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Access to Lakes of Covadonga 2024

Access to Lakes of Covadonga 2024

Schedules, fares, where to take the buses...

Updated on 20 March 2024
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Access to Lakes of Covadonga 2024

    Schedules, fares, where to take the buses...

    If we want to climb to the Lakes of Covadonga we must take into account that access is regulated. A fleet of buses guarantees the movement of all visitors between Cangas de Onís, Covadonga and the lakes. This year as a novelty both the information points and the Pedro Pidal Visitor Reception Center will be open and the cleaning service will also work.




    Latitude: 43.3527336 Length: -5.1253691
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    Can you go up to the Lakes of Covadonga by car?

    The Ministry of Development, Local Cooperation and Fire Prevention will launch the pilot project of the new transportation plan to the lakes of Covadonga 2024.
    The first dates of the plan are: from March 23 to Sunday, March 31, throughout Holy Week.

    Bus access dates

    • March (Holy Week): from Saturday the 23rd to Sunday the 31st
    • April: weekends (S and Sunday): 6-7, 13-14, 20-21 and 27-28
    • May Long Weekend: April 29 and 30, May 1, 2 and 3
    • May: weekends (S and Sunday): 4-5, 11-12, 18-19 and 25-26
    • Summer: From Saturday, June 1 to Sunday, October 13 (except Thursday, July 25 and Sunday, September 8)
    • October: rest of the weekends (S and Sunday): 19-20 and 26-27
    • November long weekend: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 1, 2 and 3
    • December long weekend: from Saturday, November 30 to Monday, December 9

    Buying tickets for the bus

    Users must purchase round-trip tickets before boarding the bus, either through electronic purchase, at the ticket office or at authorized sales points or travel agencies.

    This is the website for advance ticket purchase Bus tickets to Los Lagos de Covadonga

    2024 schedules

    Regarding the frequency, will be established ten up and as many down, with a total of 3.000 places daily.

    From March 23 to September 30

  • Total road closure
  • First service: 8:00 a.m.
  • Last upload service: 17:45 p.m.
  • Last drop-off service: 20:50 p.m.
  • From October 1 to December 9

  • Total road closure
  • First service: 8:00 a.m.
  • Last upload service: 16:00 p.m.
  • Last drop-off service: 19:05 p.m.
  • You can download the specific schedules.

    Where do the buses to the Covadonga Lakes leave from?

    The departure of the buses to the Lakes will take place from three points, with stops in El Repelao and Covadonga:

    • Cangas de Onís bus station, open every day of operation
    • El Bosque Parking, open Easter, July and August
    • Muñigu car park, open Easter, July, August and until September 15
    • Repelao car park, open every day of operation
    • Covadonga point of sale, open every day of operation

    How much does it cost to go up to the Lakes of Covadonga?

    Rates 2024

  • Adult bus ticket (round trip, valid all day): €9.
  • Bus ticket for children under 12 years old (valid all day): €3,50.
  • Bus ticket for children under 3 years old (valid all day): free.
  • Bus ticket from Cangas de Onís-Covadonga (one way): €1,55.
  • Attention telephone numbers

    For any questions about the schedules you can call the phone 985 84 83 73.

    Access to Covadonga by bus from Cangas de Onís

    The Government of Asturias also launches a shuttle service every half hour to facilitate the connection between Cangas de Onís and the Royal Site of Covadonga. This service will have 26 daily frequencies, with departures every 30 minutes in each direction, from 7:40 a.m. to 20:00 p.m. on departures from Cangas de Onís. Its use is included in the Lagos plan ticket. The rest of the travelers will be able to use the service with the CONECTA card or by purchasing a single ticket.

    Lakes of Covadonga

    Lakes of Covadonga

    Climbing the Lagos de Covadonga has merit, especially if you do it by bicycle. They are 12 kilometers ...

    Source: Government of the Principality of Asturias.


    Text: © Ramón Molleda for asturias.com Copyright Ramón Molleda



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