The Posada La Braniza is situated in a spectacular, natural environment, where you can enjoy a variety of landscapes throughout the year.
The Museo de las Tres Villas Pasiegas (Museum of the Three Pasiegan villages), is located in Vega de Pas a few metres from the Church in the direction of Selaya. It is an ethnographic museum that exhibits many artifacts which define the Pasiegan culture (documents and manuscripts, tools, Pasiegan "cabaņa" architecture, customs, festivals and folklore, cuisine...).
The old Santander-Mediterranean railway station, situated in the neighborhood of Yera in Vega de Pas, is found at the beginning of the ascent to Port of Estacas de Trueba. Perhaps most typical and well known is the 6976 m long tunnel (the longest in Europe at the time). To reach this tunnel you have to pass through four shorter ones. Although you can do the journey in a 4x4 it is recommended that you do so on foot from the station.
The Braguia Pass and Estacas de Trueba, the Braguia Pass connects Vega de Pas to the neighbouring towns of Selaya and Villacarriedo, and is a pass with magnificent views of the Pasiegan valleys and of Castro Valnera, ideal for cycling routes. The port of Estacas de Trueba connects Vega de Pas with Las Machorras and Espinosa de los Monteros, a large pass with magnificent views, ideal for mountain biking or cycling, and has a distinctive route with mountain passes over crags and rocks that still seem as impassable today as the Wall of Peņa Llana.
Vega de Pas, is famous for itīs home cooking using traditional local products. You can try delicious dishes cooked with beans, mountain and stew, trout with bacon, lamb and typical Pasiegan desserts such as sobaos and quesadas. Restaurant El Café de Luis Emilio y Manuela is a place where you can appreciate the home cooking, traditional quality ingredients and, it goes without saying, our nice Pasiegan welcome.