Celebrations of Tourism Interest


In Asturias there are celebrations that are declared Celebrations of Tourism Interest, distributed throughout the region and in which all the cultural heritage and the ancestral traditions of this region are on display.

The region is a great outdoor playful-festive and cultural place that due to the quality and quantity of its celebrations, is a European reference point in this field. They are particularly important celebrations and highlight festivals with religious, cultural and gastronomic connotations. The sporting and music events, or those related to fairs and markets are also included in this festival calendar. Here you can learn more about the history, the programme and dates of all Celebrations of Tourism Interest held in Asturias.

Festivals

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Category Borought
  • Borought
  • 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
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