Pepin’s Route is a cultural and gastronomic route in rural Asturias, discovering the way of life in a typical Asturian village, and one of the best activities for children in Asturias.
This route consists in an accompanied descriptive walk around the village, observing its architecture: “hórreos” and “paneras” (granaries), traditional houses and balconies, etc., a visit to a cider-press house to learn about the history of cider and its consumption while enjoying a tasting, and a visit to a “mayada” (high pasture) where a replica of a shepherd’s hut is shown. The making of Gamoneu cheese is explained, and the shepherd’s culture that continues in present times. There are native breeds of domestic animals that thrive in the green hills: “Pita Pinta” chicken, “Asturcón” pony, and “Xalda” sheep. The last part of Pepin’s Route is dedicated to the gastronomy, and consists of an “espicha” (meal based on a variety of food) with traditional Asturian products.
Sirviella, municipality of Onís (ASTURIAS).
608 784 763
Every day in Easter, July, August, and national bank holidays.
- Mornings: 11:00 to 14:30.
- Evenings: 19:00 to 21:30.
- Adults: 24€ (food included).
- Children (3 to 12 years old): 10€ (food included).
- Special prices for groups with 15 adults or more.
- Previous reservation (limited number of spaces).