Go to Image Gijón/Xixón
The Romans lived the dream of Hispania from a baths overlooking the sea. It was in Gijón/Xixón, just below the esplanade of the Church of San Pedro, one of the most beautiful urban watchtowers in the whole of the Asturian Cantabrian Sea.
GPS: 43.545016,-5.662573
  • By Road: A-8 and N-632 from the east and west, A-64 from the east, N-630, A-66 and AS-1 from the south.
  • By Plane: Asturias Airport (OVD) - ( - Bus connection service from the airport to the city bus station.
  • By Rail: Gijón/Xixón Train Station - C/ Sanz Crespo - (
  • By Boat: Marina in transit berths (
  • By Bus: ALSA Bus Station in Gijón/Xixón - C/ Magnus Blikstad, 1 ( (
  • A stroll through Cimadevilla, an old fishermen's neighbourhood, which preserves the buildings, layout and atmosphere of its seafaring past. A special place flanked by the Cerro de Santa Catalina - with its Elogio del Horizonte, a tourist symbol of the city - and the Roman ruins and the medieval wall on the other.
  • San Lorenzo Beach, the large shell-shaped urban sandy area of almost two kilometres, which turns Gijón's seafront promenade into a delightful spot overlooking the sea.
  • Poniente is another of Gijón's beaches. An artificial sandy area, ideal as a solarium and for water sports, in an environment where you can enjoy the Aquarium, a thalassotherapy centre, restaurants, etc.
  • A visit to Laboral City of Culture and its Art and Industrial Creation Centre or the Botanical Garden provides an unusual view of the culture and landscape of Gijón's surroundings.