In the full Primitive Way, is a village in the parish of Villamar, in the council of Salas, which is located on the banks of the River Nonaya and very close to the town of Salas. The origin of Casazorrina is lost in the time of the Asturian castros, because in the place some rest of them were found.
On the Primitive Way, before reaching the famous 18th century Casazorrina bridge, there is a corner with a fountain and an old washing place, Fontecaliente, next to it a sheet metal construction, like a bus stop canopy, which attracts attention. After the Casazorrina bridge, there is a great plain where the village sits. Among its houses and buildings there are many hórreos and paneras in the Carreño style. Near the town is the La Devesa mansion, built perhaps in the sixteenth century and in which at one end stands a large square tower with a semicircular arch door. The parish church dates from the 18th and 19th centuries and is dedicated to San Félix, located in the village of Villamar de Abajo. It replaced, as a parish church, the chapel of Santa Ana located in the village of Casazorrina, which was so until 1749..
Casazorrina celebrates, together with the other two villages of the parish of Villamar, festivities towards the end of August, including a pilgrimage..
Casazorrina or Zorrina owes its name to the nickname, or perhaps name, of the owner of one of the first quintanas that existed in the place.
It is said that the chapel of Santa Ana was consecrated by Adolfo, who was the first bishop of Oviedo.
Casazorrina can be reached from Salas on one side and from Cornellana on the other, following the N-634 road where you will find the access that leads to the town.
Casazorrina has a bus service that connects the Oviedo-Tineo route in Salas with the Oviedo-Cangas del Narcea-Pola de Allande route.
The nearest RENFE station to Casazorrina is in the council of Grado. The nearest FEVE station is in Pravia council.
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