Castro de coana, Navia
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Castro de coana is located in Navia. To visit Castro de coana on your trip to Villayon, use our Villayon tourist route planner.
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Muy cerquita de Navia, bien indicado, a 4km. Merece la pena. La gente de La Oficina se ve que disfruta con su trabajo, recomendable hablar con ellos y preguntar. La exposición de la minería asturiana ... read more »Very close to Navia, well signposted, 4 km away is worthwhile. The people of the Office looks who enjoys his work, recommended to talk with them and ask. The exhibition of the Asturian mining deserves five minutes. The castro is impressive and very well preserved. It impresses from the road. The environment is very beautiful, green constant.show original
Impresionante conservación de este castro, que es uno de los más importantes. La visita puede ser guiada y es aconsejable, puesto que explican su historia al detalle y otros aspectos relevantes. El pr... read more »Impressive conservation of this castro, who is one of the most important. The visit can be guided and is advisable, since they explain your history in detail and other relevant aspects. The price is €3.show original
Di facile accesso, a pochi km da Navia, il sito ha un parcheggio e un centro per visitatori con museo. E' uno dei più famosi insediamenti celtico-iberici ritrovati nelle Asturie ed è ben conservato. S... read more »Easy access, just a few km from Navia, the site has a car park and a visitor center with a museum. It is one of the most famous Celtic-Iberian settlements found in Asturias and is well preserved. Located on a Hill has about 80 homes. Visit it is very enjoyable and easy. At 17 the site closes. Not to be missed.show original
Rut SotoIt is the first castro I visit it is fenced, and why in Galicia we have many and well known. In addition it was closed when we arrived and we could not see it, or paying. It will be very nice, but closed 2 days a week is very desaprocechado.show original
Rodrigo SanchezWho they were or how they lived the pre-Roman tribes, how were integrated in the Roman Empire? The vertigo of prehistory among the narrow streets of this important castreño town, one step away from the highway. We sell us evil asturians. Elsewhere they had mounted a whole shebang around these castrosshow original
H AsturOld Asturian castro, the best preserved in the region. A must if you visit the area.show original
Alexandro Pereiro RodríguezA castro who is worth a visit. With more than 80 buildings recognizable in the already excavated area.show original
Jose Antonio PedrazaA very interesting, but somewhat remote place. It is not difficult to find. Somewhat expensive input if you are going for free.show original
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