In the arrivals building there's a tourist information point
, opened from 9am to 9pm, where anybody can have information bout Zaragoza or Aragon. For further information you can call them at: +34 976 780144.
Oviedo's Manuel Pedregal street is the place to go bar-hopping and is signposted as such: La Ruta de Vinos. There's a flurry of bars and reasonably priced eateries with a buzzing atmosphere.
<15€ Confiteria Ferlar
(56 Magnus Blikstad , Gijón.)
Adorned like in the 70s, this small confiterie in the heart of town is a good place to try the house specials or snacks.
<15€ La Muñeca
(7 Campoamor, Oviedo.)
Its walls are adorned with colourful modern art, making this small central café in the heart of town a good place to try the house specials or snacks.
<30€ Café Restaurante Asia
(15 Jose Cueto, Avilés. Tel. 984 832 539)
New pan-Asian eatery in the town centre opting for muted, modern colours rather than traditional décor. Choose from Thai, Japanese and Chinese food to eat in or take away.
<50€ Casa Consuelo
(Carretera General N-634 511km, Otur. Tel. 985 641 696)
Taste the region's edible treasures, such as fabada (bean stew), fish cooked in cider, and apple pie, at this award-winning, rustic eatery near Luarca. It boasts one of the best wine selections in the area.
Exclusive Los Nogales
(La Aldea, Santurio, Gijón. Tel. 985 336 334)
Dine alfresco at this well-established restaurant in Gijón's countryside. The menu emphasises seafood - the parillada de marisco (grilled seafood platter) washed down with an Albariño white wine is highly recommended.
To see in this month
About 45 minutes' drive from Gijón, San Esteban de Pravia, on the Río Nalón Estuary, was once important for exporting coal but is now a relaxing, unspoilt coastal village. There's a choice of beaches nearby with climbs to viewpoints boasting spectacular views of the Cantabrian coast.