intoAsturias was founded in 2018 with the aim to introduce more people to the beautiful and varied nature in Asturias in the north of Spain. We do this by offering (multiple) day trips, thereby working together with local guides, nature organizations and sustainable overnight locations. This way we support local ecotourism initiatives. My name is […]Read More
Estoy empresionada de la naturaleza de Asturias, aunque todo el tiempo llueve.
Si no tienes bastante tiempo pero quieres a sentir un poco de Camino, esto es el modo.
Gracias a Debora por la organizacion y la compania!
Wij hebben de Ruta de las Xanas gelopen afgelopen mei.
Prachtig mooi en je waant jezelf even in een totaal andere wereld!
Zeker een aanrader als je een keertje in de buurt bent!!!
If you like hiking and you particularly like hiking in somewhat rougher terrain, then Ruta de las Xanas is a great experience. The surroundings are breathtaking with a lot of different vistas. One moment you walk in open terrain, rocky like, the next moment you walk in a big forest with little creeks and waterfalls coming down. At the end there is a church with grazing cows in front of it and a little village where you can have some lunch. The way down could be taken a little differently to add up for the experience. Last but not least, if you sometimes look up you see vultures flying around soaring in the sky. Enjoy the view!
Today I take you to one of the most hidden and forbidden forests of Asturias, the Nature Reserve Muniellos. Only 20 visitors are allowed to enter per day, with a maximum of one visit per person per year. It is therefore a unique opportunity for me to join a tour led by the super enthusiastic manager […]Read More
Today I take you on a trip through the ‘Parque Natural de Redes‘ in Asturias. Redes is a designated UNESCO biosphere reserve and a special protection area for birds under the European nature network Natura2000. Recently we watched a beautiful documentary about this area: 100 días de soledad, about a man who stays in the […]Read More
The government of Asturias actively promotes Asturias as a major destination for ecotourism: ‘ParaÍso Natural’. No wonder, given the fact that 1/3 of its surface has a nature destination. Also, although Asturias only covers 2% of Spain’s total surface, 67% of its vertebrate species live here, with 75% of Spain’s bird and mammal species. […]Read More