The Camino de Santiago from Gijón begins with its magnificent San Lorenzo Beach and runs, to a large extent, parallel to the Cantabrian Sea, dotted with beautiful coastal towns such as Pitu (Cudillero), Navia, Luarca, Tapia de Casariego and, with an end spectacular in Ribadeo, overlooking the river that gives its name to the town. Beautiful Casonas de Indianos, we will come across many places on this route of the Northern Way.
Gijón - Avilés Stage

What to see in the Camino del Santiago del Norte from Gijón (Gijón Stage> Avilés)

In Aviles the Oscar Niemeyer International Cultural Center: The complex sits on a plot of 44.213 square meters, with a total constructed area of ​​16.726 square meters. It consists of five independent parts, and at the same time complementary, that form this unique space in Aviles.

Old town of Avilés, declared a Historic-Artistic Complex, has one of the most beautiful historical centers of Asturias, thanks to an extraordinary mix of nature, traditional and ancient architecture and small, well-kept details.

The Plaza Mayor is the place with more atmosphere of Avilés and is characterized by the row of columns that surrounds it.

Galiana Street, which is one of the most popular and busiest streets in Aviles. It is a pedestrian street full of arcades, where the beautiful balconies of the buildings that are along its entire route stand out.

Chapel of the Christ or San Pedro.

Balsera Palace.

Palace of the Marquis de Ferrera.

Aviles Stage - El Pitu

What to see on the Camino del Santiago del Norte from Gijón (Avilés Stage> El Pitu)

Muros de Nalón, former coal port of San Esteban de Pravia: it was the first and only coal port in Spain and had its peak of activity at the beginning of the XNUMXth century when the Fuso de la Reina - San Esteban de Pravia railway line was built to transport the coal ore to the port to be transferred to iron and steel industries in the Basque Country.

Saltwater pools

Valdecazarna and Vallehermoso Palace.

In El Pitu: The Church of Jesus the Nazarene and the Palace of Selgas or La Quinta.

Stages El Pitu - Soto de Luiña - Cadavedo

What to see on the Camino de Santiago del Norte from Gijón (El Pitu Stage> Soto de Luiña> Cadavedo)

In Soto de Luiña: The Church of Santa María: from the 1716th century, it has niches on its façade that have enough stone carvings from XNUMX. Inside, an interesting set of baroque altarpieces stands out.

El Pilgrims hospital of the Virgen del Rosario.

Cadavedo Stage - Ribadeo

In Cadavedo the Hermitage of the Regalina.

In Luarca the Chapel of the Watchtower and its cemetery, located in "The Watchtower" which offers spectacular views of the harbor and the bay.

Town Hall Square: in the center of town, in the square of Alfonso X the Wise, is the Town Hall, a building with influences from European modernism and built at the beginning of the century by the Asturian architect Manuel de Busto.

The Ferrera Palace.

What to see on the Camino de Santiago del Norte from Gijón

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