Internet connectivity
Optic fibre
5G mobile connection
Coworking facilities
Telework facilities
Business incubators

Business centres

Villaviciosa combines the serenity of the Asturian countryside with outstanding connectivity and services, all set against a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty and abundant resources, which provides an excellent quality of life.
Ease of communications. Both the major cities (Avilés, Gijón, and Oviedo) and Asturias Airport are located within half an hour or less from Villaviciosa.

The meaning of its name is linked to the concept of fertility, and the truth is that this municipality lives up to the etymology of its name.
The capital of the council, Villaviciosa, home to one of the oldest Holy Weeks in Asturias, has a very pleasant historic quarter, where you can see palaces and emblazoned houses, and where you can contemplate, for example, the Romanesque church of Santa María de la Oliva… Because this municipality has interesting examples of Romanesque architecture, such as San Juan de Amandi or Santa María de Lugás, and of Pre-Romanesque architecture such as San Salvador de Valdediós, an impressive combination of church and monastery.

Among the natural beauties, the Ría stands out, where you can go bird watching and observe the biodiversity and where you can also practise all kinds of nautical sports based in the Port of El Puntal and where it is common to see canoeing training sessions, due to the great tradition and quarry that exists in the area in this speciality. A trip along the estuary takes us to the pontoons of the El Gaitero cider factory, one of the oldest in Asturias and which, along with many other wineries (Llagares) in the municipality, is open to visitors. The Rodiles beach – a surfing icon –, the village of Sietes with its old granaries, or the Way of St. James, are other places of interest for tourists visiting this corner of the Cider Shire.

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