PEAKS OF EUROPE | Northern Spain Travel Vlog | Picos De Europa National Park Asturias

Picos De Europa was the first National Park in Spain, known as the Peaks of Europe. This travel vlog is from Asturias in Northern Spain …⬇ Click ‘Show More’ ✈ Learn to travel full-time:

As if the North of Spain couldn’t get any better, we’re introduced to Picos De Europa, the first National Park in Spain known in English as the Peaks of Europe. The highlight of the park could be the views, the greenery or the full blown wildlife floating around – but it’s all about the glacial lakes. Theres 2 enormous glacial lakes at the peak, or there abouts, the National Park that really have to be seen to be believed.

Heading to Picos De Europa from Asturias was a pretty easy trip and a nice day of travel through the mountains. In this vlog we also travel to Gijon, a popular Spanish coastal town. The Peaks of Europe are obviously massive and take up a lot of ground, so having a car to explore and visit Gijon in the same day was vital.

This was our first time seeing the North of Spain and we loved it – it feels untapped, there’s less people, less tourism and so much more to appreciate without the hustle. For a full read on what to do with 48 hours in Asturias check out our blog post:

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Thanks to Spain Tourism and Turismo Asturias for inviting us to explore the North of Spain and share how amazing it is!

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Travellers Relish says:

I have a thing for bridges and that one looked pretty awesome. Am loving how beautiful and chill the place is.

kielypl9 says:

Hello everyone, Your always coming up with great videos,awesome..Just goes so fast. Stories and footage look great. You both always make my day brighter. Thanks…

Erika Calvert says:

Gorgeous, guys!!

gingerginger999 says:

WOW, WOW, WOW: this LANDSCAPE was created with me in mind. Lakes,mountains,the ocean, pastures, cows and even a DOG. I am so jelly of you two for this is a part of Spain i have long desired to visit. I hope it stays bucolic and a less travelled part of the world. Beautiful video and i can not wait for the food portion ……!!

Joshua Chad says:

Hey Daneger and Stacy!
The real reason Daneger and Stacey came to Picos de Europa is to meet up with their other good friend, Oda Mae Brown and this is what transpired…
Oda Mae Brown : Damn baby, What did you do to your hair?
Stacey : You like it? It’s Autumn Sunrise.
Oda Mae Brown : Hell yeah, it looks good on you. What shampoo did you use?
Stacey : Nuxe Rêve de Miel Shampooing Douceur!
Oda Mae Brown : Jawohl! I don’t know you! I don’t know Sam, but let me tell you what he did to me. He kept me up all night singing “I’m Henry the Eighth I Am.”
Daneger : Ha ha! Silly Sam! Always up to mischief!

Yeah, the above comment has nothing to do with the vlog, whatsoever.

Damian Gondek says:

Back to Poland :p

Dave Hooker says:

Just like all the other comments.. WOW WOW WOW

clay fada says:

Very like switzerland

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Konrad Russa says:

have you been thinking about jinns in Morocco, Marrakesh, or arctic northern lights in Tromso, Norway ?

Charles Moore says:

Really cool video.
We still have Chiang Mai and Cuenca as our top retirement cities, but Spain and Portugal look interesting too.
Thx !

Psychphuq says:

Oh no, 8 and a half minutes… Soooooooooooo long… 😛

Needs more cowbell…

czechowa says:

Where are you going next? 😀 Amazing views for sure!

ʞ!ʍ!ɟ!n says:

HAHAHAHAHAHA the end! Great vid guys! Onwards and upwards!!

The Mamuchos says:

The north of Spain is the best. We love Asturias. We are happy you liked it and share your experience 🙂

Rod Reves says:

Hi Daneger & Stacey, in a past video you said that you prepare most of your evening meals at home, so how do you deal with the the cooking supplies in the Airbnbs? Ive noticed that cooking equipment is usually minimal and often times there are not even basic cooking ingredients such as salt, pepper, sugar, cooking oil, spices, so do you buy those things and take them with you from location to location? Im staying in an Airbnb in Budapest right now and there was not even one sharp knife….. and zero ingredients of any kind. I had to make a trip to IKEA to buy some basics.

Pick a Pictour says:

Hi guys! Coming to Barcelona?

Me says:

Almost all the towns in Cebu are named after the towns in Spain. Thanks for sharing the whole story behind. <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 [your avid fan from the PH]

Daneger and Stacey says:

The weekends almost here! Hope you enjoyed the video – be sure to check out the full blog post to see everything we got up to:
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monlifes says:

Love it! I’ve been there in Getxo , Billbao which is interesting, and pais basque where is village (4streets) of witches – Zugarramurdi. The thing that you have to eat it’s Axoa, delicious.

Effie Colida says:

Hi guys really nice video it was not long because you make it so interesting it just goes by so fast

Antoinette Emily says:

The landscape is breathtaking!

The Travelling Ulcers says:

WOW the scenery is absolutely immense! How did I not know about this area. Thanks so much for adding yet another must visit to my travel bucket list.

Cris Álvarez says:

Nooo, don’t spread the word, Asturias is one of our most secret and beautiful places in Spain! (hope you had a great time 😉

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Rex Waldron says:

That landscape is just stunning. I love the greenery broken up by craggy rock faces. Gijon looks amazing – that waterfront is pretty special. I can really see you guys doing one of your long stays in this region. It strikes me as having a lot to offer and you need time to unpack all of that, so a Daneger and Stacey long stay would be unmissable!

Tiger's Eye says:

Happy Friday!!!!!

just a thought says:

any great vid ,on a roll gang . keep following the sun ,might bring you to Australia .

Andrew Bergin says:

Hi you guys Amazeballs ❤it!

Miguel López says:

I’m from asturias and i’m very glad that you liked it 🙂

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