Tazones is the quintessential Asturian fishing village. Despite having become a touristy area, the bars and little houses look as if time had stood still in this idyllic setting next to the mouth of the river by Villaviciosa. Go to the port, sit for a spell and watch how the fish are unloaded. Among its colourful houses, one in particular stands out, totally covered by seashells, as a symbol of the perennial relationship between the town and the sea. To eat here, in any of its pubs or restaurants, is a true delight. Try the spider-crabs or some fresh-caught fish, and wash it down with a glass or two of local apple cider. Wrap up your visit with a stroll along the beach to enjoy this unique waterfront setting.
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