David’s Been Here is in Asturias, Spain’s small fishing village of Luanco. Located 40 kilometers north of Oviedo and dating back to the Medieval Ages, this ancient town is a memorable and picturesque stop for all those traveling Spain’s northern coast. With 330 days of rain a year, either visit in August or bring along your rain gear. Join David and crew as they make the most out of their soggy stay in Luanco, and get to know the local beverage cidra a bit better. Learn the long pour, rinse and pass technique of this locally fermented apple cider, and make sure you try it for yourself when visiting Luanco. For more information on all the sites and activities in this quaint fishing village, check out the David’s Been Here Guide to Asturias, now available for your Kindle as well.
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