The Santa Cueva de Covadonga is a Catholic sanctuary located in Asturias, northern Spain. It is a cave in the Picos de Europa mountains, which gives its name to the parish of Covadonga in the municipality of Cangas de Onís.
Who says Spain is hot, flat and not green at all? Northern Spain is rainy (not always though), green, steep and beautiful! Asturias' landscapes could be a perfect location for a Scottish battle or a ring fellowship, don't you think so?