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Live Avilés can help you if you want to arrange a visit to Avilés. We are newcomers to the tourist industry but for Vive Avilés, language is not a barrier!

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Yes, we speak English

  1. 1. Yes, we speak English Welcome to Avilés Can we help you?
  2. 2. Basic infoThe province/region of Avilés, made up of the townships of Avilés,Castrillón, Illas and Corvera, is located in the central coast of thePrincipality of Asturias, halfway between Cabo de Peñas and the mouth ofriver Nalón.It is one of the main three Asturian cities and the closest one to the airport,located in Castrillón, less than 9 miles away from the capital, Avilés
  3. 3. Avilés is a newcomer to the international tourist industry and as such is less prepared for English speakers.Live Avilés has the commitment to ensure that language is not a barrier
  4. 4. Things to do that we can arrange; Guided tours A walk through the old town of Avilés (declared historic artistic site) will give you a view of all the different architectural styles that populate this ancient city known as the medieval village of Asturias. Walking its streets is like walking through history from the S. XII to the present, between spaces and buildings representing the architectural styles of Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau. If you are travelling with children, we recommend the Ferrera Park, where the young ones can feed the swan, geese and ducks that roam freely about. If you are the seafaring type, take a walk down the estuary and enjoy a bottle of the local hard cider along with a plate of devil crabs.
  5. 5. Or you may fancy a typical breakfast: chocolate con churrosEnjoy having one of the Spanish famous treats, Chocolate con Churros!Thick, rich Spanish hot chocolate and crispy, sweet churros are always popular forbreakfast or “merienda”.Avilés is famous for its confectioneries so if you don’t want churros you will find a widerange of sweet things to have your chocolate with as the “mantecao”
  6. 6. On a mood for a Cheese tasting?Asturias possesses in its territory one of the biggest industries of cheesemakers inEurope. The official varieties reach the twenties, all of them with artisan quality.La Peral is a well-known blue cheese made in the region of AvilésIf you want to learn more about Asturian cheese this is the perfect opportunity.One experienced cheesemonger will guide you through a selection of artisanalcheeses from Asturias. You will pairing it with cider and wines or even with othercured foods like longaniza de Avilés..
  7. 7. Shopping guided ToursA guide will accompany shopping groups in order to helpthem to find the goodies the want to buy at a fair price.We will bring you to shops that are recommended by us!Find more info in our web www.viveaviles.esIn the special section:
  8. 8. For further info contact us at Vive Avilés/ Live AvilésPhone: +34 984,112.763 Gutiérrez Herrero, 52Cell phone: +34 667.423.275 33402 Avilés Asturias- SpainOr email us: