Hotel-Restaurante Casa Pepe

Soto de Cangas, Abamia, Cangas de Onis, Asturias, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Cangas de Onis

The best campsite in the universe

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon

8

Ah Asturias, why are your waters warmer than southern Portugal? Anyways, this is the most expensive campground we've been too so far, but also the best view by far. You get both the ocean and the mountains from Picos de Europa. The camping is called La Paz, maybe because it's on a cliff above the ...

Lovely Llanes

A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton

2
60

... with people and council workers appeared with hand made straw brooms to sweep up all the flower petals. I felt very lucky to have chanced upon this day to visit. There are lots of lovely walks in and around Llanes and it's church, Iglesia de Santa Maria, is one of the most significant waypoints on the Camino de Santiago. I walked through the marina up to the fishing port where the Cubes of Memory by ...

Ribadesella, for the pre-historic art

A travel blog entry by petkatravels

5

... of space, ( we don't know what you call them-no wonder they have found artefacts from many groups living in the caves over a long period of time), before reaching the main cave wall display. There are two horses that are immediately obvious, but as the guide shines his torch on other parts, and especially when you crouch down and look up, many more animals come to light! It is amazing how the artist used the contours of the rock to make ...

Excursion #1! (Ashley)

A travel blog entry by em_and_ash9394

5

... rain of my life for a walking tour. That was so bad! I bought an umbrella for 7.50€ and the freezing wind broke it before I could even use it! Once we reached the church I was happy though! We went to the Colegiata de Santillana del Mar and saw some great architecture. It was amazing to see a building that old (12th century)!

Later, we headed to San Vicente de la Barquera for lunch. Finally, a ...

Cangas de Onis, a spectacular area

A travel blog entry by petkatravels

37

... our stops was to look at a traditional wolf trap. The photo board explained it very well.

We spent time just relaxing, wandering through town looking at the villas, plazas etc and enjoying the food.
We experienced the traditional cider pouring technique, firstly by the young man at the sidraria and then by the "doll" that was made in the image of the owner restauranteur. Can you see the likeness? He ...

Location

This hotel is located on Soto de Cangas, Abamia, Cangas de Onis.
Map this hotel
 

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel-Restaurante Casa Pepe Cangas de Onis

1.00 of 5 stars Poor

Other places to stay in Cangas de Onis