About the municipality

  • Population: 10.201
  • Area: 376 km2
  • Telephone: (+34) 985 494 000
  • E-mail: ayuntamiento@aller.es
  • Local Council address: Avda. Constitución Nº 1, 33686 – Cabañaquinta (Asturias)


Primary school (6 schools)
Secondary school (1 Secondary schools)
Nursery school (0 – 3 years) (1 school)
Healthcare centre / Medical practice (6 facilities)
Pharmacy (8 pharmaceis)
Bank branch / ATMs (5 facilities)
Supermarket (6 supermarkets)
Local shops (27 shops)
Petrol station (3 petrol stations)
Casa de Cultura (Arts & Community Centre)
Library / Reading room (3 facilities)
Sports facilities (26 facilities)
Post office
(SDTL) Local technological promotion services
Car rental
Bike & Rollerblade rental
Campervan and Motorhome stopover

How to get to the municipality: by the AS-112 and AS-253 roads


Internet connectivity
Optic fibre
5G mobile connection
Coworking facilities
Telework facilities
Business incubators
Business centres
Rural houses
Rental housing
Public rental housing
Mountains Picos de Europa
Hiking trails
Recreational areas (Caborana y Cuevas)
Rivers Río Aller, Río San Julián, Río Negro
Green spaces and forests
Protected natural areas Most of the municipality is a protected area
Lowest point of the Municipality: 300 m above sea level

Highest point of the Municipality: 2.050 m above sea level

Skiing, climbing, hiking, cycling, swimming, tennis, paddle,…
PR AS 242, PR AS 295, PR AS 236, PR AS 264, PR AS 265, PR AS 48, PR AS 266, PR AS 133 PR AS 262, PR AS 205, PR AS 30, PR AS 31
Swimming pools
Spa / Thermal Waters
Security level: Reasonably high
Noise pollution level: Very low
Light pollution level Very low
Traffic level: Low
Air quality index (AQI): Reasonably good
“Fabada” (Asturian bean stew packed with “chorizo”, “morcilla” and pork belly), “panchón” (typical local dessert made of spelt flour bread, lard and sugar), game meats, charcuterie.

There are more than 100 bars and restaurants, most notably Restaurante de Torres, Casa de comidas C’Xabu, Arrocería Corral de Murias, Casa Emma y Oscar, Sidreria Restaurante La Fumiosa, Restaurante La Figar.

INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE, POZO SAN FERNANDO, San Vicente de Serrapio, San Juan Real de LLamas, San Félix del Pino, Ermita de Miravalles, San Juan de Rumiera, Colegita Murias, Foces del Rio Aller, Texu de Santibáñez de la Fuente.

Nevaria (Snow & Mountain Fair), Mercaón (Livestock & poultry Fair), Livestock Competition, Celtic Night, Perseid Week, Festival of San Martín (Humanitarians’ Festival), Interceltic Festival

Asociación Allerana de Pescadores “Maravayu” (fishing association), Asociación de cazadores (hunting association), Humanitarios de San Martín (sociocultural association), 16 AAVV [¿?], Moto Racing, Grupo de Montaña Ultra (mountain group), Banda de Gaitas El Gumial (pipe band), Les Ayalgues Dance Group, Folklore Ayerán Dance Group, Folklore Ayerán Dance Group

Festival of San Martín (Humanitarians’ Festival)
The municipality of Aller is unique for its blend of industrial heritage and stunning natural scenery.
So close, yet so far. The land and its people.

The inhabitants of Aller saw the Romans enter through the Carisa Way, but it was not strange to them because their culture has always been that of a border territory, a vast border territory that has lived for centuries from agriculture and shepherding, and which has seen how its mountains and forests were a paradise for hunting.

In the Modern Age, the revolution came with the coal that surrounds Aller’s entrails, and today Aller is a land of berrea – phenomenon referred to the rutting period of the deer that emit loud sounds to conquer the females -, a reference for international cycling with mythical passes in the history of the Tour of Spain such as Coto Bello and a mecca for lovers of white sports in the ski resort of Fuentes de Invierno, one of the most beautiful in the north of Spain.

One of the emblematic territories of the Asturian Central Mountains, Aller has dozens of routes to do on foot, by bike – such as the Cycle Ring -, on horseback… or by car, dozens of small corners where you can discover a valley, a river, a mountain, a panoramic view, a hermitage, a mining castle, a traditional food house or an ancient Roman road.