On the western coast of Asturias is Cabo Busto. As you travel this path you can enjoy the beauty offered by a landscape of up to 90 meters high, with virgin beaches, forests, vegetation, etc. It is one of the wildest and most rugged landscapes in Spain that encompasses the councils of Cudillero and Valdés.
Busto is a town that belongs to the council of Valdés. It is very close to Luarca, so it is a perfect plan to enjoy the town and at the same time do this route. The path has a length of about 8.5 kilometers, and a duration of approximately 3 hours. In addition, its route is circular so you can choose the direction in which you do it.
The route begins and ends in the town of Busto. It is well signposted and is suitable for children, since it has hardly any unevenness and is not dangerous. Throughout the tour you will find seven incredible viewpoints overlooking the Cantabrian Sea. From all of them you can see crystal clear waters and sea beds. On the other hand, its forests keep jays and hawks.
Cabo Busto is an area with a scenic and archaeological value, since here is the Vallinas Archaeological Site, the oldest Neanderthal settlement on the Cantabrian coast. The circular route guides pilgrims to agricultural estates, oak groves, etc., but the highlight is that it allows you to see an unusual landscape on the edge of the cliffs.
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