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Private Tour of Gijon City and Villaviciosa
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Private Tour of Gijon City and Villaviciosa

We will visit one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, Gijón, a city that keeps its history alive with a old town which used to be the neighborhood of whale fisherman in Roman times, we will see remains and monuments of the Roman age, its picturesque streets and colorful houses. <br><br>The next stop is a fishing village, Villaviciosa, a asturian fishing village known for being elegant and stately. We will be surprised by every magical street that keep its history with statues, palaces and former houses. <br><br>Also, as Asturias is known for its gastronomy, we will have the option of choosing a gastronomic experience in a cider mill so we will have the opportunity of knowing Asturias from different points of view.
US$280.20 per adult
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Koek W wrote a review Dec 2019
Velez-Malaga, Spain1,362 contributions77 helpful votes
Tazones is a little charming fisherman village. A big parking at the beginning of the town. Nice little houses some restaurants all fish food. Little port and with low tide a little beach. Nice for a little stroll.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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EleanorStoneham wrote a review Jul 2018
London, England, United Kingdom357 contributions104 helpful votes
This is an active little fishing port with its old houses cascading down the steep hill to the harbour and there is no beach except at low tide. The large free car park is at the entrance to the village with a short walk down but it fills up quickly on weekends in season. The village is quite quaint to stroll around but we found it over priced, grubby and there are far more charming places to stroll and eat in this lovely area but off the tourist trail. The locals should clean it up. And the water was nastily polluted - amazing to see people actually swimming in it. OK it has its historic connections with Carlos 1 of Espania but not worth a trip just for that.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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jackiespainW wrote a review Apr 2018
Moraira, Spain38 contributions16 helpful votes
A charming little village by the sea, we certainly recommend a visit and the people are lovely. Parking was no problem for us April time.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Thewanderingwinos wrote a review Oct 2017
Brighton, United Kingdom529 contributions305 helpful votes
It was an overcast day when we visited here but lovely little fishing village all the same. As it was out of season we were able to park right at the bottom by the sea. There are a view places to stay here directly opposite the sea which must be amazing listening to the waves crashing from your bedroom. Little shop selling postcards, stamps and bicuits and jams made by the nuns/monks? At the monasterio de Santa Maria de Valdedios. Little house made of shells and lots of little seafood restaurants around selling overpriced fish even on a Monday. We decided not to eat here as even out of season the fish seemed really overpriced, for the price of one fish dish here we had an entire amazing meal at El Catalin which is a 5 min. Drive away.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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nicole c wrote a review Oct 2017
mansfield166 contributions84 helpful votes
Beautiful little fishing village with a good selection of fish restaurants. Parking at the top of the village.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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