Lies in the north of Spain with a perfect view of high-altitude terraces that are surrounded by the dense Spanish greenery, and the calming Cantabrian coast, Picos de Europa National Park certainly will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Picos de Europa National Park 's history dates back to 1918, when don Pedro Pidal, Marquis of Villaviciosa, promoted the law to create the Montaña de Covadonga National Park, which was named Picos de Europa National Park. Later This natural area was awarded the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve designation in 2002.
Most travelers favor to walk rather than climb and there are many beautiful marked hiking trails that all offer breath-taking views. Details of all walking routes can be obtained from one of the park’s visitors or information centers. If you chose to get to this park for a hike then you must remember that you'll;l be encountering some of the steepest slopes to be found anywhere and even simple walks often involve sections with steep hills.
The scenery is breathtaking with many spectacular walking trails. The many villages within the park holds restaurants serving local foods. Local cider is very popular. Staying in the smaller villages is like taking a step back into the past with cows walking down the tight cobbled streets.
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