It is a village that, belonging to the parish of Obona in the council of Tineo, where the Primitive Way passes, is located to the west of the town of Tineo. It has a livestock environment par excellence and is surrounded by beautiful forests.
In Villaluz the old hermitage of the Christo is in the middle of a green field, a little separated from the village. Villaluz shows the typical rural constructions with its hórreos in the quintanas, paneras, stables... and its new hermitage also dedicated to the Cristo del Socorro and in front of the other side of the road a washing place with slate roof calls the attention. The village is surrounded by wonderful landscapes that delight the view.
Villaluz celebrates the festivity of its patron saint, Santo Cristo del Amparo, on the third Saturday in September.
In the celebration of the festivity of its patron it is customary to carry out a dinner in brotherhood. And after giving an account of tasty food, what better than to end the party with some cheerful dances.
In a quiet wooded area, where today there are tables and benches for rest and enjoyment of nature, a few years ago games of Celtic bolus were still played here, their testimony is left by a slab or flat stone that was where bowling was placed.
Leaving Villaluz, very near, in the hamlet of Vega de Rey, runs a popular story that tells how once the king rode in those parts liked so much what he saw that getting off his saddle and taking a handful of land interpel to a neighbor there present, who is this land now? to which the restless vassal replied: yours lord. So the place became real property.
Villaluz can be reached via the TI-3 local road that links it with Piedratecha and Tineo on one side and with Borres, Campiello and El Espín on the other.
Villaluz has a bus service that connects it with Porciles and Tineo.
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