Cangas de Onís is a small (but emblematic and peaceful) council of the Kingdom of Asturias with just over 6,300 inhabitants. It has stood out for the great and ancient monuments that give account of its historical legacy that, in turn, contrast with the new and modern buildings that have filled the city with avant-garde, light and progress. It is also part of one of the least recognized routes of the Camino de Santiago: The Vadinian route.

It is a region appreciated for its natural landscapes, for being the gateway to the impressive Picos de Europa and for allowing the realization of hiking trails through areas as striking and essential as the Cruz de Priena, Dobra River or Covadonga.

Capilla Cangas de Onís

But it is also synonymous with good cuisine. Yes, the seasoning of its gastronomic stores and the exquisite taste of its restaurants lead many people to praise and pay tribute to this city where tasting its cheeses has become an ode to good taste.

Now, without further ado, a list of things to do and things to see after your arrival in Asturias. Ready for an adventure?

What to do in Cangas de Onis?

If you have come this far, it is because you are really interested in knowing what Cangas de Onís has to offer to enjoy on vacations or weekends. Here is a list of things to do in Cangas de Onís:

Hiking routes for adventurous spirits.

Do you like adrenaline? Do you enjoy natural landscapes? Do you want to disconnect from the outside world and the stressful routine of city life? If the answer is a resounding YES, then don’t miss out on the tourist routes available in Cangas de Onís:

Covadonga Lakes

Dobra River and Olla de San Vicente Route

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