Rural Cottage Casa da Bastida

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  • 6 bedrooms
  • 7 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 20
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Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 7

Sleeps: 20

Type: Cottage

Rural Cottage Casa da Bastida

RURAL APARTMENTS - HOLIDAY - in 2007.

The Casa da Bastida lodgings are located in the rural town of Celtic origin A Bastida through which one of the oldest roads of Santiago - 'Primitive Way - Camino de Pedras rigged'- in the municipality of the Province A Fonsagrada Lugo, Galicia.

The complex consists of five small cottages fully equipped, ADSL Internet access * wireless for all accommodations and a private estate of seven hectares, with trees in the indigenous majority, Celtic and Roman remains of historical, natural springs, streams, etc., which These rural apartments are ideal accommodation to enjoy rural tourism in the mountains of Lugo - ...Read more

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Rural Cottage Casa da Bastida
Lugo, Galicia, Spain

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A FONSAGRADA, DOORWAY TO NATURE

A Fonsagrada is a town and municipality in the province of Lugo in the autonomous community of Galicia in north-west Spain which is 25 miles east-north-east of Lugo by road. Its population in 2004 was 5,007. A Fonsagrada is situated 3166 feet above sea-level on the watershed between the rivers Rodil and Suarna. It is an important market for all kinds of agricultural produce, and manufactures linen and frieze.

The history of Fonsagrada (traditional name) is linked to the pilgrim way to Santiago. A variant of the Way, the "camino primitivo", goes through the municipality.

Camiño primitivo - Primitive way
The "primitive way" to Santiago refers to a stretch between Oviedo and Palas de Rei. It enters Galicia through Fonsagrada, among whose landmarks is the "New Royal Hospital of Santiago de Montouto", a half-ruined building, which was used by pilgrims. This hospital has its origin in the "Old Royal Hospital of Santiago de Montouto", founded by Pedro I "The cruel". The hospital gives its name to a local mountain range, the "Serra do Hospital"

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