Nature, meadows, bucolic forests, a paradise of tranquillity. To say Cabranes transports us to a universe where we can enjoy the best rural Romanesque architecture, as in the case of San Julián de Viñón, and also the Museum of the Rural School or Indian environments in which the mark of emigration has been imprinted. Furthermore, Cabranes tastes of good gastronomy and tradition. To taste the authentic Asturian rice pudding, a key reference point is its rice pudding festival , although there are also other outstanding ones such as the Boroña de Forna.
But Cabranes does not only cultivate culinary tradition, and so if we are talking about bouquets and floats, those of its festivals are famous throughout Asturias, which is why the people of Cabranes are also a reference point in this manifestation of traditional culture. As a village, its neighbourhood union and its capacity to manage the territory harmoniously has been recognised through the award of the Exemplary Village of Asturias by the Princess of Asturias Foundation to the village of Torazu. In short, a council to discover that allows you to enjoy all the flavour of Asturias, in the heart of the Cider Region.
Population: 1,074 inhabitants
Surface area: 38.31 km2