Paradores Route of the Green Spain (I)
Parador de Limpias. Sunday and Monday.The town is home to the parish church of San Pedro. There are also many interesting towns such as Laredo, Castrourdiales and Santoña in the surrounding areas. In addition, the presence of nature herself on the journey is a highlight with trips to the Cabárceno Nature Reserve and Ansón Valley. Parador de Santillana del Mar. Tuesday. Santillana is a real treat for visitors in itself. The streets, palaces and large houses, Santa Juliana Collegiate Church and museums such as the Regina Coelli Religious Art are waiting for you to explore. Altamira Neo-Cave and the Museum are a must-see before you leave the area to uncover our past. Parador de Cangas de Onís. Wednesday. What lies at the heart of Asturias can be found in this terrain. We suggest you visit the Roman Bridge, Santa Cruz Chapel and Cortés Palace in Cangas de Onís. The Real Sitio de Covadonga is another special interest area alongside the Covadonga Lakes (Enol and La Ercina) and Cares Trail.Parador de GijónThursday. The historical, commercial and industrial city of Gijón has sea, gentle mountains and a centre that make it one of the most attractive cities in the north of Spain. San Lorenzo beach, the seafront, the marina, the Semana Negra or Black Week, the social life and party atmosphere entice you to explore the city.Parador de Ribadeo. Friday. This seafaring Galician town on the border between Galicia and Asturias provides a necessary rest at the end of the trail to explore immensely beautiful areas and different beaches, with Las Catedrales beach and Ribdeo estuary being true highlights.Parador de Vilalba. Saturday.A visit to the natural beauty spots of the River Magdalena and the River Ladra is of interest. Alligal Medicinal Pool (thermal springs). A visit to the Pre-history and Archaeology Museum is also recommended. We offer: Standard double room with breakfasts included / Half board Supplement 175 € per person.