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Discover the Roman Heritage of Gijon

Discover the Roman Heritage of Gijon

The Roman baths of Campo Valdes (Termas Romanas de Campo Valdes) are an essential reference for the Roman heritage in Gijon. The museum is located underground near Saint Peter church in the neighborhood of Cimavilla. […]

St Peter's Day in Gijon

St Peter’s Day in Gijon

The coastal city of Gijon in the region of Asturias in northern Spain celebrates Saint Peter’s Day. This Dia de San Pedro takes place every year on the 29th June. Besides, the earlier celebration of Saint John […]

The coastal walk of San Lorenzo

The coastal walk of San Lorenzo

Gijon is located on the coast of central Asturias by the Cantabric sea in the Gulf of Biscay. Three urban beaches (San Lorenzo, Poniente, and El Arbeyal) hold ISO quality certifications 9001 and 14001. This […]

Relax at the Atlantic Botanical Garden

Relax at the Atlantic Botanical Garden

The Atlantic Botanical Garden (Jardín Botánico Atlántico) in Gijon is an open-air museum specialized in Atlantic vegetation with more than 30.000 plants in approximately 25 hectares. It is the ideal location to relax on your […]

A beautiful Christmas in Gijon!

A beautiful Christmas in Gijon!

Gijon shines with beautiful Christmas decorations throughout this coastal city in Northern Spain. The Christmas holiday season is here! Either if you are passing by, or coming back to Gijon to enjoy Christmas with family […]

Sightseeing

Winter is coming… and Cimavilla celebrates!
Sightseeing

Winter is coming… Cimavilla celebrates!

Cimavilla is the oldest district in Gijon city center, and also known as Cimadevilla. It is a quaint neighborhood with that smooth feeling you often get when visiting old European cities. Its long history goes […]

An exceptional ethnographic museum in Gijon
Culture

Exceptional ethnographic museum in Gijon

Muséu del Pueblu d’Asturies is an ethnographic museum founded in 1968 in Gijon. Its primary objective is preserving the history of the Asturian people. The name translates as Museum of the People of Asturias. The […]

Culture

Culture

Asturias Day in Gijon

Gijon celebrates Asturias Day during the first Sunday in August. This celebration revolves around the promotion of Asturian culture and traditions. It takes place around the old quarter of the city in Cimavilla and Santa […]

Discover the Roman Heritage of Gijon
Culture

Discover the Roman Heritage of Gijon

The Roman baths of Campo Valdes (Termas Romanas de Campo Valdes) are an essential reference for the Roman heritage in Gijon. The museum is located underground near Saint Peter church in the neighborhood of Cimavilla. […]

St Peter's Day in Gijon
Culture

St Peter’s Day in Gijon

The coastal city of Gijon in the region of Asturias in northern Spain celebrates Saint Peter’s Day. This Dia de San Pedro takes place every year on the 29th June. Besides, the earlier celebration of Saint John […]

Nearby

Powerful sea at Bufones de Pria
Nearby

Powerful sea at Bufones de Pria

The so-called Bufones are natural phenomena produced by the erosion of sea and rain in limestone rock, therefore creating galleries and chimneys connecting the sea and the coast. The most famous in Asturias are Bufones de […]

ENJOYING A FUN DAY IN THE SNOW!
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Enjoying a fun day in the snow!

Gijon is a coastal city on the shore of the Cantabric Sea in the Gulf of Biscay in the northwest of Spain. One of the great advantages is the proximity to skiing resorts in over […]