Observación de flora y fauna
Category Lugar
  • Lugar
  • Allande
  • Aller
  • Amieva
  • Avilés
  • Belmonte de Miranda
  • Bimenes
  • Boal
  • Cabrales
  • Cabranes
  • Candamo
  • Cangas del Narcea
  • Cangas de Onís
  • Caravia
  • Carreño
  • Caso
  • Castrillón
  • Castropol
  • Coaña
  • Colunga
  • Corvera de Asturias
  • Cudillero
  • Degaña
  • El Franco
  • Gijón
  • Gozón
  • Grado
  • Grandas de Salime
  • Ibias
  • Illano
  • Illas
  • Langreo
  • Laviana
  • Lena
  • Llanera
  • Llanes
  • Mieres
  • Morcín
  • Muros de Nalón
  • Nava
  • Navia
  • Noreña
  • Onís
  • Oviedo
  • Parres
  • Peñamellera Alta
  • Peñamellera Baja
  • Pesoz
  • Piloña
  • Ponga
  • Pravia
  • Proaza
  • Quirós
  • Las Regueras
  • Ribadedeva
  • Ribadesella
  • Ribera de Arriba
  • Riosa
  • Salas
  • San Martín de Oscos
  • San Martín del Rey Aurelio
  • San Tirso de Abres
  • Santa Eulalia de Oscos
  • Santo Adriano
  • Sariego
  • Siero
  • Sobrescobio
  • Somiedo
  • Soto del Barco
  • Tapia de Casariego
  • Taramundi
  • Teverga
  • Tineo
  • Valdés
  • Vegadeo
  • Villanueva de Oscos
  • Villaviciosa
  • Villayón
  • Yernes y Tameza

The flora and fauna of Asturias, the natural environment and the different ecosystems which coexist in this land have outstanding environmental, cultural and touristic importance. This circumstance means that numerous companies include these in their programmes of activities and in their product catalogues such as sightings of flora and fauna – some adapted for all ranges of the public -, interpretation of nature and the environment, hiking and routes, the taste of nature which combines the route and culinary workshops or experiences such as the bellowing of the deer.

Get to know how to observe the flora and fauna of Asturias