For those that don't fancy the climb, it is possible to get to the same point with the car. Head out from the town and follow the signs for the cemetery. Park in front of the cemetery (don't forget the hand-brake) and walk down the paved slope to the belvedere. Don' worry if you don't have a head for heights as it's just like a field up there.more
The zone formed by villages that lie between the coast and the mountains is chatacterized y bucolic landscapes and rugged countryside with each village having a small chapel.Cabo Vidio is just 10km from Cudilero. Its impressive cliffts that just out over the Cantabric Sea are rugged and in places reach heights of 100 metres above the sea level. One...more
This is a great small place, the manager (Montse Abad) is great in making you feel like you are at...more
N-634a 33156 Soto de Luina, Soto de Luina, Cudillero, 33156, Spain
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Tolombreo de Arriba s/n, Cudillero, 33150, Spain
Good for: Couples
In the harbour area there are quite a few seafood restaurants. Everywere we looked people were obviously enjoying their meals mostly of shell fish, Crabs and Lobsters were being served as well as Hake and Tuna. We had the tuna which was fantastic. Of course you will want to try the local Sidra( Cider to you and me). Poured from a height of around...more
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There are many festivals and traditional celebrations which adorn the county's yearly calendar. They are celebrated with great local fervor as the regional traditions, entertainme and happiness fill the air. Every 29th of June, Cudillero celebrates its most important holidays celebration. "La Amuravela" is a public speesh spoken in the native...more
The residents of Cudillero earn the qualifying name of "pixuetos" wich they maintain with great pride. The town is divided into two neighborhoods: one pertaining to the "pixuetos", fishing families who lie near the port, and the "Cail", those who involved with terrestrial trade. "Pixueto" is the native language of the residents of Cudillero, though...more
The second weekend in August is a bank holiday in Spain. All along the North coast of Asturias it is virtually imposible to turn up and get a room. We ended up sleeping in the car on the Sunday night. By monday the Spaniards were off home again and things returned to normal.
The tourist trap in Cudillero is all around you on the main square. All the restaurants seem to have agreed on a price for their menu - 60euros!!!! At lunchtime every restaurant has the same price, and it seems the same hustlers to get you to eat at their place. It may be good but seems very exagerated.
Unique Suggestions: Refuse to pay this type of price and walk a couple of hundred metres up the hill past the church and town hall. There are some local restaurants there that will only charge you 25/30euros for 2 !!! It's possibly not as good but at least there's an atmosphere and local colour.
Visit (or better yet, stay in) Cudillero/Cuideiru. It's a large fishing village that is very scenic. There are some very fine seafood restaurants here, places to stay, and best of all, the beach 'Playa de Silencio' (Beach of Silence), located nearby. The beach is secluded and requires a long hike to get to. There are few if any people on the beach....more