Cudillero (Asturian: Cuideiru) is a small village and municipality in the Principality of Asturias, Spain. These days, Cudillero's main economic activities are related to tourism, but it is also known for its fishing ships. A legend says that it was founded by the Vikings. People from Cudillero speak Spanish and a dialect called Pixueto. Its capital is Cudillero.
Coat of Arms 
- Top left: Arms of the Pravia family.
- Top right: Arms of the Omaña family.
Bottom: A reference to the Church of San Pedro.
Way of Saint James 
The Way of Saint James, named The Northern Way (Camino de la Costa) passes through Cudillero. There is also a Pilgrim Heritage Hostal: Albergue de Peregrinos «Soto de Luiña» - Soto de Luiña, s/n - 3156-Cudillero with 20 Beds. Phone 985-59.00.03
Cudillero has nine parishes (administrative divisions):
Seafood Restaurants in Cuideiru.
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