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Located in northern Spain, in the north of the region of Galicia. Its capital is the city of Lugo, whose Roman wall has been awarded the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO.

The province is home to strongly contrasting landscapes, and has both mountain areas and a coastline with wonderful beaches like Las Catedrales.

The interior is the site of the Terra do Miño Biosphere Reserve and part of the Río Eo, Osco y Terra de Burón and Ancares nature reserves. The province is also on the  Camino de Santiago

(Saint James), which passes several interesting monasteries and Romanesque churches on its route through the area.

The gastronomy of Lugo is particularly well-known for its shellfish, and for dishes such as octopus with pimentón (ground red pepper) and olive oil, and gammon with turnip greens.

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Rias Altas

The Rías Altas are a one of the most beautiful parts of northern coastal Galicia, They include the northern part of  La Coruña and the entire coast of the province of Lugo, bordering Asturias to the east and Cape Finisterre to the south. Although the climate tends to be more windy and on the chilly side, the coastline is virtually untouched giving it a natural beauty of paradise.

Villages along Lugo Rias Altas

Foz, San Ciprián ,Ribadeo, Rinlo, O Vicedo Burela, Cillero , Barreiros, Cervo, Vilar Auga Doce, San Cosme, Fazouro, Nois, Cangas, Viveiro. A Rochela


Burela is a small fishing port and Village that has grown due to its growth in the fishing industry as well as for the beauty of its coastline and beautiful beaches not forgetting as its amazingly fresh Local Cuisine.

Lugo City


Located in a broad open valley giving onto the Cantabrian Sea, Mondoñedo is one of the most evocative capitals of the ancient Kingdom of Galicia. Its historic quarter has been declared a Property of Cultural Interest.

The Cathedral-Basilica of La Asunción, a national monument, still conserves the original Romanesque doorway; other features include a lovely rose window and Baroque towers. The transept and sacristy were built at a later date in the Gothic style. The interior also features a juxtaposition of styles, with mural paintings dating from the 15th and 16th centuries, Baroque organs, Gothic and Renaissance choir stalls and a rococo-style main altarpiece. It is home to the diocesan cathedral museum, one of the most important religious art museums in Spain.

Ribera Sacra

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