Cudillero Fishing town, Asturias
Cudillero sits on the side of the mountain facing the sea. The legend says it was founded by Vikings, but the earliest mention of it was in the 15th century as a fishing village. The main attraction is the town’s colorful houses, stretching out in a semi-circle around the bay, with a backdrop of deep green hills. Get immersed in the local culture and watch the fishing boats come back home in the evening, with the day’s catch. The taverns in the old town serve the fresh fish and seafood captured by the locals. A short stroll from the town center, the lighthouse sits on the cliff’s edge from where you can see the town of Cudillero and the impressive Atlantic Green Coast.