What to see

The central location of El Molín de la Vega makes it easy to visit the main sights of Western Asturias as well as enjoy its culture, gastronomy and outdoor sports that bring you into contact with the rural world.  All of this is here for you to enjoy when you come to visit us. We hope to se you soon.


Among the sights to see in Ribadesella are the cave drawings of Tito Bustillo and its museum,  tours to find out about local history in Paseo Grua, walks along the seafront and the majestic houses of the “indianos”, enjoy the incredible views from the Chapel of the Virgen of Guía or from the viewpoint El Fito as well as trying the excellent local cuisine.

Not to be missed

If this is your first visit to the area, the village of Cangas de Onis is a must, with its Roman bridge, also Arenas de Cabrales where the well-known El Cares trail is to be found.  Then towns such as Bulnes, Covadonga and its lakes, as well as Llanes, Lastres Tazones..there is an endless list of unforgettable places to visit.

Mountain and coastal routes

For  trekking fans, there are a number of trails, both mountain and coastal that start nearby. Let us know so we can advise you of the best options.

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Adventure sports

We also boast that we have the best beaches for surfing in the north of Spain, a municipal 18 hole golf course and a variety of tourist agencies, large and small, offering adventures including routes along the coastline, by horse or quads, speleology, descent in canoe, as well as many others that offer unforgettable off the beaten path places waiting to be to discovered.

What can we do for you

If you come to visit us, you will be able to take a trip back in time and know what this river valley full of life was like and enjoy a restful stay in a quiet and natural environment. Come and visit us!



Where to eat

The cuisine of the area is outstanding and not to be missed. Try the traditional dishes, artisan cheeses and the best desserts of the region.  We prefer to provide personalized recommendations of where to eat as the number of restaurants you can find within a short drive is endless.

Looking for sports and adventure

The annual international Descent of the Sella canoe race is, by far the most well known and takes place mid August attracting people from all over the world.

Additionally, there are a variety of other sports to be enjoyed in this area, that include horse-riding, walking, biking, surfing, as well as an 18 hole municipal golf course.

Looking for cultural activities?

Asturias offers a range of cultural events all year round. There is a regional calendar on Spain.info for more information. Two of the main attractions are: the Tito de Bustillo caves and its museum.