San Esteban is a village in the parish of Cuñaba, in the municipality of Peñamellera Baja. It was Exemplary Town of Asturias in the year 1990. It is a well-conserved place, in which the hermitage of Santucu stands out, with typical structure of Asturian rural Romanesque: single rectangular nave with square apse; It highlights the small window of the east wall, which presents a medieval typology. It is located in the valley of the San Esteban River, in an area of breathtaking beauty. It is the starting point of several mountain routes, such as PR AS-208 (Senda El Pastor), PR PNPE 34 (Sierra de Cocón San Esteban-Oceño / Tresviso) and PR PNPE 29 (La Pasá del Picayo - San Esteban- Tresviso)
. The village is reached from the road that climbs Potes deviating to the right, along a narrow and steep but well paved road with wonderful and unique views, from the road to the town there are 6 km. The house has a room with a double bed, a bathroom and a kitchen-living room with no washing machine, it has an ideal pellet heating to spend a few days relaxing in nature. Ideal for walking routes by bike or Trekking there are a number of very nice routes. The house would be for couples since it is small, pets are not allowed. If you can smoke although in the conditions of the page it comes out that no but esque does not let me modify it. The access to the house would be walking along the road that you see in the photos. The town has a bar where you can eat breakfast or dinner with a traditional kitchen very good any doubt do not hesitate to ask.