Asturias has a wide variety of nature to offer, from a beautiful coastline to the high peaks of Picos de Europa. From your holiday house in this Spanish province you can visit many beautiful nature reserves and make beautiful and quiet walks in them. From your holiday home you can also visit a number of interesting cities and villages. For example, in the capital of Asturias, Oviedo, you can visit several old churches and cathedrals. Along the coast there are also some interesting and cosy harbour towns, such as Avilés and Gijón.Read more about holiday cottages in Asturias
Are you looking for a Asturias holiday home? Then you have come to the right place. Here you will find several holiday homes in Asturias that all have one thing in common: they are all located in or near the most beautiful nature of this region in northern Spain. The Asturias region lies in the north-west of Spain between the regions of Calicia and Cantabria. The capital of the region is Oviedo and the entire region has more than 1 million inhabitants.
Asturias lies on the Atlantic Ocean with its north side, which ensures that there is a maritime climate in the region. Among other things, this causes a relatively large amount of rainfall throughout the year. The landscape in this Spanish region is one of extremes: the mountains are steep and the rivers flow very fast. Two well-known rivers that flow through the region are the Deva and the Cares, salmon and trout are still swimming in this ice-cold water.
An important nature reserve in Asturias is the so-called Muniellos forest. This area is formed by three large valleys and vast forests. In fact, it is so vast that the area is the most extensive woodland in all of Spain. The forest, which mainly consists of oak, still houses a healthy population of bears, wolves, otters, roe deer and wild boar. In addition, there are more than 60 different bird species. It is also one of the few places in Spain where you still have a chance to encounter a capercaillie in the wild. These large fowls look a bit like the black grouse (still) living in the Netherlands, only they are more than one and a half times as large! If you want to go for a nice walk in the vast forests of Asturias, then use a cottage from Natuurhuisje. The only drawback to visiting this area is that you need written permission to be allowed to enter the area.
Another area that is definitely worth a visit is the so-called "Peaks of Europe" in Spanish, also called Picos de Europe. This mountain range extends over the north of Spain and also partly falls in the region of Asturias. Many mountain tops of this massif exceed 2400 meters. It is an ideal base for hikers and hikers to explore this area.
We offer several suitable holiday homes in Asturias that are located in or near the most beautiful nature reserves. Feel free to contact us if you are planning to visit one of the above nature reserves and we will certainly help you further. Even if you are looking for a suitable holiday home. We can also help you find hiking trips in the area of your holiday home or provide more information about the flora and fauna that are in the area. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us and you will be assured of a wonderful holiday in Asturias.