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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Oviedo Monasteries

• Unique and peaceful Monastery stays like no other

• Enjoy one of a kind guest accommodation in some of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Oviedo on the doorstep of some of Spain's most renowned tourist attractions.

• provides a unique opportunity for anyone to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Oviedo and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat.

Oviedo Visitor information

In the heart of Oviedo you will find the Campo de San Francisco Park with plenty to admire including flora, fountains, ruins and romantic promenades. 

Visit the pilgrims’ San Salvador Cathedral, an incredible structure with a blend of architectural styles which can be found on Plaza Alfonso II El Casto.

You can visit the museum of fine arts inaugurated in a Palace in the City Centre, with many artefacts to be seen. 

You will come across plenty of Restaurants, Bars and Cafés in the City Centre to enjoy and take advantage of the delicious variety of cuisines! 

Take a stroll through the historic and commercial centers, you will see many incredible buildings such as the Plaza de la Escandalera, and also a statue located in the Plaza of ‘’maternity’’ by Fernando Botero, the Colombian artist. 


The best way to get around is by walking. 

Oviedo’s closest Airport is in Asturias approximately 40km away (OVD). There are buses running taking you into the Center of Oviedo. 

In the center of town you will find the Bus Station with regular buses running to enable you to get around town and to surrounding areas. 

Oviedo also has a train station in the city center, so you can travel further afield if you wish. There is also a taxi rank at the station.

If you’re travelling by car, then you can travel at your own pace and see all the sights without relying on timetables. 

History of Oviedo

In 720 the Kingdom of Asturias began when the Visigoth Aristocrat Pelagius’s revolt against the Muslims as they were occupying most of the Iberian Peninsula at the time. 

In 757 Oviedo’s rich architectural traditions began with the construction of a Church and a Palace under the realm of King Fruela I of Asturias. 

Over the following years building construction was very well contributed by both King Ramiro I and Alsonso II, where there were many more churches, palaces and other significant buildings. 

In 1936 there was a siege that lasted for 3 months and made a memorable event for the Spanish Civil War. It was declared for a Nationalist Uprising which was held out until relieved by the Republican Nationalist Force. 

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