On the banks of the Sella River just west of Cangas, this friendly parador is made up of an 8th-century Benedictine monastery and a modern wing: the older building has 11 period-style rooms. Excellent local dishes, such as merluza del Cantábrica a la sidra (hake cooked in cider) garnished with asparagus, are served in the dining room.
Nov 13, 2012
The Parador is in an old monastery, and it is a lot of fun to explore the grounds and the excavated ruins. The chapel next door is interesting to look at and the river is fun to explore.