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Well, tourism service told to do that at Oviedo airport to prepare that visit.
Here we go. Calling one Tuesday morning we had the lucky to go. Arriving ten minutes late we and my children began to listen history and how-to-do cheese and "Sidra" from...More
We loved this tour! We were lucky enough to be part of a small group and felt like it was a private tour. Our young kids (7 & 9) were with us. They did get a bit bored but were able to entertain themselves in...More
Take your time here. It is an incredible area and if you rush you'll miss the point of this experience. The town, the people, the traditions being maintained and celebrated. 4 of us stayed for 2 nights and all absolutely loved it. The area is...More
The tour started with a visit to a cheese production center and then we made our way though the town (population 80) on the way to a cave where Cabrales cheese was being made. During the walk to the cave we stopped frequently and learned...More
The tour of Asiego and the Asturian countryside was beautiful and instructive.
We found out not only how artisan Cabrales cheese and sidra (cider) is made but at the same time learned about customs, history, social structure of the area. The guide, Manolo, was very...More
Fantastic tour of Asiego and a real Asturian experience. The family run business is a treat to experience. Wear comfortable shoes. The meal was great and their cider fascinating. Definitely worth the 22€ per person. I highly recommend it for everyone young and old. Kids...More
Ok, we were not waiting that much, so our expectations weren't high, but the explanations, the friendly service, the AMAZING landscape, good food for dinner and, above all, the cabrales cheese with cider... Great experience, we loved!
Call first to book, kids allowed and be...More
A real taste of Rural Spain and the customs of the Asturian province - a guided tour of a quaint village taking in the history of the production of the famous 'Queso de Cabrales' - the goat cheese, and also an opportunity to sample the...More
If you are on a pilgrimage to Asturias (like me) for your love of the Sidra and the Cabrales then this cider and cheese tour of the small hilltop village of Asiegu is the perfect opportunity to indulge your religion, if only for the banquet...More
Wonderful guide who took into account all age ranges and made it interesting for all. fantastic cheese and cider with a really good look into all aspects of Asturian life and culture.
Only thing to bear in mind is you have to pay cash -...More