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What's Ribadesella Like?

Ribadesella combines great food, beautiful coastlines and historic architecture with a welcoming atmosphere. The caves known as the Cuevas de Tito Bustillo are an essential attraction to visit, as they feature some amazing ancient wall paintings dating back to twenty thousand years ago. Visit Monte Corberu and see the Chapel of the Virgin de La Guia; the Santa Ana Chapel and the ivy covered Atalaya Tower are other wonderful places to visit or snap some souvenir photographs of.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Ribadesella

Why not learn a little Spanish to get along with the locals? 'Habla inglés' is the polite form of asking someone if they speak English and is a good way to start a conversation if the answer you receive is 'si' (i.e. 'yes'). In Spain, locals tend to eat later than is the custom in the UK. Dinner, for example, occurs at around 9 or 10 in the evening, and perhaps even later in the summer. It is also customary to spend a long time over each meal. Tipping in Spain is usual, though tips tend to be moderate, particularly in cafes. In bars and cafes, though, there is no need to tip if you do not want to. One rule of thumb is that, if you want to tip, you can just round up your change to the nearest euro. If you are at a more expensive or classy restaurant though, tipping at ten percent, as is the case in the UK, is more normal. At Hotels.com we love to use our local knowledge to help you to find the perfect hotel, and our online travel guide shares reviews from previous guests to let you know what the pros and cons of different hotels are.