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  • Sidra

    Spain is different… and Gijón is no exception!

    Friday, December 27, 2013
    When it comes to enjoying a drink or a night out, local idiosyncrasies can often be confusing. In Spain, in general, you can get a drink in cafés and even pastry shops, in addition, of course, to restaurants, bars, pubs and discos. And in Gijón, in particular, you can also enjoy the local cider in a cider tavern, which is worth a blog all of its own. The nightlife also goes on well into the early hours, especially on weekends.
  • showcooking

    Flavours of the Atlantic Arc 2013 in Gijón

    Monday, July 1, 2013

    What do the countries of the Atlantic Arc have in common? Their history, their nature, being bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, northern culture and, of course, gastronomy… expertise in the kitchen and at the table is a common denominator of Portugal, Spain, northern France, the UK and Ireland.

  • ATR

    The Asociación de telespectadores y radioyentes (ATR) in Asturias gives an award to FICX on its 50 anniversary

    Monday, May 20, 2013
    will grant this award to the Festival in recognotion of its 50 years of life.
  • procesion de sabores

    Easter Getaway with a Twist of Zest: Zeaster!

    Wednesday, March 27, 2013
    Far from the madding –some might even say mad– crowds of Southern Spain at Easter, Gijón has much to offer to the not-so-fervent visitor. Great cuisine, guided tours, competitions… and more.

    Instead of putting on your penitent's hat and robes, why not just bring along a good appetite and the wish to experience new flavours and culinary delights.

  • cartel concierto

    Sold out in 4 hours

    Thursday, February 28, 2013
    More than half of the capacity was sold in the first hour and a half.
  • bici

    Gijón by bike, an alternative way to see the city

    Monday, February 18, 2013
    The city has seen an in recent years coinciding with the increase in the number of kilometres of bike lanesincrease in the number of people who use this means of transport.
  • mar

    The sea, Gijón's greatest leisure park

    Monday, January 21, 2013

    Do you want to know what life on a boat is like and experience bonito tuna fishing first-hand? Have you thought about taking up sports like surfing or windsurfing? Do you want to discover the depths or take your first diving course? Or do you simply feel like a relaxing outing in a kayak or on a boat along Asturias' green coast? If so, your destination is Gijón!

  • Laboral

    Laboral, five years of culture and much more

    Monday, January 7, 2013

    The comings and goings of students, a meeting point and convention centre, one of the places most visited by tourists, a large television sound stage, a succession of shows and new artistic proposals... Laboral, City of Culture is the result of a transformation project started in 2001 to bring the building of Gijón's former Universidad Laboral back to life.

  • compras

    From the sea, to your plate

    Thursday, December 27, 2012

    "Gijón, Northern Spain with Zest". The theme chosen to define the home town of Jovellanos was not coincidental and this 'condiment' and the city seem to have always gone hand in hand:the zest for life, the zest that the locals possess and, naturally, the zest of its cuisine whose diversity makes it a reference point in Asturias, alongside the traditional fabada (bean and pork meats stew), pote Asturiano (bean, potato, greens and pork meats stew), cachopos (veal cordon bleu) and the countless cheeses the Principality has to offer.

  • Museo Barjola

    The Barjola Museum

    Wednesday, December 19, 2012

    This museum presents the work of the painter Juan Barjola (Torre de Miguel Sesmero, Badajoz, 1919-Madrid, 2004) and occupies the palace and chapel of the Jove Huergo family, both dating from the 17th century and considered the best examples of what is known as Gijón Baroque.

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