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Make a holiday cottage in Cudillero your home away from home

With HomeAway you can pick out the holiday cottage in Cudillero for a perfect getaway. The setting is lovely, in a landscape of lush, green hills next to the Atlantic Ocean. At a Cudillero holiday home you’ll be close to picturesque old towns and fishing villages, with a wealth of outdoor adventure practically on your doorstep. Holiday homes in Cudillero are also authentic and rustic stone buildings – many are in secluded locations enjoying remarkable views of the coast. Most Cudillero holiday cottages feature spacious gardens and come with barbecues, ideal for the summer.

Things to do

-Coast. The town is set on a length of coast that features many unspoiled beaches, perfect for days by the sea in summer, or picnics and walking trips at any other time of year. One of the best is Playa del Silencia, a few kilometres west of Cudillero. It’s 500 metres in length, in the shade of rugged cliffs, and only accessible on foot.

-Outdoor recreation. Cudillero is at the trailhead of a choice of walking routes, varying in difficulty and each offering a different experience. Cudillero-El Pito is a gentle 6-kilometre walk that takes around 90 minutes to complete, offering views of the coast and cultural sites around the town. Alternatively you could discover the rich green hills of the hinterland on the way to the church of Santa Maria de Soto Luiña.

-Cuisine. The seafood in Astrias is superb, and many local dishes are based around it. One of the best known is Caldereta, a fish stew that also includes crab and lobster. A lot of fish dishes are cooked in cider, which is a famous local product. Inland a staple is Fabada Asturiana, a casserole made with chorizo, pork, ham and beans.

-Oviedo. The capital city of Asturias, Oviedo has been a political centre for centuries and is awash with rare early-medieval heritage. Among a catalogue of sights is the Cathedral of San Salvador, which is a 13th Century structure built over a cathedral from the 700s. Part of the structure is the UNESCO listed pre-Romanesque Holy Chamber of Oviedo from the 800s, and an exceptional piece of early Christianity.

-Local culture. Cudillero is a charming oceanfront town, still in use as a fishing port, and with a number of interesting old buildings. La Quinta de Seglas is a 19th Century structure best known for its interior, which boasts art by Goya and other baroque and renaissance artists, such as Luca Giordano and Luis de Morales.

Weather in Cudillero

The climate here is unlike any found elsewhere in Spain. Like other regions in the northern part of the country, temperatures are a little lower than on the Mediterranean, but unlike other parts of the north, frosts are also very rare - Asturias gets mild weather, even in the winter. Summers are moderate, with a mix of sunny and cloudy days, and highs in the mid-20s in July and August. This is the driest time of year with only a handful of rainy days per month. The other seasons are wetter, and mostly get temperatures in the teens.

Travel to Cudillero

The town of Cudillero is only a few kilometres west along the coast from Asturias Airport (OVD). This destination has links with airports in the UK via budget airlines. The A-8 will take you all the way from the airport to Cudillero. The town is also a terminus on the C-4 train line, linking Cudillero with the city of Gijón to the east and stopping at various villages and towns along the coast. Gijón also has long-distance connections to Madrid and Barcelona.

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Cudillero Holiday Cottages & Apartments (164)

 

Recent Reviews

Fantastic experience! Apartment was perfect!

5 of 5
It was a lovely apartment in a fantastic location. We were very well looked after with great tips about the local area.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 08, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017

An ideal property for a holiday with a welcoming owner.

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The property is full of character, clean and well equipped! The owner is friendly and helpful!
  • Review Submitted: Jun 15, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017