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Cheap flights to Asturias

Asturias or officially known as the Principality of Asturias is an autonomous community that is located in northwest Spain. Asturias is divided into eight comarcas or counties, and it is bordered by Cantabria to the east, by Castile and León to the south, by Galicia to the west, and by the Bay of Biscay to the north. The region’s capital is Oviedo, while the largest city is Gijón.

The climate in Asturias is the same as with the rest of northwest Spain, where it is more varied than that of southern parts of the country. Summers in Asturias are generally humid and warm with considerable sunshine but also with some rain, while the winters are cold with some very cold snaps.

What to see & do

Catedral de San Salvador - This is a pre-Romanesque chapel built by Alfonso II in order to house holy relics. Tourists will be interested in visiting the chapel as it contains several key symbols of medieval Spanish Christianity and is a small part of a much bigger complex that was built piecemeal over many years, chiefly in Gothic and Broque styles between the 13th and 18th centuries.

Cueva de Tito Bustillo - Tourists who are interested in viewing some cave art that were done in 13,000-12,000 BC should visit this World Heritage–listed cave, which is located at a short distance south of the western end of the Sella bridge.

Playa del Silencio - Those who want to find a beautiful beach can check out this location. It is considered as one of Spain's most beautiful beaches. It features a long sandy cove backed by a natural rock amphitheatre.

How to get around within Asturias

Travellers who are concerned with public transportation in Asturias will be pleased that it has a reliable public transport system. The common forms of public transportation in Asturias are trains and buses. Spain's national RENFE rail network provides trains that regularly depart to and from the Spanish interior. Major stops include the regional capital, Oviedo, and the main coastal city, Gijón. There is another train which is maintained by the FEVE rail company that links the centre of the region with Eastern and Western Asturias. Buses are run by the ALSA company. These buses link Avilés, Gijón, Oviedo, and Mieres with Madrid and other major towns, several times a day. There are also services to Barcelona, Salamanca, León, Valladolid, A Coruña, Bilbao, Seville, San Sebastián, Paris, Brussels, and Nice.

How to get there

Those who plan to visit Asturias can book their flights directly to the Asturias Airport. Cheap flights are available at Skyscanner where a comprehensive list of destination and their corresponding airlines are provided. Not only that, they include promo fares and the cheapest possible flights there is for a certain destination. Airlines that serve the Asturias Airport include Air Europa, easyJet, Volotea, And Vueling.

Flights to Asturias

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