The kitchen of paradise
The gastronomy of the Parador de Cangas bears the Asturian stamp and is characterised by the quality of the produce and the nods to monastic cuisine. With a larder stocked with paradise food, you can try tasty pulses such as verdinas and fabes (beans), a wide range of cheeses, tender Asturian veal or fish from the nearby caves of Ribadesella or Llanes.
a sanctuary of Asturian cuisine
In the bright dining hall you will be able to enjoy specialities, paired with the best ciders, such as line-caught hake with clams in a mild cider marinade, bean stew with its compango (sausages) and caramelised rice pudding. We have another gastronomic space, the monastic and monumental Chapel of San Miguel and Pozo del Monasterio. Besides, the Cheese Bar offers a selection of Asturian cheeses and Asturian gastronomy ideal for sharing.
Type of kitchen
Traditional from Asturias
Fabada and verdinas (bean stews), corn cakes, I.G.P. Asturian veal, Asturian cheeses and the best desserts of monastic and Asturian tradition such as caramelised rice pudding.
The Gateway to the Picos de Europa
Asturias is famed for its natural beauty, but also for its cuisine. Its cheeses are especially renowned, and from the Parador de Cangas de Onís, a half-hour drive will take you to the village of Cabrales, where you’ll find the Cabrales cheese cave. The Ruta del Cares, a spectacular 12-kilometre canyon, is also an awe-inspiring trail, as is the drive through the Desfiladero de los Beyos, another impressive canyon parallel to the Sella. If you do visit it, make a stop at La Salmonera to enjoy the sight of the salmon run.