Sarria, much more than the Camino de Santiago

A natural environment that will fascinate you

     Sarria is a town located in the south of the province of Lugo. A place of passage of the French Way of Santiago that is chosen, year after year, by thousands of pilgrims who start their journey to Santiago de Compostela from this town in Lugo. But Sarria is much more than the Camino de Santiago, despite the fact that the passage of this itinerary through the town has left a strong mark on the town. With just over 13,000 inhabitants, Sarria is located in a region of the same name that stands out for being a rural and natural environment of great beauty and for its civil and religious architecture. Come to one of our most emblematic monuments such as the tower of the Fortaleza de Sarria, the Convento de la Magdalena monastery or the Real Abadía de San Julián de Samos monastery, just 30 minutes from our establishment.

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Land of wines and gastronomy

     If we can highlight Galicia for something, in addition to its natural and rural surroundings, it is for its gastronomy and its wines. In Sarria, a rural area and in the interior of Galicia, the dishes are made with natural products from the vegetable garden, they are delicious as well as the well-known Galician beef and pork. A stew with turnip greens and cachelos, a good beef stew, a wonderful meat patty... Countless dishes that will make you regain all your strength if you find yourself doing the Camino de Santiago. And since you have just entered Galicia, do not miss the opportunity to try one of the best seafood in the world. Galicia is also a land of wines. Take advantage of your stay in Sarria to try some of our most international wines such as albariño or ribeiro. Drinking them in the traditional Galician porcelain glass is an experience that you must try before returning to your place of origin.

Duerming Villa de Sarria Hotel

C/ Benigno Quiroga, 49. 27600 Sarria (Lugo)

(+34) 982 533 873 I (+34) 696 35 33 71