Hotel Aldama Golf

Address: Las Callejas s/n. Quintana, Quintana, Llanes, Asturias, 33594, Spain | Inn
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This inn is located on Las Callejas s/n. Quintana, Quintana.
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    Travel Blogs from Quintana

    Lazy day in Potes...

    A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Sep 08, 2015

    4 photos

    ... hills to find a nice ride a biker told me about - roadworks stopped play! Yep whole road was dug up. However when surrounded by mountain roads it does not take long to fine some twisties although riding bitumen on full knobblies is not much fun! Went to the end of the road by my camp site and found a great photo opportunity made it my profile pic. Back at site a quick swim I. The site pool was I order before a stroll I to ...

    Santander to Picos de Europa ...

    A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Sep 07, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... any traffic or trucks and everyone seemed to be sticking to the 120 km hr speed when in Rome. Recognised a few bikes from the Ferry couple of GS1200's and they wave their boots at me as passed. Off the main A8 highway and back into a road that seemed so familiar a gorge with tight twisties - just a few caravans and slow vehicles to pass. Saw a couple of bikers who also had GPS issues at the port both on GS1200's. Caught them up but reminded ...

    Thunderstorms, Rioja and Mick Gets Lost

    A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Aug 31, 2015

    8 photos

    ... enough is enough and ride to the nearest campsite and set up the tents.

    The campsite is on the cliffs between two sandy coves. It is a bit like the north Cornish coast, rocky and wild. This coast does not appear very touristic. Llanes is a working town, no glitz or glitter, no postcards or silly hats. There are a number of campervans and tents on site but nobody looks like they are on holiday.

    The Picos: Saving the best 'til last?

    A travel blog entry by lynnib on Aug 08, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... path provides a safe route for walkers such as ourselves. This is an impressive feat of engineering, clinging to the cliff face and tunnelling through rock. Although the track is fairly flat, wide enough for two side-by-side, generally good surface, it is not ideal for sufferers of vertigo. Indeed, we encountered many who seemed to shift 'lanes' on approaching us to be on the safer inside edge away from the precipitous drop. There are a number of bridges, arches ...

    Garganta del Cares

    A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Aug 07, 2015

    11 photos

    ... we passed through a series of low, wet tunnels to emerge at the end of the gorge among the meadows of Cain.

    A tremendous day.

    A final culinary speciality of the Picos is the ultra-tangy blue cheeses made with untreated cow's-milk cheese and matured in mountain caves. Sophie quite enjoyed trying these; Sam rather less so.

    Onward bus to Oviedo, via Arenas de Cabrales and Cangas de Onis, to Oviedo - 2.5hrs.