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Very beautiful place
The housing development since the early 1980s is atrocious and unforgivable.
In a nutshell
The drive along the coast from Cantabria to Llanes provides many dramatic and breathtaking vistas of the coast and the mountains.
This is a view from the town itself, showing the close proximity of the Picos.
Written Jun 25, 2005
Local favourite drink is a still, dry and strong (around 6%) cider. It's very tasty and easy to drink but be careful it creeps up on you!
Here's Mrs Bonio enjoying herself.
Written Jan 2, 2009
hopefully so, because unlike in other parts of Spain, not everyone (or maybe not anyone?) speaks any/much english. So unless you like looking like a complete berk, learn the basics before you go! If you can order food and book a room and ask directions you should be ok!
Written Oct 4, 2006
I love visiting supermarkets while traveling overseas. Since we were renting a house, we had plenty of excuses to visit them in Asturias.
Anyone who's visited Spain knows how much Spaniards love their jamon (ham). The potato chips, flavored with it, is a new addition since my last visit to this country in 1993.
And in case you're wondering, we did try them and they were good. I only tried one but I could imagine really getting into them while drinking beer. Oink.
Updated Feb 21, 2011