are located in the center of town (except Casa Sergio, which is in Brieves). Cadavedo occupies a wide extension in the plain before the cliffs, which we call here "coastal rasa", and is an ideal place to walk, ride a bike, run and enjoy the many pleasant corners that it has.

    We remark La Regalina, the beach, the area of the houses of Indians, the tower of Villademoros, the beach of Campiechus and all the paths and meadows in which to get lost.

    The last Sunday of August is the event of La Regalina, declared of tourist interest, which is the reference folklore festival in Asturias.

  • La Regalina Church

    Ermita de La Regalina, Spain .

    The most famous place in Cadavedo. It is a natural promontory over the sea, surrounded by cliffs, which impacts everyone who sees it for the first time ... or many times. The most beautiful sunsets, the spectacle of the rough sea with bad weather, a place where nature shows its huge beauty and you can be the center of it.

    The locals usually approach several times a day, it is also popularly called "The Garita Field", as a way of looking out to sea. Depending on the time, it can be an ideal place to do mindfulness, to make the most beautiful photos of the trip or to chat animatedly with a local, always eager to talk with those who visit us.

    In La Regalina some scenes of series and films were filmed as "La Señora" or "Con la vida fuego" as well as commercials. Nowadays many people choose this place to celebrate their wedding.

    In 1931, on the initiative of the local priest, Padre Galo, a shrine was erected in honor of the Virgin of Riégala, believing that the spectacular beauty of the surroundings would attract the devotees. It is without a doubt the most beautiful viewpoint of the Asturian West, with privileged views to the Protected Landscape of the Western Coast (and, within it, to La Ribeirona, the main beach in Cadavedo and its immediate surroundings). It is a must if you want to taste the essence of the Cantabrian Coast in all its fullness.

  • Hoces del Esva

    San Pedro de Paredes, Spain .

    Las Hoces del Esva (19km, 24min from Cadavedo) is an spectacular nature trail following the gully carved by the river Esva, with walls that can reach up to 500m. The itinerary is perfectly maintained and signposted. To finish the route, you can taste the best Asturian pot of the region in Casa El Obispo in Paredes.

  • Luarca

    Luarca, Spain .

    It is the main village in the council, a beautiful and historic town located just 10 minutes from Cadavedo, one of the most beautiful places in Asturias. The most charming neighborhoods are those around the port, although you should not miss the Indian houses in Villar and Barcellina. Very busy in summer, you can enjoy the gastronomic excellence of the area and its amazing atmosphere both day and night. Every Wednesday there is a street market where it is easy to find local products.

    Here you can find an idea about what you can do spending a day in Luarca:


  • Casa del Padre Galo

    Cadavedo, Spain .

    Birthplace of the poet and religious Galo Antonio Fernández, Father Galo or Fernán Coronas, the pseudonym he used for his lyrical work. Today it has been converted into a museum and part of its spaces have been reused as Internet connection rooms for the locals. Recommended visit and check the activities available on the date of the stay.

    Fernán Coronas was passionate about languages, he traveled throughout Europe and in the last years of his life settled in his hometown: Cadavedo. Here, apart from the pastoral life, he dedicated himself to the study of the local language, called Falietsa, and in it he composed a good part of his work; he came to write a grammar, a dictionary with more than 10,000 terms, as well as some original solutions for certain phonemes and grammatical constructs. Also, with Guillermo Avello, he founded the La Regalina Festival in 1931, which is still held every last Sunday of August and is the reference folk festival in Asturias.

  • Parque de la Vida

    El Parque de la Vida, La Mata, Spain .

    Very close to Luarca, it is a kind of informative museum in the countryside that studies the natural environment, animals and space. It is a very interesting and entertaining visit for children of all ages. It must be previously arranged. On its website, everything is very well explained:


  • Cudillero

    Cudillero, Spain .

    Original fishing village for its colorful houses built on rock. Very lively place in summer to spend an entertaining afternoon having cider in one of the many terraces of the port area, buy fish fresh from the sea or browse in a craft store.

  • Castro de Coaña

    Castro de Coaña, Lugar Coaña, Coaña, Spain .

    It is the first castro studied in Spain. It was inhabited between the 4th century BC. and the 1st century AC already in full Roman time. It was discovered in 1877 although it was not completely uncovered until the 40s of the 20th century.

    It is believed that about 2,000 people lived there. Their houses have a characteristic circular shape and are surrounded by a perimeter wall. It is a very interesting and entertaining visit, which also has a Didactic Classroom where everything is very well explained.

  • Escuela de Surf Sundance Old Rider

    Playa de Cadavedo, Spain .

    Great plan for the youngest. Located on the beach of Cadavedo, it is a very successful activity with a wide range of ages, from 3 years to adults. Website for more info and reservations:


  • Club de Golf de Luarca

    Las Pontigas, Spain .

    9 holes over the Cantabric Sea, par 33. (66 two ways).

    Information and booking:


  • Aventuras a Caballo

    Aventuras a caballo, CU-6, Lamuño, Spain .

    The company Aventuras a Caballo, from Lamuño, very close to Cadavedo, offers this service. They have different plans that go from one hour to several days, all in our surroundings of coast and nearby mountains.

    His website: http://www.aventurasacaballo.com

  • Indian Houses

    Cadavedo, Spain .

    Indians were emigrants who went to America to try their luck, mainly in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and, once rich, they returned to their place of origin and built very colorful houses with a peculiar style that reminds his place of emigration.

    In Cadavedo, the majority of Indians made their fortune in Cuba, specifically, in Havana and in Cienfuegos. The houses are made by the best architects of the time and all have some tropical element like a palm tree in the garden.

    There are five houses of Indian architecture in Cadavedo:

    Casa de Juan García Avello, also known as El Chalet de Juan de Cantón. It conserves good part of its original characteristics, among them the slate dome. In the old times, the interior was designed by a decorator expressly brought from Paris, as well as furniture, fabrics, etc ...

    House of Sabino Avello García. Much more sober style than the previous one, its granite masonry stands out.

    Villa Hilda. Built as Villa Balbina by its first owner Balbina Avello, philanthropist and benefactress of the town and her husband Felix Rodriguez. It is one of the most beautiful villas in the area and they say it is almost a replica of the house that the couple lived in El Vedado, in Havana, but much smaller.

    Pedro Rico House and The Red House. They are two magnificent twin houses, located less than 200 meters from each other. They were built by two cousins ​​who made their fortune in Uruguay, Juan Rodriguez and Leandro Pérez. The first is still a private residence and the second a hotel.

    The history of Cadavedo can not be separated from the Indian phenomenon, the cultural exchange that supposed a certain flow of people between Cadavedo and America (the return was almost never definitive since the businesses were still there), as well as the investments that supposed for a small village agricultural and livestock that was Cadavedo at that time.

    In Luarca, specially on Villar area, there are several: Villa Rosario, Villa Argentina, Villa Carmen, la Casa de Guatemala...

  • Cabo Vidio

    Cabo Vidio, Spain .

    Here you can enjoy a spectacular landscape of the coast and cliffs that go, on one side to Cabo Busto and on the other to Cabo de Peñas. It is accessed through the town of Oviñana, a few kilometers from Cadavedo. It can be a complementary visit to Cudillero because they are very close.

  • Campiechus Beach

    Villademoros .

    It is a very lonely beach, ideal for walking through the stones, sitting down to read, fish or simply silently integrate into its wild nature. The walk to the beach, along an asphalted road through fields, with a final part of the forest, is worth it.

    You should to check the Tides Timetable for having a great time on the beach:


  • Fonte Baixa Gardens

    El Chano .

    It is the largest private garden in Spain. It is about a 5 km route in an estate on the edge of the sea, where you can see thousands of species of flowers, plants and trees, with stunning views. It is a visit that is worth it in any season of the year, it is always different. Exciting if you like camellias and hydrangeas, there are hundreds of varieties.