Ribadesella is fishing village in the heart of eastern Asturias.
Receiving the sea from the majestic beach of Santa Marina, a large sandy area of 1 km in length which accompanies its promenade chaired by numerous houses and mansions, reminiscent of the Spanish aristocracy summers this earlier century.
-Ribadesella has about 6000 inhabitants but in summer reaches even triple its population, like other Asturian coastal towns.
The council consists of 9 locations which in turn include a total of 38 villages that are:
-Collera: Camango/Camangu, Collera, Cuerres, Meluerda y Toriello/Toriellu,
-Junco: Cuevas/Cueves y Junco/Xuncu
-Leces: , Abéu, Barredo/Barréu, Bones, Pando/Pandu, San Esteban, San Pedro/San Pedru, Urb. Astursella, Tereñes, Torre y Vega.
-Linares: Alea, Calabrez y Linares.
-Moro: El Carmen, Fresno/Fresnu, La Granda, Nocedo/Nocéu, Sardedo/Sardéu, Soto/Sotu, Tezangos y Tresmonte
-Santianes: Fríes, Llovio/Lloviu, Omedina y Santianes.
-Ucio: Ardines,San Miguel de Ucio/Samiguel, Sardalla y Sebreño/Sebreñu.
All these towns are located less than 5/6 km away from the villa and are nestled in scenic beauty and amazing countryside and everything always one step away from the beaches and the sea.
On them breathes and nature’s amazing landscapes where we can see joined on sea and mountains. The marked and livestock rural area character also allows a landscape full of animals such as cows and sheep grazing in the long road near meadows.
Fishing port and Ribadesella town:
The town of Ribadesella is divided from the beach by the bridge that welcomes the River Sella.
Internationally known because of the “International Sella River Descent” a great celebration made every year in early August.
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