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        Lugo, a natural paradise

        What do you think of when you think of Lugo? We think of nature. The province of Lugo has a wide array of rivers, waterfalls, mountains and forests that make it a unique destination for lovers of the great outdoors.


        One of the most popular places of interest in Lugo is the Las Catedrales Beach in the Galician municipality of Ribadeo. Its vaults and rocky arches make this beach one of the best ones in Spain and the entire world. Of course, you have to know when the tide goes out so as to put your feet on the sand and see this authentic natural monument from close up.


        If you’re seeking to switch off in the mountains, you’ll be delighted to know that, in the eastern part of the province of Lugo, you’ll find the Biosphere Reserve of Os Ancares Lucenses y Montes de Navia, Cervantes y Becerreá. It covers no fewer than 53,664 hectares with abundant protected flora and fauna.


        To end the day you can head off to the Mirador de San Roque viewpoint to enjoy the panoramic views or Isla Pancha to take a selfie with its iconic black and white lighthouse in the background.

        Travel back in time by walking along the City Wall of Lugo

        Another of the must-see places in the province is Lugo, the capital city. For over 17 centuries, its old town area has been surrounded by the Roman Wall. Declared a World Heritage site in 2000, it’s more than 2 kilometres long, and 71 of the 85 towers it was built with and 5 of its 10 original gates remain. No wonder it’s one of the best-preserved Roman walls in the world. The best thing about it? You can walk along the top of the city wall for the best panoramic views of the city.


        Besides, the old part of the city of Lugo boasts a large number of churches and squares, including the Cathedral of Santa María and the Plaza Mayor, where you can stroll around and taste Galician food. Because you also come to enjoy good food in Galicia. Here, in the heart of the city, our Este Oeste by Sercotel Hotel awaits you.

        Lugo: a destination for lovers of fine dining

        The province of Lugo is a great place for food. A really great one. Its traditional and plentiful dishes attract travellers who, after a long stroll, want to enjoy pulpo a feira, an empanada, lacón con grelos and, why not, a good Galician wine. The land and air of the province of Lugo facilitate remarkable wines, particularly the Ribeira Sacra region, which has more than 70 wineries, some of them open for visits. And, if you like fruity red wines, the Mencía variety will amaze you.


        In addition to its nature, walls and fine cuisine, the province of Lugo celebrates numerous gastronomic feasts and traditional festivals throughout the year. San Froilán, for example, which is held in October, is the major festival in the city of Lugo. Arde Lucus, a Roman festival that coincides with the summer solstice on Saint John’s Eve, doesn’t lag too far behind. Mondoñedo hosts the Mediaeval Market in August, while Burela has its Feria del Bonito. The province’s festive calendar is wide-ranging and varied.


        As you can see, there are plenty of reasons why you should visit Lugo.

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