AtalayaHotel in Mundaka
The property currently extends over five hectares crossed by two streams that converge and flow into the nearby Portizuelo Beach, located just 50 m from Finca Portizuelo estate. Finca Portizuelo stands in a small valley with easy road access to the nearby fishing village of Luarca, through the picturesque rural village of Barcia.
Finca Portizuelo, a multidisciplinary centre for environment-friendly and sustainable tourism located in a unique site on the Cantabrian coast. A place that invites to relax in contact with Nature while enjoying a wide range of services and activities.
Finca Portizuelo offers an original proposal in this Spanish region. It has been especially designed to provide accommodation and catering quality services, combined with different activities related to health, welfare, arts and ecology. From planning to execution, including the building restoration and state-of-the-art equipment, the project prioritized the respect for the environment and our goal to achieve as much self-sufficiency as possible, while providing the highest comfort and welfare to our guests.
Just a few steps away from Finca Portizuelo, visitors can enjoy marvellous beaches with varied characteristics: the vast, unparalleled scenery of Cueva Beach; the fine sand and immensity of Otur Beach; the almost secretly located Barayo Beach; the intimacy of Taurán Beach, among others.
The area is populated with a myriad of charming villas, like the fishing port of Luarca, Puerto de Vega and Cudillero, or attractive mountain villages and inland valleys such as Valle de Paredes. The Cantabrian coast offers a mesmerizing landscape that reaches its grandeur in Cabo Vidio, located a few minutes from Finca Portizuelo.
Asturias also has many archaeological and historical attractions including the Celtic Castro of Coaña, the medieval constructions that line up the Road to Santiago, and the Casas de Indianos, the magnificent villas built in the late XIX and early XX centuries by prosperous, wealthy Asturian emigrants returning from “the Indias‘.