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Took the trek up to the top.
The views are amazing and you can see all around so clearly
The area around was lovely grassed hills and people really were enjoying the sunshine and fresh air
Take the time to walk up to...More
A chunk of reinforced concrete allegedly a person turning his / her back on the town & welcoming future horizons. No wonder the local taxpayers were unimpressed.
Enjoyed the cliff top walk, old cannons & enplacements. Super views. 30+ hot-air balloons lifted off.
A piece of modern art from reinforced concrete that left me completely underwhelmed.
If you want a quiet strll in the surrounding park and want to look over the sea then you will come across this - and like me you may wonder what it...More
Large concrete sculpture that is starting to show it's age with rust breaking through the concrete but nevertheless offers some interesting angles on the horizon. Nice grassy setting on the headland so take a stroll and touch the concrete.
This monument is only a couple minutes from the heart of Gijón and it's situated on a hill above the city, so the views are great. It's a good place to go for a walk and the views of the city and the ocean make...More
Walked there with my friends to enjoy the great view, and we were not disappointed. The only minus is that we had to avoid a lot of dog poop! However, the view is very beautiful and relaxing, great little escape from the city.
This concrete sculpture, created in 1990 and facing out to sea, is by Basque artist Eduardo Chillida. After initial resistance it has become a symbol of the city. Easy to access from the city centre and beach areas at the top of Cimadevilla (the oldest...More