Descent of the river Sella in a kayak, Asturias

Experience the descent of the river Sella in a kayak with us. This funny experience with take you through the famous section of the river, between Arriondas and Ribadesella. Required the ability to swim, and be at least 1m high.

 

C/ Pozo El Barreño, Arriondas, Asturias, Spain. See map
First section: 2 hours. Second section: 5 hours
From 10:00 h to 14:00 h
SKU: descenso-del-sella-en-kayak
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With your reservation we donate 5% of our income to reforestation or beach cleaning, you choose it

What does it include?
  • Backrest kayak
  • Waterproof box
  • Shove
  • Life vest
  • Picnic if you wish
  • Wetsuit
  • Briefing
  • Itinerary and brochure
  • Civil liability and accidents insurance
  • Parking

Required material for the activity (not included):

  • Swimsuit
  • Waterproof shoes
  • Towel
  • Cellphone
  • Sun cream
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
Prices
  • Adults: 30 €/each
  • Children up to 10: 20 €/each
  • Under 18: 18€/each
Additional Information

Starts at our centre; we provide you with transport to the canoe and pick you up, in the end, to take you back to our facilities. Here you will have showers, dressing rooms and lockers.

We offer you several itineraries. The longest is included but optional. It’s a beautiful, charming natural area in which you will have a unique experience.

Pieces of equipment are cleaned, disinfect and revised between users for your safety and comfort. You will have a waterproof box so you can keep everything you need, protected from the water.

You can also enjoy a picnic with sandwiches, water, fruit, chocolates… If you are a vegetarian or you have any allergies, just let us know, at least with 1 day beforehand, and we will adapt the menu to your needs.

Don’t think twice, and come with us!

Destino

The river Sella is a short coast river in the north of Spain. It is born in the mountain of the Picos de Europa, in a place called Jonseya. It is 66 km long.

The river Sella crosses Oseja de Sajam, Ponga, Amieva, Parres, Cangas de Onís and Ribadesella. It was a very important natural barrier for the region. This barrier was broken by the ‘Roman Bridge’, which links the two borders of Cangas de Onís.

This bridge is considered one of the most iconic images in Asturias.