Arenas de Cabrales is one of the most important accesses to the National Park of Picos de Europa (Asturian area). In fact, the Council of Cabrales is home to one of the most emblematic peaks: the Pico de Urriellu (Naranjo de Bulnes), as well as the small village of Bulnes with its funicular railway and the Cares gorge. It is also a strategic point thanks to the amenities offered to tourists. It is a small village and yet it has campsites, rural houses, hotels, shops of all kinds, mountain clothing shops, taxis and bus stops. And all this in 20 square kilometres!

Arenas de Cabrales has a total of 882 inhabitants and an extensive gastronomic tradition based on cheese. In the month of August a Cabrales cheese contest is held where the glory of the best cheese of the year is awarded. But as you can imagine, the main attraction of this town lies in its strategic position. However, Cabrales also has a diversity of activities and places to visit. So if you were thinking of visiting the prestigious Picos de Europa but you want to do it with your family and in peace and quiet, this may be your destination of choice. Would you like to join us on this tour of the town?

All the journeys of the Camino de Santiago by bike

Viewpoint of Pozo de la Oración

The viewpoint that we recommend you to visit is located at the edge of the AS-117 road, at the end of the village of Poo de Cabrales in the direction of Carreña. We believe that it is the best way to transfigure you in the lover of these lands since it was designed by the architect Julián Delgado Úbeda. He was so passionate about the place that he decided to place the