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It is a mandatory stop for all visitors who are in the region. You can discover Lugo in 6 hours or spend a full 3 days there if you have the time. Lugo and the area have many things to offer .
– Two kilometres from Lugo, is the Lugo Hot Springs which were discovered by the Romans in the III century. Well known for their therapeutic and sulfurous waters.
– Between Ourense and Lugo is La Ribeira Sacra. If you have some time to spend in Lugo, you should take a small cruise of 2 and half hours along the 44 kilometres of the Sil River. Spectacular landscape rich in history of Roman archaeological remains and medieval monasteries.
– Los Ancares Natural Reserve is located at the border of the provinces of León and Lugo. It is an excellent example of a Gallegan Mountain ecosystem. You will see the “Palloza“, a Celtic traditional architecture (circular stone constructions with thatched roofs, of pre-Roman origin, used to house people and livestock alike).
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