Five minutes from Colunga, this quiet, charming fishing town of pretty white houses still very much makes its living on the sea, its port filled with boats, netting, and rigs dedicated to catching hake, sardines, bonito, and more. Its market is another point of interest, as here you can see the just-off-the-boat fish and shellfish that you'll soon be dining on in one of the great little local restaurants. During your stroll through the lanes and byways of the old town you'll find plenty of these spots, which of course also serve tasty local specialties like bean-based stews. Our mouths water just to think of it!
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