Parque Nacional De Los Picos De Europa
- Address: Calle Arquitecto Reguera, 13, 33004 Oviedo, Asturias, Spain
- Phone: +34-985241412
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: National Park, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest
Are you a wildlife lover? This is the place for you! Parque Nacional de Los Picos de Europa is a densely forested national park located in the province of Asturias. Sprawling across an area of over 646.6 square kilometers, this place is home to a stunning biodiversity. Established in the year 1918, this park is situated around the Lakes of Covadonga. Over 100 species of birds inhabit here including the black whip, the capercaillie, the griffon vulture and the golden eagle. Animals like the roe, the deer, the wolf and an occasional bear can be spotted here. Visit this park for a memorable wildlife experience.
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Lovely location, with an easy access hiking route. It gets tougher but its worth the effort.
Queues for the cable car can be huge at times. So pick your time of day carefully ! Stunning once you get up the mountain, even with snow in August.
Beautiful spot great for hiking and mountain biking and the locals were very accommodating. Also very good value for accommodation and food. We has fantastic weather which also helped.
Awesome mountain!!!! There are too many places to go for trekking.
Espectacular! There is so much to do in the park. The clouds can be deceiving even if it is cloudy in the morning the peaks might be super sunny. Even in the fog it is worth hiking up high. The park rangers are super helpful and will provide you with a free map although if you are really looking to hike it is worth getting a more detailed map.