Top things to do in Cangas de Onís

Top Choice Asturian in Cangas de Onís

El Molín de la Pedrera

This good-value, stone-and-brick-walled family-run eatery wins with both its traditional Asturian dishes – such as fabada (bean, meat and sausage stew), tortos de maíz (maize cakes) and local cheese platters – as we…
Food & Drinks in Cangas de Onís

Quesos Aquilino

Cangas abounds in shops selling Asturian food and drink specialities. This place, in business since 1865, is packed floor-to-ceiling with one of the region's best selections of local cheeses, meats, ciders, marmalad…
Chapel in Cangas de Onís

Capilla de Santa Cruz

This tiny chapel was built in the mid-20th century to replace its 8th-century predecessor (erected by Pelayo's son Favila), which was destroyed during the Spanish Civil War. The 1940s rebuilders discovered that the …
Asturian in Cangas de Onís

La Sifonería

Crammed with ancient cider-making siphons, blue-and-white-tiled walls and photos of the friendly cider-pouring owners, this wonderfully down-to-earth tapas spot is perfect for tucking into uncomplicated Asturian coo…
Seafood in Cangas de Onís

El Campanu

Near the Roman bridge, this bustling sidrería (cider house) and marisquería (seafood restaurant) specialises in fresh fish and shellfish, with a menu that ranges from seafood arroces (rice dishes) to grilled catch o…
Asturian in Cangas de Onís

Los Arcos

Part smart restaurant, part simple cafe, part bustling sidrería, Los Arcos pulls in a lot of its fans with its €15 menú, available for lunch and dinner. It also offers a good range of raciones of local meats, seafoo…
Bridge in Cangas de Onís

Puente Romano

Arching like a cat in fright, the so-called 'Roman Bridge' that spans the Río Sella was actually built in the 13th century, but is no less beautiful for its mistaken identity. From it hangs a 1939 copy of the Cruz d…
Asturian in Cangas de Onís

Parador de Cangas de Onís

Dine on elegantly prepared traditional Asturian dishes inside an evocative former monastery built on the site of early Asturian king Favila's palace.