Galicia and Asturias Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Galicia and Asturias - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Puente Romano de Congas de Onís sobre el Sella

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A high, humpback medieval bridge (also known as the Puente Romano, or Roman Bridge, because of its style) spans the Sella River gorge...

Puente Viesgo

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In 1903, in this 16th-century hamlet in the Pas Valley, four caves were discovered under the 1,150-foot peak of Monte del Castillo, two...

Real Basilica de Santa María la Mayor

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The 16th-century seafarers' basilica has lovely, sinuous vaulting and, at the back of the nave, a Romanesque portal. There's also an...

San Julián de los Prados (Santullano)

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Older than its more famous pre-Romanesque counterparts on Monte Naranco, the 9th-century church of Santullano has surprisingly well-preserved...

Santa María A Nova

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This 14th-century church has many well-preserved medieval tombstones, each carved with a family emblem and the tools or symbols of the...

Santa María das Areas

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Aside from legends, another draw in this tiny seaside town is its main plaza and the 12th-century church of Santa María das Areas. Romanesque...

Santa María del Naranco and San Miguel de Lillo

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These two churches—the first with superb views and its plainer sister 300 yards uphill—are the jewels of an early architectural style...

Santuario de Covadonga

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Covadonga's shrine is considered the birthplace of Spain. Here, in 718, a handful of sturdy Asturian Christians led by Don Pelayo took...

Termas Romanas de Campo Valdés

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Dating back to the time of Augustus, Gijón's baths are under the plaza at the end of the beach. ...

Torre de Hércules

  • Nautical Site/Lighthouse

Much of A Coruña sits on a peninsula, on the tip of which sits this city landmark and UNESCO World Heritage Site—the oldest still-functioning...

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