Parador de Cangas de Onis

Monastery of San Pedro de Villanueva (12th to 18th centuries)


Nestled amidst the majestic mountains of Asturias, Spain, Parador de Villanueva de Cangas is a hidden gem that beckons travelers seeking a tranquil retreat in nature's embrace. This extraordinary hotel harmoniously combines rustic charm with modern comforts, offering a truly unique and unforgettable experience.

Surrounded by lush forests and nestled in a picturesque valley, the Parador exudes an enchanting aura that instantly transports guests to a world of tranquility. The traditional stone architecture blends seamlessly with the natural landscape, creating a seamless fusion of man-made elegance and untamed beauty.

The interior of Parador de Villanueva de Cangas exudes warmth and coziness, with its inviting common areas adorned with traditional Asturian furnishings and captivating artworks. The guest rooms, thoughtfully designed with comfort in mind, offer breathtaking views of the verdant countryside, inviting guests to unwind and reconnect with nature.

General Services

General Services
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bar
  • Bureau de Change
  • Conference suites and meetings
  • Credit Cards
  • Distance to Airport: 115 km.
  • Distance to Port: 83 km.
  • Distance to Train Station: 60 km.
  • Facility Accessibility (Check with Parador)
  • Garden
  • Heating
  • Lift
  • Small dogs allowed. Special conditions apply.
  • Parking (without security, limited places)
  • Restaurant
  • Satellite Dish
  • Wireless Internet - WIFI. Free
  • Canal plus
  • Double Rooms (double beds): 9
  • Minibar
  • Places: 126
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Single Rooms: 2
  • Telephone in bedrooms
  • Television
  • Twin Rooms: 53
  • Children's play area



  • Biking
  • Canoeing
  • Equestrian Trails
  • Horse Routes
  • Mountaineering
  • Rambling
  • Rive Fishing
  • Trekking

Interesting Places

  • Cangas de Onís.
    Roman Bridge
    Santa Cruz Chapel.
    Cortés Palace.
    Casa Dago (Welcome Centre for visitors from the Picos de Europa National Park).
  • Tito Bustillo Cave (Ribadesella)
    Rock art from the Palaeolithic period.
    Exhibition on prehistoric man’s way of life..
  • Buxu Cave (Cardes, 6 km.)
    Solutrean period, upper Palaeolithic.Viewings limited to small daily groups. Check days it is closed to the public and opening times. No reservations.
  • Lakes of Covadonga.
    Visit to Enol and La Ercina lakes.
    Pedro Pidal Visitors Centre and Buferrera mines.
  • Romanesque and gothic examples.
    San Pedro de Villanueva.
    San Bartolomé Chapel in Las Rozas.
    Santa María de Cangas de Arriba.
    San Pedro de Con.
    Santiago de Villaverde.
    San Martín de Grazanes.
    Santa Eulalia de Abamia, etc.
  • County beaches.
  • Hiking:
    Cares Route.
    El Arcediano Route.
    Vega de Ario.
    Ordiales vantage point.
    Peloño forest.
  • Visit to the Royal Estate of Covadonga
    Check opening times and religious services in reception.
    Visit to the Basílica.
    The Santa Cueva cave.
    The Museo del Tesoro musuem.
  • Archivo de Indianos (Archive of the Indies), in Colombres (Ribadedeva).
  • Cycle tourism (mountain bikes). River Zardón, Vegas del Güeña, etc. route.
  • Fitu vantage point: Marvellous views from the Sierra del Sueve over the Picos de Europa and the coast. Located between the towns of Arriendas and Colunga.
  • Asturias Jurassic Museum: In Colunga. Check times and when closed for holidays.
  • East Asturias Anthropology Museum in Porrua (Llanes).
  • La Grandera Local Fauna Zoo: In Soto de Cangas, about 6.5 km. from the Parador

Regional Menu

Specialities and traditional dishes

Asturian stew, fabada and the different types of exquisite cheeses - Cabrales, Gamoneo and Beyos being highlights - are just some of the most typical dishes in the area, accompanied, of course, by natural poured cider.