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Make a holiday rental, home, or cottage in Narcea Province, Spain your home away from home

Holidaymakers looking for a fun destination to visit in the south of Europe should try Narcea in Spain. Located in northern Spain, this is a delightful part of the country with many interesting things to do and see. Here visitors will find numerous different places to stay including self catering accommodation, apartments, villas and B&Bs.

Things to do on holiday to Narcea Province, Spain

Narcea and the surrounding areas have terrific scenery that holidaymakers can enjoy by walking, horse riding and cycling. During the warmer months visitors can try climbing and mountain biking, whilst the winter provides good alpine skiing at the resort of Leitariegos. The province has numerous places for holidaymakers to enjoy swimming and tennis as well as several golf courses, including a couple in Oviedo just over an hour away. The rivers and other waterways provide opportunities for anglers to try freshwater and fly fishing. Bird watching is another popular pastime in this province. The north coast is only 70 kilometres away and has some good beaches. There are many restaurants, bars and cafes offering excellent traditional Spanish fare in the province. Self catering holidaymakers can purchase food, drink and other provisions as well as various gifts and souvenirs from local markets and shops.

Places to visit on holiday to Narcea Province, Spain

There are many wonderful sights and attractions to be found in and around Narcea. The Natural Park of Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña, and Ibias is a fantastic place to go with much flora and fauna to be seen as well as interesting buildings such as the Monastery of St. John the Baptist and Museo Etnograficu del Vinu. The capital of Asturias Province is Oviedo, which is a great city to visit and is just over an hour away. Here visitors can see some wonderful buildings such as the Cathedral of San Salvador and the Castle of San Juan de Priorio. There are several museums here too including the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias and the Archeological Museum of Asturias.

Weather in Narcea Province, Spain

The warmest time of the year to visit the province is generally July and August when the average high is 22 degrees centigrade. In the winter months the average high temperatures are about 13 degrees centigrade with lows of 6 degrees. The driest months are usually July and August with an average of only 57mm rainfall in each month. November is generally the wettest month with an average of 134mm but the rain is fairly evenly spread through much of the year.

Travel to Narcea Province, Spain

Asturias Airport (OVD) in Santiago del Monte is approximately one hour and 10 minutes from Narcea. Flights arrive here from various international airports such as Brussels (BRU), Geneva (GVA), Lisbon (LIS), London-Stansted (STN) and Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) as well as from other big Spanish airports such as Barcelona (BCN) and Madrid (MAD). Atesa, Avis, Europcar and Hertz are car rental companies represented at the airport terminal building.

    Wonderful! 4.8/5
    (5 reviews)
    • 9 BR
    • 6 BA
    • Sleeps 20
    Cottage #6653918
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      Excellent! 4.6/5
      (17 reviews)
      • 2 BR
      • 1 BA
      • Sleeps 4
      Cottage #855086
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        • 4 BR
        • 2 BA
        • Sleeps 8
        Farmhouse #1844780
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        Narcea Province Holiday Cottages & Rentals (3)


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        Simple, peaceful and homely

        4 of 5
        The house was comfortable and within a wonderful setting in a small village at the end of the valley. The narrow valley with steep sides produced a very quiet and peaceful atmosphere which was reinforced by the welcome afforded us by our hosts, Barbara and Stephane. They were able to provide us with information about the immediate surroundings and Somiedo in general.
        • Review Submitted: Sep 28, 2015
        • Date of Stay: Aug 2015