Things to see and do - Gijón
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Gijón Travel guide
Gijón : Michelin's recommendations
A large, bustling and modern walled town with more than 250 000 inhabitants, Gijón was originally built on the narrow peninsula of Santa Catalina. Near the port, the Plaza del Marqués boasts a harmonious ensemble of buildings: the elegant façade of the late-17C Palacio de Revillagigedo stands on the Santa Catalina hill, occupied by fishermen’s houses in the district known as Cimadevilla.
Tourist attractions Gijón : Things to see and do
E - 33200 Gijón
The Green Coast owes its name to the colour of the sea, the pine and eucalyptus trees along the shoreline, and the wooded pastures inland. Many of the towns and villages, such as Luarca and Cudillero are devoted to fishing and most are tucked away in..
Santa Lucía, 9 E - 33206 Gijón
Prix Prices from : 48 €
Situated right in the centre of Gijón, just a few metres from the San Lorenzo beach and the marina, the hotel is located in restored period building that dates back to 1926. An inviting and intimate hotel that provides a comfortable base for your st..
Santa Rosa, 4 E - 33201 Gijón
Set in a charming building in the heart of Gijón, this hotel offers stylish, modern accommodation and great facilities such as free Wi-Fi internet and a welcoming cafe. The Blue Santa Rosa enjoys a convenient location in the city’s pedestrianised ce..
Santa Elena, 6 E - 33201 Gijón
Prix Prices from : 55 €
Celuisma Pathos is situated in Gijón’s old town, metres from San Lorenzo Beach, the Town Hall and the Plaza Mayor. It includes free Wi-Fi in all rooms and public areas. The décor at Celuisma Pathos is based on a number of famous people from the 20th..
Claudio Alvargonzález E - 33201 Gijón
This restaurant is located in the heart of Gijón's port area with pleasant views of the latter, particularly from its charming terrace. In the dining room - which is contemporary in feel but with wood floors and ceilings - enjoy updated, traditional ..
paseo Dr. Fleming 859 E - 33203 Gijón
Next to the Museo del Pueblo de Asturias, this restaurant has a small bar and a dining area with views onto a garden with hórreos (raised harvest store). Traditional menu with a creative section.
pl. San Miguel 10 E - 33202 Gijón
Despite its modern look and lots of designer detail, this restaurant has retained an informal character. It features a wine bar, one dining room (with a private section), and an open-view kitchen. The menu features a combination of traditional and cr..
Periodista Adeflor 3 E - 33205 Gijón
Well-known establishment with bar at the entrance and rooms with a marine look, where you will be able enjoy a good standard menu, with a variety of flavours.
Capua 7 E - 33202 Gijón
The Ciudadela has a lively tapas bar and two dining rooms, all carefully maintained and decked out in rustic-style. Five additional cave-like dining areas are laid out in the basement. The comprehensive menu features traditional and international dis..
Decano Prendes Pando 24 E - 33208 Gijón
El Cencerro comes as a pleasant surprise with its blend of contemporary dishes and more traditional cooking (the house specialities are cod and ox meat). All its meat dishes are of the same excellent quality, ranging from Galician veal, to Dutch Frie..