Matching the track of the E-9 GR, this path will lead you to discover the area from a different view. You will discover the most stunning nooks of the Asturias’ eastern coast. You will pass through beaches, cliffs, rocks and bufones (typical phenomenon that occurs in karst caves), which you'll enjoy during your breaks.
It's a cycle tour, free of motor vehicles, allowing you to stay in intense contact with nature.
We help you to choose the section to be carried out, getting the bikes to the start of your journey and we'll pick up them when finished, bringing you up to your vehicle.
We plan the path in different sections, lasting around 4 hours each, with starting and end points to facilitate logistics.
The different sections are:
BUELNA – LLANES
LLANES – SAN ANTOLIN DE BEDÓN
SAN ANTOLIN DE BEDÓN – BUFONES DE PRÍA
BUFONES DE PRÍA – RIBADESELLA
Within the Picos de Europa National Park
Our electric bikes will allow you to deal with this mythical mountain pass in a comfortable and simple way. Starting from the gate of the Picos de Europa National Park, this route ends up in the environment of Enol and Ercina Lakes.
Structured on two levels, this circular route starting and ending in Porrúa runs through spaces where careful intervention of man is observed over time, as a result of their livestock activity. It goes through the hillside linking several villages and passing through wooded areas, grasslands and rivers courses, finding ourselves also small buildings for livestock and, at other times, pastors.
The Ethnographic Museum of the East of Asturias is located in the village of Porrúa, a highly recommended visit.
Las 3 leches
This route runs through three of the Councils of the East of Asturias: Llanes, Onís and Cabrales.
Mostly by secondary roads, steady ground, dodging the mountains that separate the three councils. The sensation gotten is sometimes aerial, with amazing views of Picos de Europa.
This is a long route that will take us the whole day to do it in a relaxed way, with a break for lunch. This route allows you to make an interpretation of the landscape of the Eastern Asturias in a comprehensive manner, sighting the successive mountain chains, valleys etc.