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Hiking in Asturias

+ 4,400 km of safe and well marked hiking trails

Asturias, located on the Cantabrian coast, in northwestern Spain, is a true paradise for hiking. Due to its varied orography and its rural and mountain landscapes, it offers many possible routes, for all levels and physical requirements.

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What people are saying about these trips

Austin Wood


August, 2020

5-day trek Picos de Europa Covadonga-Western Massif

From the beginning to the end, Ruben and the Explore-Share team were fantastic. Ruben made the 4 day hike enjoyable, educational, and overall a ton of fun. He was super knowledgeable and even during the toughest part of the hikes, we felt incredibly safe. Very thankful for finding explore-share and I'll definitely use them again. I also would be sure to recommend Ruben to anyone looking to hike the Picos!



March, 2020

Trekking tour in Picos de Europa, Spain – La Hermida Gorge

We went to La Hermida Gorge with Andrés, and I must say he is very professional, and also fun and easygoing. I'm sure we'll do more adventures with him!



October, 2019

5-day trek in Picos de Europa, Spain

This was a fantastic trip, and it exceeded all of our expectations! Our guide Alberto was amazing, as he was able to exactly pace our group as we needed. His experience and knowledge truly showed on this trip. I would highly recommend your company and Alberto as a guide to anyone wanting to see the Picos de Europa.

Heike Egberts


June, 2018

5-day trek in Picos de Europa, Spain

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There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Spain

The Principality of Asturias is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 2013, scientists discovered the oldest human settlement in the region. More than 400,000 years ago, the 'Homo Heidelbergensis' lived there, in Cabo Busto (Valdés).


Good to know:

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Spanish and Asturian


The climate in Asturias is generally oceanic, with abundant rainfall throughout the year and mild temperatures both in winter and summer

How to get there

Asturias is quite isolated due to its mountainous relief. Route A-66 connects it to Seville, as it crosses the Cantabrian mountain range. You can also get there by train from the rest of the peninsula. Its airport has daily connections with Palma de Mallorca, Madrid, Barcelona, Lanzarote and Seville. There are weekly flights to other cities in Spain and Europe such as Brussels, London and Geneva


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