Asturias Campsites in Spain
Asturias known as the ‘Spanish Switzerland ‘ or ‘Green Spain’ due to its lush countryside and high mountainous areas. In reality the landscape here varies enormously. campsites Asturias.
Located 800 metres from Otur Beach and 1.5 km from Otur village, Camping Playa Otur offers modern bungalows with furnished porches. The campsite features a café-bar and barbecue facilities. More
Camping Rio Puron is a 10-minute drive from Llanes Beach. It offers an outdoor pool and a free gym, sauna and Turkish bath. There is a free Wi-Fi zone and free parking nearby. More
Set on extensive grounds, this camping site features several entertainment facilities like 2 swimming pools, basketball court, and children’s playground. More
Asturias is known as the ‘Spanish Switzerland ‘ or ‘Green Spain’ due to its lush countryside and high mountainous areas. In reality the landscape here varies enormously. Around 30% of the area consists of protected countryside. People in Asrturias are very kind and generous, they will make the visitor feel right at home. They are always thankful for the visit, they put their best foot forward and show an interest in helping the visitor to find his way around Asturias.
Asturias is served by Ranon Airport (OVD), 40 kilometres from Oviedo, near the northwest coast and the industrial town of Avilés. Spain’s national RENFE rail network also serves Asturias well; trains regularly depart to and from the Spanish interior. campsites Asturias.
Oviedo: Capital of Asturias.
ASTURIAS SPAIN-SNOW AND WAVES-FORCE OF NATURE.
Asturias Spain Snow Waves Mountain Picos de Europa. The Force of Nature.In a land not too far away,in the middle of the north coast of Spain a brave region named Asturias stands still caught between the endless ocean and the impressive Picos de Europa mountains natural forces shape the landscape the valleys and the coast. Through wind,snow,rain and waves the force of Nature shapes the beauty of Asturias. campsites Asturias.
The Santiago Pilgrimage: Walking the Immortal Way.
Each year, tens of thousands of backpackers (Christian pilgrims and many others) set out from either their front doorstep or from popular starting points across Europe, to Santiago de Compostela. Most travel by foot, others ride a bicycle, and a few of them travel as did some of their medieval counterparts, on horseback or with a donkey.
In addition to those who undertake a religious pilgrimage, the majority are hikers who walk the way for non-religious reasons: travel, sport, or simply the challenge of spending weeks walking in a foreign land. Also, many consider the experience as a spiritual adventure, with a view to removing themselves from the bustle of modern life.
Jean-Christophe Rufin followed this “Northern Way” to Santiago de Compostela by foot, on over eight hundred kilometers. Much less crowded than the usual pilgrimage route, this one runs along the Basque and Cantabrian coasts in Spain and through the wild mountains of Asturias and Galicia.
Oasis, San Francisco De Asis, Urb Marina, San Fulgencio, 03177, Alicante, Spain
Asturias Camp Sites.