Today we head for Ribadesella, which is another of the most famous villages in the east of Asturias. We leave Llanes along the Avenida de la Paz, and continue to Poo following a dirt track. We continue along the AS-263 road, alternating it with dirt tracks, until we reach Celorio beach. Before stopping to enjoy the beach, we can visit the Monastery of San Salvador de Celorio, built in the 17th century.
We resume our way leaving Celorio behind us along its promenade, continuing towards Barro. Here, at the height of Niembro we can turn aside to know the spectacular beach of Torimbia, one of the most beautiful of all Asturias. We continue to advance, and the path takes us through the villages of Naves, Villahormes and Nueva, through charming wooded paths and dirt tracks. At the height of Nueva is the beach of Gulpiyuri, a spectacular monument of nature.
If you have time don’t hesitate to go and see it, you won’t be disappointed!
From Nueva, we will continue between asphalted tracks and passes until we reach Piñeres de Pría, a town famous for its cheeses. We continue to the village of Cuerres, from where we can make a detour to know the Pría’s Buffoons we follow the Cuerres road that runs parallel to the Aguadamía river.
Finally, we will arrive to Ribadesella taking as a reference the FEVE lines and the AS-263 road.
Ribadesella, as a good Asturian town, stands out for having some very good cider bars where you can taste the best of local cuisine accompanied by quality ciders, so since the stage is long, we recommend you to leave early from Llanes, to enjoy this gastronomy.
Places of interest
- Torimbia Beach
- Beach of Gulpiyuri
- Pría Jesters
- Cave of Tito Bustillo – Ribadesella
- Church of Santa María de Junco – Ribadesella
- San Mamés Sanctuary – Ribadesella
- Tower of the Atalaya – Ribadesella
- Fish stew
- Marmitas de xarda
- Noodles with sea bream
- Hake in cider
- Xáragu (sea bream) baked in the oven
- Cachopo tarteru
- Bonito tuna, parrot fish and anchovies
- Lamps and sea urchins
- Lobsters and barnacles
- Pito caleya
- Pría Cheese
- Desserts: fried milk and rice pudding with burnt rice pudding