The diverse and rich cultural heritage of the region of Asturias including the town of Asturias, the capital city of Asturias, along with the surrounding countryside offer a unique opportunity for visitors to come and explore the real wealth of this unique region. With the incredible variety of landscapes, climate, culture, traditions and food, Asturias offers a wonderful opportunity for outdoor recreation and leisure activity for people from all walks of life. Here are some top picks for places to visit and discover in Asturias, Spain.
The town of Asturias is named after the River St Lazarus that flows through the region. This river provides the region with an abundant variety of natural and cultivated land that is both useful and beautiful. A typical region in Spain, Asturias has a tradition of farming the land, known as arroz, and earning a good amount of money from it. The town of Asturias is located on a peninsula surrounded by the sea and mountains and is surrounded by a number of hamlets, towns and villages that are filled with rich culture, traditions and history. The region is known as the land of beaches and hills and has been a holiday hotspot for people from all around the world since the 16th century. The climate of Asturias is very pleasant, with the only notable exception being the rainy season, which can be quite severe at times.
Another great attraction in Asturias is the region's agricultural lands. Some of the major farmlands in the region include Torrevieja, a large barley producer; Lluis, a large dairy producer; Garifuna, a large sugar producer; and the Urubamba, a large fruit producer. Asturias agricultural lands provide many of the local people with a good amount of money throughout the year. Garifuna and Urubamba produce most of the sugar in the region, while Lluis and Torrevieja focus mainly on dairy products. Each family farms their own small piece of agricultural land, allowing them to specialize in a specific type of crop depending on the weather and available harvest.
Asturias economy is based largely on fishing and animal husbandry. Many rural areas have their own fishermen who catch fish and bring them back to the community. The other main industry in the region is animal husbandry. Many Asturian families raise cattle, sheep and goats and provide good quality meat and milk for local markets. Cattle are worth much money in the region because they are able to provide milk and meat for the local market. People also raise horses and oxen for transportation, breeding and other requirements.
The final reason why the region is popular for holiday rentals is the variety of activities that are available. Asturias has beautiful landscapes, mountains, lakes, deserts, rivers and other natural attractions. It also has a good network of roads and railways. Tourists can choose from day trips, overnight trips and self drive tours.
Vacation rentals in the region allow visitors to save money for hotel costs and stay at comfortable hotels while travelling. They also allow . . . . . . people to escape the normal limitations of touring and living in a certain place. While on holiday a tourist can sample the local food and wine, which is good and cheaper than eating in tourist restaurants. They can also go for trekking or fly to remote parts of the region which are only accessible by planes or boats.