If there’s such a thing as the perfect combination of culture, nature and gastronomy, then you’ll find it in Asturias. The first thing to catch your attention when you travel to this region in what is known as Green Spain is its spectacular scenery. This can be seen in places such as the Picos de Europa National Park, and at one of its most legendary sites: the Covadonga Lakes.
Enjoy beautiful beaches in Llanes, Ribadesella, Gijón and Cudillero. These magnificent settings are ideal for contemplating from any of the numerous viewing points, or for enjoying a range of water sports such as surfing.
Gastronomy in Asturias is synonymous with a total dedication to the cult of good food. Cabrales cheese, the typical Asturian bean stew known as “fabada”, cider made from local apples. There are a whole host of typical dishes and products that are guaranteed to leave visitors with a delicious aftertaste.
Its cultural attractions include a range of important monuments in Oviedo and in the Kingdom of Asturias (the delightful churches of Santa María del Naranco, San Miguel de Lillo and San Julián de Prados, for example) which have been declared World Heritage sites by the UNESCO.
Also visit the various archaeological sites, caves and museums of rock art to be found throughout the area. They feature spectacular paintings and engravings dating from as long ago as 25,000 years B.C.
La Rioja Alta is famous for being a land of exceptional wine. The towns and villages, set amid vineyards and wineries, are all almost exclusively involved in wine production.
It is also a region with a long history, and home to a stretch of the Way of Saint James, the ancient pilgrims' route through Europe. The various castles we are going to visit are proof of its heroic past, marked by various battles and wars between nobles.
Its location at the intersection of Europe and Africa make Morocco a real crossroads. Bordered by the waters of the Mediterranean and open to the vast stretches of the Atlantic Ocean.
Here where influences converge, you will find vestiges of the great Mediterranean civilizations, such as the Roman ruins at Volubilis in the north and architectural works attesting to the old French presence in Rabat.
See the treasures of Muslim civilizations scattered throughout the rest of the country, including the Kasbah of the Udayas, the green expanses of the Menara gardens and many other examples of the myriad dynasties that succeeded one another.
The landscapes themselves are magnificent. Morocco features both sea and mountain and is home to the full range of Mediterranean climates, which surrender to the sands of the Sahara.
The country serves up marvelous vistas that you will enjoy soaking in and discovering for yourself. With its mix of diverse, captivating panoramas and a rich kaleidoscope of culture, Morocco is an unbeatable destination.See the Tours