Casa Germana tourist apartments are right in the centre of Tapia de Casariego, a fishing village in the western part of Asturias, between the sea and mountains. Its beaufiful scenery, friendly people, and excellent food will captivate you and make you want to come back.

Although Tapia is a tourist destination, it has maintained its old charm and offers the best services far from the mass tourist attractions in other parts of the country.

We have fantastic beaches surrounded by green scenery and impressive clifts. There are many routes available to discover our Celtic history and customs, as well as many local holidays, folk festivals, and many sports activities that we would love to share with you.

Taramundi, los Oscos, Playa de las Catedrales, Ria del Eo, the Rinlo fishermen’s guild, the rough Cantabria Sea, the Fiestas del Carmen; all of this and much more awaits you.

Tapia de Casariego has everything that you desire when you think of spending a few days in the northern part of Spain. At Casa Germana apartments, we want to add to this enjoyment, offering you excellent lodging facilities.

Occidental beaches route

We start our tour in La Reburdia, following the fishermen paths, along the occidental coast and discovering La Paloma beach, quiet and sprinkled with many islets of different shapes; the Castro de Esteiro, the beaches Serantes, Mexota and Santa Gadea with Las Pantorgas islets and San Lorenzo’s chapel. Arriving to the end of our journey is Peñaronda beach (this beach shares council with Castropol and is considered one of the most beautiful and clean beaches of Asturias, it is declared National Monument) dominated by the Castelo, a big rounded stone perforated by a tunnel, wich names the beach.

Oriental beaches route

We start our way in Porcía beach, shared with El Franco council. Many years ago, it was a loading platform of mineral and here it was were, in 1928, sank the Valkembur, a boat full of 300t of iron. It is said that in storm nights, the lights are atracted to the beach. Sneaking the coast we find the beaches Las Campas, Salave and Figo, its name comes from the big cuantity of figs in its cliff; in Salave we find the Silva lakes, ancient roman gold mines; we continue to Tapia by the Camino de Santiago, crossing the Represas beach, wich has round stones and many islets.

Pico Faro Route

Starting on de main square of La Roda, we go up to the viewpoint situated in Los Santos Mártires sanctuary, s.XVIII and called El Monte, where we will enjoy a beautiful panoramic of the asturian and galician coast, at the same time that we recover our strenght in its amazing recreation area. Following the rise to Pico Faro, we can continue to Acevedo and San Agustín valley; from here, in north-east direction we arrive to Veguina, bastion of autochthonous vegetation. In  the opposite side of the Pocía river is jarén, with an old stone bridge. Following the road parallel to the river, we arrive to El Franco council.

Corn Route

Starting in Tapia and going to el Viso, we walk through Víacoba and we arrive to Nuestra Señora de la Encontrela chapel, at the right hand we have the first field in wich the corn was planted when it arrived to Spain, at the left side we can see Cancio palace, descendatns of D. Gonzalo Méndez de Cancio y Donlebú, who brougth the first corn seed and in whose palace is the ark in wich the seed was brought from America. At the end of the walk, we can drink in the cristaline waters of Fuente de la Virgen and rest in its recreation area, where the kids can enjoy the games.

And more…


The Camino de Santiago

The camino de Santiago, in its coastal north side goes through our council in its peregrination to the Apostle.


La Cuenca del Navia (Navia basin)

Contained between the councils of Grandas de Salime (Etnographic museum and reservoir) and Navia, going through Villayón (Oneta fall), Coaña (pre-romanesque forts) Boal, Illano and Pesoz.


Oscos-Eo region

Formed by the councils of Castropol, Vegadeo, Los Oscos and Taramnudi.


Castropol routes

Route of the beaches, Route of the Cioyo falls, Route of Posadoiro, Route of Seares Valley.


Routes Taramundi

Craftwork Route; Water Route, Etnographic Sets Mazonovo and Teixois, Esquios “El Caserío” Etnographic Exhibition.


A Mariña Lucense

Ribadeo, Barreiros, Foz, Burela,Viveiro, Mondoñedo, …