A walk through the Cabárceno Park, south of the Sierra de Cabarga, reveals traces of thousands of years of iron extraction. Also with a mix of routes on foot or by car, Cabárceno offers the chance to see exotic animals in a semi-wild environment, importantly the nature park has a conservation and breeding program of endangered species, an ideal place for animal lovers.
- Archaeological remainders of Cabárceno (Caves of La Peña -Llanos- and La Tobalina -Cabárceno): the finding of Caldero de Cabárceno on a dwell in Crespa Mine evidenced the existence of contact between the region’s population and other analogous cultures of the European Atlantic arch during the Bronze Age.
- Religious architecture from 17th century: Churches of Sta. Eulalia and St. George in Penagos (Local Interest Good since 2001), St. Peter Apóstol in Sobarzo, and Parroquial Church of Llanos, of a Renaissance style.
- Civil architecture: mainly standing out Búmbaro Bridge from 16th century, in Llanos (included on the General Inventory of Cantabrian Heritage in 2005), and the Palace of Miranda, headquarters of an ancient council, formed by a house built before 1682 and a tower from before 1739. It has two dos coats of arms on the central and lateral fronts, showing the arms of Agüero and Miranda.
- Mining insdustry archaeology: railway lines and stations are kept, through which metal was transportated, laundries, decanting tanks, etc.
- The Neighbourhoods of Penagos: a short road walk allows for a heritage visit in the capital town, where Palace of Miranda, Church of Saint George and Búmbaro Bridge stan out.
- Touristic visit to Cabárceno Park (more information: 942 563736), with a series of associate recreative services.