Picos de Europa National Park is Spain’s first national park, founded in 1918. Here snow is possible year-round. This biosphere reserve also boasts forests, oak groves and four rivers.
Non-hikers coming here have the chance to ride the Fuentede cable car that reaches more than a mile above sea level, providing stunning views.
The Picos de Europa Natural Park delights visitors with its awesome scenery and refreshing mountain air. These are the Cantabrian Mountains highest peaks, and the natural park covers land in Asturias, Cantabria, and León provinces.
Dramatic alpine landscapes define the Picos de Europa. The terrain includes jagged mountain peaks, deep gorges, verdant valleys, intact rivers and lakes, and dense woodlands. The enchanting mountain is popular for hiking, fishing, and mountain biking.