Covadonga, Cangas de Onís, Asturias, Spain - The statue of La Santina, the tomb of king Pelayo and that of king Alfonso I, are in a cave, with access via a large staircase. A spring flows out of the cave and below this there is a fountain with seven spouts. On the altar, a gold panel represents the battle of Covadonga. A shrine and place of worship
Santa Cristina de Lena is a Roman Catholic Asturian pre-Romanesque church located in the Lena municipality, about 25 km south of Oviedo, Spain, on an old Roman road that joined the lands of the plateau with Asturias... #Asturias #Spain
La ruta del Cares The path that follows the gorge of Cares’ river is the most spectacular route for mountain walks and it is the best known in the Principado of Asturias. Without any doubt, this is the best known of the Peaks of Europe, and according to several statistics this is also the mountain route most used in Spain.