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Four examples of rural tourism plans that can be made in Asturias during this December bridge.

The Principality of Asturias is unsurpassed when we speak of rural tourism, its landscape and ethnographic wealth covers the whole territory, from the east to the center and the west. Countless plans can be devised to immerse yourself in a culture of inexhaustible wealth, history and living traditions, untamed nature, hospitable people, and hospitable accommodations with cozy charm.


Hotel Pleamar. Puerto de Vega, Navia

The Asturian West with its impressive cultural and ethnographic richness houses 14 of our rural hotels of exquisite charm.

Marine culture, livestock interior nature and endless landscapes, pre-Romanesque, medieval and transhumant imprint, the brown bear, Somiedo biosphere reserve, like Oscos, cultural paradise of ethnography, iron, and hiking, … in this spectacular surroundings are distributed fourteen of our select rural hotels. (more…)

Hotel Palacio Fernandez Heres

In the Asturian historical area around the Central Mountain, “La Puerta de Asturias”, between mining basins, wild nature, and the great urban centers of the Principality, are distributed 9 of our rural hotels of great charm.

From the Asturian Mining Basins with its valleys and rivers, to Oviedo, the Asturian capital full of life and culture, Gijón, prehistoric, avant-garde and rural, the Camin Real de la Mesa, the Bear Trail, … the center of Asturias brimming with diversity and richness of culture, landscape, history, …


The east of Asturias, the “land of the rising sun”, where the Picos de Europa flows into the sea, houses 22 of our rural hotels that you should know.

The east of Asturias means dreamlike landscapes, cliffs, sandy beaches and spectacular coves. Where the green of the meadows mix with the blue of the sea, and the beaches are surrounded by cliffs with fossil dinosaur footprints and rock art caves. (more…)

Playa de Oleiros, Cudillero ©Turismo Asturias/Arnaud Späni

It could be said that all the rural hotels that make up our quality club are coastal hotels because in Asturias the sea merges with the mountain in a small geographic space.

In fact our most southern hotel, the Hotel Palacio Alvaro Florez-Estrada, in the town of Pola de Somiedo, is only 50 km. Of the sea drawing an imaginary straight line to the port of Cudillero. (more…)

Valle del Lago Somiedo ©Turismo Asturias/Paco Currás S.L.

With the arrival of summer, there are endless possibilities for planning holidays and short breaks in our rural hotels.

There are endless plans in Asturias for the summer, where our land becomes a nature garden, an authentic coastal destination, and the perfect place to discover the Asturian mountain, which is friendly and welcoming with the visitor. (more…)

La Casona del Viajante, Piloña

Casonas Asturianas proposes an offer of hotels in Asturias with marked rural character in beautiful places throughout the Principality.

There are 45 rural hotels located throughout Asturias that under the Casonas brand offer an accommodation offer with quality assurance. (more…)

Lago Ercina, Cangas de Onís ©Turismo Asturias/Paco Currás S.L.

High peaks and deep valleys are what the National Park of the Picos de Europa offers you to be in contact and enjoy nature.

The Picos de Europa National Park, with an area of ​​646 km2, is one of the most beautiful spots in the north of the Iberian peninsula. Its privileged enclave in the Cantabrian cornice extends by the east Asturian. (more…)

Parque Natural de Las Ubiñas - La Mesa, Quirós ©Turismo Asturias - Juanjo Arrojo

By land, sea or air, this May 1st holiday you can enjoy the natural paradise of Asturias near any of our rural accommodations.

If there is something that we are experts in is the bridges, we do not refer to those who join rivers, but rather those who join days off, those that bring a smile to your face when you look at the calendar a month before. (more…)

Somiedo ©Turismo Asturias/Gonzalo Azumendi

At this season our rural hotels receive numerous pilgrims from the Camino de Santiago Asturiano and its miles full of history and culture.

With the arrival of spring and the good weather also the pilgrims arrive to our lands. The Camino de Santiago Asturiano and Casonas Asturianas offer an unforgettable experience with nature and the people who live in the lands through which it runs. (more…)

We are pleased to introduce Hotel Casa de Castro as a new member of our Quality Club Casonas Asturianas.

Hotel Casa de Castro located in the village of Cartavio, Coana Council, is the last rural hotel in joining our association Casonas Asturianas. (more…)

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The IV European Congress of Rural Tourism is celebrated this year on 23 and 24 May in Asturias where Casonas Asturianas participates with a presentation and presence in the area of ​​exhibitors.

Coetur is an initiative of the portal escapadarural.com and the Public Society for Tourism and Cultural Management and Promotion of the Principality of Asturias which is organized in order to try to pool the issues of the rural tourism sector in Spain. (more…)

Reserva Natural Integral de Muniellos ©Turismo Asturias/Noé Baranda

This season of year of transition between the summer sun and winter wetness is ideal for planning a stay in the Principality.

Autumn is a beautiful season to enjoy Asturias. Green fields and woodlands are changing to golden colours. Our parks are full of sensations for sight and smell.


Tapia de Casariego ©Turismo Asturias/Juanjo Arrojo

The summer period is extended in the Principality offering its wonders with seasonal offer in our accommodations.

With a moderate climate and sea water temperature, the summer period extends on our territory offering untouched nature, gastronomy and culture with seasonal offer of our country hotels with quality mark Casonas.

Posada del Valle. Parres.

The purpose of our club is since 1994 Casonas Asturianas group of Asturias rural hotels that stand out for their charm.

With hotels throughout the Principality bring our partnership offers the public a quality rural tourism accommodation where highlight the beauty of the environment, architectural distinction and equipment, and competent service and thoughtful.


Río Esva, Valdés. ©Turismo Asturias/Alejandro Badía

Asturias Paraiso Natural is more than a slogan, represents the essence of our land where nature is disconnected.

The nature that opens before us in the Principality invites you to enjoy, to forget everything and go with this land of contrasts.


Find the dream for your short break or holiday in Asturias hotel is simple with the help of our Quality Club.

Because we are a selection of rural hotels of different styles and abilities but with the common denominator of excellence in the management and treatment. (more…)

Lago del Valle de Somiedo ©Turismo-Asturias/Gonzalo Azumendi
Lago del Valle de Somiedo ©Turismo-Asturias/Gonzalo Azumendi

In the West Asturian extends between green valleys Somiedo Natural Park, declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.

In the middle central area of the Cantabrian mountain range and the municipality of Somiedo fully Inclusions in the park, run through its 29,122 hectares valleys Saliencia, Valle del Lago, Puerto and Pola de Somiedo, Perlunes and Pigüeña, with its five rivers corresponding with the same names. (more…)

Caso-Redes ©Turismo Asturias/Manuel S. Calvo

Desde nuestro Club proponemos una oferta de turismo rural con base en la autenticidad y la riqueza cultural del entorno.

Un entorno cuya esencia permanece atrapada en nuestros hoteles, donde pasar unos días en cualquiera de ellos es sumergirse en una cultura y naturaleza arraigada en el tiempo. (more…)

Carbayón de Valentín, Tineo ©Turismo Asturias/Alejandro Badía

En el occidente asturiano habita el que podría ser el roble más longevo de Asturias, un carbayo de 16 metros de altura y 10 de perímetro.

El Carbayón de Tineo asienta sus raíces en el pueblo de Valentín y es desde 1995 monumento natural protegido.


Si hablamos de alojamiento rural en Asturias los hoteles de nuestro club son referente y garantía de estancias de calidad turística.

Nuestra misión es la de asegurar que el alojamiento sea una experiencia de turismo rural a la altura del entorno en el que nos encontramos.


Villa la Argentina. Valdés

Each hotel of our club has its own uniqueness, but they all have in common representing Asturias in essence.

Our old houses renovated colonial-style houses, small rustic hotels, palaces and mansions, embody the spirit of this land bathed by the blue sea, nature in its purest form, and captivating cityscapes.


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El Asturcón es una raza de caballo rústico asturiano de alzada media, grupa inclinada, pectoral musculado, y cola abundante, que habita en libertad en las montañas asturianas.

De origen salvaje, fue domesticado y utilizado para monta y tiro por los astures. Sus orígenes son prehistóricos, apareciendo incluso en pinturas rupestres de las cuevas de Tito Bustillo en Ribadesella y Caramín de la Peña en Grado.


La Casona del viajante - Piloña

Desde Casonas Asturianas pretendemos facilitar el encuentro de ese hotel rural soñado, con garantía de satisfacción asegurada.

Porque los alojamientos que podrás encontrar en nuestra asociación son aval de cuidado detalle, trato exquisito, y auténtica experiencia de turismo rural.


Villanueva de Oscos © Turismo Asturias - Pablo López

Desde Casonas Asturianas tenemos el placer de presentar la nueva versión de nuestra web adaptada a los nuevos tiempos.

Una renovación adecuada a la forma de navegar de hoy en día, compatible con dispositivos, y con un diseño limpio y moderno, que esperamos facilite la manera de hacer llegar la información de los hoteles rurales con encanto que forman parte de nuestra asociación.


La localidad Sierense de Valdesoto acoge como cada año la representación tradicional de los Sidros y Comedies que tendrá lugar el domingo 10 de enero a partir de las 12:30 en su campo de la iglesia.

Los “Sidros” son los tradicionales “Guirrios” que recuperan el espíritu del “Antroxu Asturianu” y de las populares manifestaciones antaño denominadas “Mazcaraes d´iviernu”.


Caravia © Turismo Asturias / Benedicto Santos

El Camino de Santiago, inaugurado por el rey Astur Alfonso II el Casto, que cogiendo su caballo peregrinó hasta Santiago, donde la leyenda situaba la tumba del Apóstol, suma en su etapa Asturiana cinco recorridos, conexionados entre ellos con dos tramos declarados Patrimonio Mundial por la Unesco.

Una peregrinación espiritual que millones de peregrinos han realizado a lo largo de la historia y que mantiene viva esta tradición de paso por la historia y la cultura viva del Principado.


Quesos Afuega'l Pitu, Grado © Turismo Asturias / Marcos Vega García
Quesos Afuega'l Pitu, Grado © Turismo Asturias / Marcos Vega García

La extraordinaria riqueza gastronómica asturiana posee actualmente siete Denominaciones de Origen Protegidas. Siete joyas culinarias que anclan sus raíces en lo más profundo de la historia y cultura asturiana de sus zonas de origen.

La Denominación Protegida se ocupa de preservar el nombre y la calidad de los productos, y su fidelidad a la fabricación y cultivo tradicional que los hace únicos.