2000 kilometres of coastline full of mountains, rivers, beaches, cliffs, ravines and valleys in the north of the peninsula. This territory is formed by Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country, each city with its own particular charm. Many of the landscapes have been declared Biosphere Reserves by UNESCO, and with them, many areas offer the possibility of enjoying incredibly spectacular routes with a diversity of landscapes and ecological richness. Here you will find treasures such as the Picos de Europa National Park, located in Cantabria and Asturias, nature reserves such as Redes and Somiedo, home to the largest population of brown bears in Europe, and Fuentes de Narcea, with one of the most important oak groves on the European continent. We will find the Terras do Miño reserves in Galicia and the Urdaibai estuary in the Basque Country. A great number of options and a thousand paths to follow. Not only its natural attraction but also its cultural richness, traditions and specialities of each area.