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"Good buffet breakfast option. Inexpensive drinks served on the terrace. Friendly, helpful staff. We particularly liked the remote control lawnmower working all day we nicknamed "Sir Cut-a-Lot.""
A Traveller, Sep 2016, GB
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"Very friendly small individual hotel with a nautical theme. Off the beaten track and a good navigator or detailed maps needed but well worth the trouble of finding it. Restaurant has a large menu for dinner and everything prepared fresh"
A Traveller, Jun 2016, IE
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Best hotels in Ribadesella
Ribadesella is a small municipality located in the Asturias region of Spain, right along the Cantabrian Sea. This Spanish port is known for its lively nature, and stunning Gothic architecture. A great place to visit when looking to get to know Spain outside of the main tourist destinations. As experts in travel accommodation, Hotels.com has selected the best Ribadesella hotels and rooms for rent to make your trip to Spain comfortable and stress-free. We specialize in finding our customers the appropriate accommodation for their individual vacations, whether it's an extended holiday, or a quick business trip. From luxury to budget friendly hotels, Hotels.com has something for all types of travelers.
What's Ribadesella Like?
Ribadesella is very geographically diverse, as it is both part of the Peaks of Europe, and also borders on the Northern coast. The town is well-known for the Tito Bustillo cave. This is a wonder to behold, with cave-man drawings that will draw you back deep into a past before even the invention of the word ‘civilization’. The gravity of the atmosphere here in the silence of the cave is difficult to describe and is a must-see. On top of the Monte Corberu hill stands the beautiful 16th century chapel, the Virgin de La Guia, where visitors can catch a glimpse of the Asturian mountain range and panoramic views of the town. History lovers can revel in the abundance of ancient monuments and buildings sprinkled throughout the town. Take a trip back in time by walking along the Historic del Puerto rout, which creates a timeline of the region's history by displaying 6 large ceramic panels, dating all the way back to Roman times. The river Sella divides the town into two parts. On one side there are plenty of shops and restaurants where visitors can sit back and relax after a long day of exploration. Yet across the Santa Marina Beach bridge, there is a peaceful sandy beach lined with gorgeous mansions.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Ribadesella
The best way to get to know Ribadesella's local residents is to explore their home town by foot. The two main streets of the city, Gran Vía de Agustin Argüelles, and Calle Comercio, are lined with restaurants and bars, in addition to numerous shops. Take a stroll through the central area and head over to the main plaza, Casco Antiguo. Sit outside on one of the many terraced cafes, and enjoy a coffee by Ribadesella's beautiful ornamented church, Iglesia María Magdalena. Outside of Ribadesella's old town, visitors can walk down towards the Bay of Biscay and watch the local surfers catching some waves. Whether it’s a relaxing beach side holiday or an adventurous trip in the Spanish wilderness, Hotels.com offers accommodation in all Ribadesella's most exciting locations.