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Route around the Cider Lane

LA SIDRA magazine travels through the hands of Manuel Busto to the cider barsLa Cantina, La Ruta, El Corchu and Yumay, grouped around the railway station of Villalegre.

THE CIDER.- It is called “llinderu” to that which borders on something. In this case, the space that is between the old road from Uviéu to Avilés by the top of La Miranda and the railway station of Villalegre. Privileged location to drink a few cider bottles and eat whatever you need, you can leave the car in the parking of the station, or if you prefer, the RENFE local service makes it possible to go with the satisfaction and tranquility of that you can drink the cider you want without the worry of having to take the car. At the moment, everything is easy to go around the area.

First stop: El Corchu
Second stop: La Ruta
Third stop: La Cantina
Last stop: Yumay


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Anzu Fernándi
Anzu Fernández is the International Delegate of LA SIDRA and the Asturies XXI Foundation, apart of coordinator of the translations. He is the ambassador of the Asturian cider at the main international cider fairs, and manager of the international delegations of the International Hall of Gala Ciders (IHGC).

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