• The Cantabrian environment with plants typical from the North of Spain.
• The Plant Factory showing the use of plants by human societies.
• “La Isla” Garden created in 1870 and demonstrated the use of gardening ever since.
• The Atlantic Route is an itinerary through the main vegetation landscapes of the North Atlantic.
Plant FactoryFurthermore, we find an example of traditional Asturian construction with Quintana de Rionda integrated by the house where the family lived, the stable for the animals, the cellar (llagar) for the preparation of natural cider, the grinding mill and the Asturian panera to store food away from moisture and animals.
La Isla GardenAbove all, the Atlantic Botanical Garden has more than 300,000 plants of 2,500 species distributed in different environments. The vegetation includes dunes, marshes, boreal forests and native forests with trees up to 400 years old. It is a haven of tranquility with well-marked paths for walking. Listen to the sound of River Peña Francia and the song of birds. The Autumn is here. Observe the change in the vegetation with the transformation towards the autumnal colors.
Atlantic RouteEven more, the Kids Forest is a space for children to learn with different elements integrated into the natural environment and enjoy the forest. There is also an observation platform at the lake.
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