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A must see in the area. Spectacular countryside and religious / historical site. There is no getting around that parking can be a nightmare on busy days (weekends etc) which makes visiting very difficult especially with young children.
This cave is an important site for all Spaniards. In this area the first defeat of the muslim invaders in Spain took place in 722 and its leader Don Pelayo is considered the first king of Spain. He was the leader of those Christian who...More
From the moment you arrive your eye is drawn to the drama of the cathedral on the hill and then to the incredible sight of the church built into a cave with a dramatic waterfall and lake below. The shrine itself is sublime with the...More
This shrine is in one of the most beautiful settings I have attended. It is located in the Pyrenees and our group had a Catholic Mass within the cave where the statue of Our Lady of Covadonga resides. In the cave you can hear the...More
Should you find yourself in Covadonga with spare time then utilise it to see this Chapel, set into a mountain cave with a waterfall underneath it. Not what you would expect to find in the middle of nowhere but should you want to the research...More
Good parking, easy access, the cathedral is beautiful set in the high mountains. The cave sanctuary is carved into the mountain side an they hold active ongoing services there. This is a MUST SEE in northern Spain