We should start with Somiedo Natural Park. This natural park consists of woods, meadows, grassland, and aquatic vegetation. Due to the rural nature of the park, the flora and fauna have been perfectly preserved. This can clearly be seen as you stroll through the numerous walking paths. Somiedo Natural Park goes hand in hand with tradition, colours, relaxation and peace.
The flora will be a joy to see when you are visiting the Integral Nature Reserve in the Forest of Muniellos. Among its most representative attractions is the most exclusive oak forest in Europe. However, the view is further enriched with holly, beech and birch trees. There are strict visiting rules that include a daily limit of only 20 people. The forest's 55 square kilometres are a true visual and spiritual gem.
The bellowing of the deer is an amazing spectacle that takes place only at this time of the year. Do not be frightened by the loud howls of male deer! His only purpose is to attract the females on heat during the mating season. The male deer has to fight hard to prove his worth.
The never-ending Asturian attractions surprise us more and more. A good example of this are the buffoons of Pría, which are the cracks that have been opened up between the cliffs. On windy days,(very frequent during these months) the sea waves cause the water to drain through these cracks. This becomes a kind of visual and sound show as an architectural gift from the Gods.
To travel through time and history we recommend a visit to Os Teixois. This village has still maintained its originality even after all these years. Cascada del Cioyo, the Natural Park of Redes and collecting chestnuts are the other most attractive options.
In case you are interested in property investment, you should know that the real estate agency, Engel & Völkers, has new licenses in this area. If you want to know more information, you can refer to the company's official website.