Llanes. Mirador de Ovio is at a distance of 30 km from Covadonga. The Lakes of Covadonga (el. 1134 m.) are composed of two glacial lakes located on the region of Asturias, Spain. These lakes, often also called Lakes of Enol or simply Los Lagos, are Lake Enol and Lake Ercina located in the Picos de Europa range and they are the original center of the Picos de Europa National Park, created in 1918.
They are located in the municipality of Cangas de Onís and are accessed through a 14 km road that starts in the Real Sitio de Covadonga to arrive first at Lake Enol, also including a small road that will take them to the lake Ercina.The excessive influx of visitors, especially in high season, has also meant that access by car to the Lakes is restricted, being able to access only using public transport enabled for it. Private vehicles can only run first thing in the morning (before 8:30 a.m) and last in the afternoon (after 20:00 p.m). In low season, there are no access restrictions with private vehicle.In the vicinity of Lake Ercina, people who visit this place have at their disposal a parking “Buferrera parking”, a visitor center, a shelter and two restaurant bars for your enjoyment.