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The Paradores of Asturias, Spain

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Asturias - Cangas de OnísClick to view map
Cangas de Onís - a town in the eastern part of the province and autonomous community of Asturias in the northwest of Spain. Cangas de Onís was the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Asturias. It lies on the Sella River, which is there spanned by a medieval "Roman bridge".  Worth a visit - the Sanctuary of Covadonga, the Lakes of Enol and the National Park of the Peak of Europe (Picos de Europa).
Parador de Cangas de Onís - Historic Hotel in a Former Monastery
Located on the right bank of the River Sella in Villanueva, Parador de Cangas de Onis - Asturias lies two kilometres from the town of Cangas de Onis. The hotel lies with an easy access to Oviedo-Santander and Arriondas.  The hotel offers air-conditioned guestrooms that are well appointed and equipped with modern facilities.  Guests can dine at the onsite restaurant, which serves sumptuous Asturias cuisine and here you will have the chance to try the tasty and exquisite dishes of this area.  Parador de Cangas de Onis also provides well-equipped meeting rooms for all your business needs. During leisure, you can play a game of golf or tennis. 
Asturias - GijonClick to view map
Gijón - a coastal industrial city in the autonomous community of Asturias in Spain.  The city is situated along the Asturian coast and is distinguished by the peninsula of Cimadevilla (the original settlement) which separates the beach of San Lorenzo and adjacent neighborhoods to the east from the beaches of Poniente and Arbeyal, the shipyards, and the recreational port and the Port of El Musel to the west. Its close to the other main Asturian cities, Oviedo and Avilés.
Parador de Gijón, Gijón
A former mill in Isabel la Católica Park - The Hotel is a century-old mill located in Isabel la Católica Park, one of the city of Gijón’s most beautiful spots. There is a pretty lake lending the space a great sense of harmony and tranquillity. Its proximity to San Lorenzo beach and Cimadevilla sailor’s quarter make it an ideal spot to enjoy unforgettable days.  There is a large, bright, welcoming interior recreating the setting’s warmth in the rooms and spaces, whilst the windows offer a sense of the nearby ocean.  Fabada stew is the top fare in the dining room, although beans come in other dishes. The seafood stew, black sea bream in cider, Asturian stew and hake are also a highlight. Rice pudding, frixuelos (cream-filled crepes) and casadielles (pastries with walnut paste) are part of the Hotel’s dessert selection. 

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