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Puerto Luarca, Asturias, Spain

Puerto Luarca is also known as Puerto Deportivo Luarca and it is located in the town with the same name and it is very attractive both as a town and as a port. This marina can be found in the municipality of Valdes and it used to home of Severo Ochoa, a famous doctor. Travellers will be able to spend an amazing time on these lands while admiring the historical attractions of the area and relaxing next to the charming shores. The Capilla de la Atalaya y Faro, the Panrico Gardens, the Indian Homes, the Calamar Gigante Centre, are just a few of the popular attractions here. Marina is well protected by the harbour and the buildings of the town that can be seen next to the shore offer this place a special aspect. Tourists will be able to find accommodation services such as the Hotel Rural 3 Cabos, the Casona El Gurugu, the Hotel Villa de Luarca, etc. the famous Way of St James passes Luarca and offers tourists the opportunity of admiring spectacular sights.

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Cancellation Policy of Puerto Luarca : restrictive

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Attractions in Asturias

The Principality of Asturias is also known as the Principado de Asturias in Spanish and Principau d’Asturies in Asturian. This autonomous community is situated in the north-western side of Spain, having a Celtic aspect and being covered by green, spectacular vegetation that shows the rich origins of the region. This is a place where historic tales are told by every rock and cliff, and where the tourists will experience an amazing sensation of freedom. Asturias is divided into 8 counties and it is bordered by Cantabria, Castile, Leon, Galicia and the Bay of Biscay. The beauty of this land is also given by the welcoming culture that is able to easily adopt every single tourist in its warm embrace.

Archaeological and geological evidence points that this territory was inhabited long before other lands in Europe were even discovered. The history of this place goes way back, into the age of Homo Erectus. Long before our times, the Neanderthals, the Celts, the Astures... more info