Paradores of Spain and Pousadas of Portugal
Monforte de Lemos
Ourense (47km), Vigo (147km), Santiago (123km)
Historic Monastery in Natural Surroundings
Jan - Dec
Dining & What to Do:
What to eat...
Hunting and fishing are two common
activities in the region. As a result, you can enjoy excellent trout, elvers
(baby eels), and game such as roe deer or hare.
Other regional specialties include dishes such as pork shoulder with turnip tops
and chorizo sausage; savory empanada pies, zorza, and octopus seasoned with
olive oil and paprika.
* · Empanada and Lamprey Festival. Last
Sunday in August.
* · 21 September. San Mateo.
* · 12 - 16 August. Festivities in honor of the town´spatron saint, La Virgen
* · 3 February. San Blas.
* · San Lorenzo. Sunday before Holy Week.
* Route of the Monasteries.
* Romanesque routes: Monforte, Sóber, Proendos, Pinón, Cadeiras, Lobios.
* Route of the "Way of St. James."
* Catamaran trip.
* Ribera Sacra region.
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