From the viewpoint of La Atalaya there is a nice view of this fishing village no doubt one of the most picturesque of Asturias.

Their houses built at the foot of the mountain are connected by well prepared streets good for a walk watching the surrounding landscape.

Going down to the square it can be visited a museum of the history of the town,St Peter's church, Humilladero chapel and have a tasty meal of fresh fish or seafood at one of their many restaurants.

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Tags: spain; asturias; cudillero; landscape; fishing harbour
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