Oviedo’s UNESCO Treasures
Discover remarkable sites in Oviedo, from Santa María del Naranco to the cathedral of San Salvador.
Marvel at the pre-Romanesque monuments of Santa María del Naranco and San Miguel de Lillo.
See the impressive Convention Center designed by architect Santiago Calatrava.
Wander Alfonso the Second Square, featuring the impressive Gothic cathedral of San Salvador.
Explore El Fontán market and square, immersing yourself in Asturian culture, old and new.
Available all year
Level 3: Active - good mobility needed
Please wear comfortable walking shoes. Monuments in Naranco are closed on Sunday afternoons.
After a short drive to Oviedo, the capital of Asturias, you’ll head to Mount Naranco, admiring some of the city’s sites along the way. We’ll visit the pre-Romanesque monuments set on the slopes of the mountain, Santa María del Naranco and San Miguel de Lillo – a UNESCO World Heritage site.
A walking tour of the old town will then give you the chance to explore the Gothic cathedral of San Salvador, followed by a traditional lunch at a local restaurant.
Remarks/requirements: Please wear comfortable walking shoes. Monuments in Naranco are closed on Sunday afternoons.
Included: Traditional Asturian lunch
Walking information: Physical activity on uneven surfaces and/or steep terrain. Not suitable for guests with limited mobility.