Category Archives: Arriondas

The winter showed up late!!!

The winter showed up late to Asturias. The last and heaviest snowfall in Asturias this winter has brought pleasing landscapes, besides traffic jams and road blockades. It is not this common to have snow at very low altitudes and even

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The winter showed up late!!!

The winter showed up late to Asturias. The last and heaviest snowfall in Asturias this winter has brought pleasing landscapes, besides traffic jams and road blockades. It is not this common to have snow at very low altitudes and even

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Casona at Arriondas

Originally posted on Making Time To Live!:
This weekend Ben and John, the Making Time To Live founders got together in John’s home ground, Asturias, Northern Spain, to Make Time To Live! The weather did NOT cooperate (we had floods,…

Casona at Arriondas

Originally posted on Making Time To Live!:
This weekend Ben and John, the Making Time To Live founders got together in John’s home ground, Asturias, Northern Spain, to Make Time To Live! The weather did NOT cooperate (we had floods,…

The yellow pathway to “Las Rozas”

Hiking and jogging are a few of the outdoor activities that can be a good alternative to explore the scenic and rural beauty of Asturias. There are several yellow pathways along the Principality used to practice these activities; one of

The yellow pathway to “Las Rozas”

Hiking and jogging are a few of the outdoor activities that can be a good alternative to explore the scenic and rural beauty of Asturias. There are several yellow pathways along the Principality used to practice these activities; one of

Road to Peña Faces

This is a nice trekking route, starting in Arriondas it takes around 3 hours until reaching Coviella. The pictures were taken by Ana, student of the “Colegio Público Río Sella” during a school trip.

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Road to Peña Faces

This is a nice trekking route, starting in Arriondas it takes around 3 hours until reaching Coviella. The pictures were taken by Ana, student of the “Colegio Público Río Sella” during a school trip.

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The iron cannon of Arriondas

This cannon was made on the XVIII century, it most probably defended the Cadiz and Cartagena seashores during the XVIII and XIX centuries. It was purchased at an antique shop in 1968 by the Federación Española de Piragüismo, when Juan

The iron cannon of Arriondas

This cannon was made on the XVIII century, it most probably defended the Cadiz and Cartagena seashores during the XVIII and XIX centuries. It was purchased at an antique shop in 1968 by the Federación Española de Piragüismo, when Juan