Bulnes is a village located inside the central massif of the Picos de Europa. Until this site gets no road but access to the outside is through a trail that climbs along the channel Tejo. For many years Bulnes was totally isolated, which has caused their population is reduced to about twenty villagers. It is divided into two areas, one along the river and a higher one called the Castle. Among his house are the ruins of towers that seem to be the fourteenth century.
The route begins in the small picturesque stone bridge Poncebos, also known as a bridge of “Java” and goes on the trail that ascends parallel to the River Cares. Past the tunnel, get to the “Out of Bulnes”, where a drinking water source and little depues the same people. Then we will take a path on the left and crossed an old stone bridge to enter the canal. The road is wide and zigzags, and has a steep slope. At all times we will go along the Waters of the Tejo from the ports of Pandebano lead down to the River Cares.
Although no accommodations Bulnes classified mountaineers there usually set the starting point for excursions to the most rugged of the Massif Central (or the nearby refuge of the Terena, in Pandebano).
About an hour later, the valley begins to open and from the top of the hill, overlooking the village of Bulnes de Arriba. Continue the road through meadows. In about 15 minutes to reach the Castle District.