Pio de sajambre

Pio de sajambre

El reportero – abandoned villages (07/06/2012)

Pío de Sajambre (in Asturian, Pio Sayambre) is a village in the municipality of Oseja de Sajambre,[1] located on the border between Asturias and the province of León, in the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León.
The village currently has about 10 inhabitants but between the months of June and September its population increases significantly due to the return of people who for work reasons had to leave the village but still have properties or relatives in it and due to rural tourism.
The houses in the village are made of carved red stone, extracted from the local Paniellas quarry. The village is made up of the following neighborhoods: La Bolera, La Piquera, La Cuesta, El Joyo, El Pindal, la Iglesia and Joncevilla.[2].

Santo domingo 2013. pio de sajambre. procession of the saint

Casa Rural El Jermoso is located in the municipality of Cordinanes, in the northern part of the province of Leon, just 2km from Posada de Valdeon which is the capital of the Valley, the accommodation has spectacular views as it is located in the heart of the National Park of Picos de Europa.
Rural house El Serenal is located in a privileged place, in an environment surrounded by countless legacies of history and amazing nature, unique landscapes to enjoy a few days of leisure, relaxation and harmony.
Built on an old stone house typical of the area (fully restored), is divided into two separate floors: “El Invernal de Picos” (lower floor) and “El nido del Aguila” (upper floor); with capacity for four people per floor.
Old house of stone and wood, typical of the north of Leon, built at the beginning of the 19th century. It is located at the entrance of Robledo de la Guzpena, very close to the Regional Park of Picos de Europa. This quiet little village of 9 inhabitants, surrounded by silence and oak forests, is reached by road from Prado de la Guzpena. Through …

Pio de sajambre!

The municipality is made up of five villages: Oseja de Sajambre, Pío de Sajambre, Ribota de Sajambre, Soto de Sajambre and Vierdes de Sajambre, with Oseja being the largest.
Large areas of intense green pasture give a touch of contrast to the spectacular landscape that Sajambre enjoys, while justifying the traditional dedication of the inhabitants of Sajambre and Valdeón to extensive livestock farming, which generates, among other products, rich meats and highly prized cheeses.
The result of these formidable forces is the imposing Beyos Gorge, which runs down the valley in a meager route of just over ten kilometers, in search of its mouth in the Cantabrian Sea, at the Asturian town of Ribadesella.
The main communication route of the Sajambre Valley is the N-625 that joins León with Asturias, being the Puerto del Pontón, at an altitude of 1,290 meters, the geographical point of reference that marks the entrance through the N-625 to the lands of Sajambre. See more information about Access.

Snow in pío de sajambre (león)

Following the repeal of Royal Decree 202/2000 of February 11, 2000, establishing the rules for food handlers, in Royal Decree 109/2010 of February 5, 2010, it is stated that:
The provisions of Regulation (EC) No. 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs must be followed, which in its Annex II, Chapter XII, includes, among the obligations of food business operators, that of ensuring “the supervision and instruction or training of food handlers in matters of food hygiene, in accordance with their work activity.”
The responsibility for training is now transferred from the competent administrations to the food business operators, who will have to prove in official control visits that the food handlers of the companies have been properly trained in the tasks entrusted to them.