Montaña Central de Asturias is located in south central Asturias.
The region covers an area of 955 square kilometers where 83,000 inhabitants live, and comprises the municipalities of Aller, Lena, Mieres, Morcín, Ribera de Arriba and Ribera.
It is called Puerta de Asturias (Asturias’ Gate) because it is the main entrance to the Principado from the plateau of Castile. It is very well communicated with the rest of the region.
The region is charactised by the contrast between two distinguished landscapes, the natural and the industrial ones, which are perfectly in harmony and allow the visitor to find the most varied sceneries.
It is a destination you cannot miss, where nature, industrial heritage, artistic legacy and gastronomy go hand in hand in order to enjoy wonderful days.