Our log cabins are scattered along the highest ridge of the Valdeón Valley, (1,200m high), following the meandering River Arenal downstream over cascades and waterfalls, creating a tranquil flow of energy harmonised in to a natural symphony.
The valley is home to 25 different species of trees, forming both shaded and lit areas allowing the campers to choose where they wish to camp. The campsite is located in the heart of a National Park and so is mostly untouched by human hands, giving the camp a more natural feel.
Two picnic areas can be found on the river bank, where some freshly baked local bread and Valdeón cheese make for great appetizers. A privileged view of the Picos de Europa mountain range can be indulged from every corner of the campsite.
The cabins, which are similar to the ones described in the tales of the Brothers Grimm, are made of wood or brick and are scattered around in the most picturesque areas of our campsite.
The cabins come kitted with bed sheets provided, a table with chairs and sleep four people spread out evenly between two bunk beds. We have also equipped the cabins with central heating to ensure comfort during the winter months.