Basic information
  • Duration

    5 hours

  • Languagues

    Spanish, English, Portuguese,…

  • Without waiting

  • It is accepted a printed coupon and in a mobile device

  • Immediate confirmation

  • Meeting point

    Pza de Bretaña, Lugo

  • Arrival

    09:45 AM

  • A visit to the museum – fortress of San Paio de Narla

  • Access to the temple of Santa Eulalia de Bóveda

  • Transfer from the city of Lugo, we will pick you up in your hotel

  • Accompanying guide


Before travelling

· This excursion will be held regardless of the weather conditions
· You should dress according to the weather; since this activity takes place outside.
· The tour will only take place if a group of, at least, 2 people is formed. Otherwise, we would give your money back or arrange a new date for the tour.
· You are able to place your reservation until 2 days (Lugo time) before the tour in case there are available spots.

What will you do?

  • Visit the museum – fortress of San Paio de Narla

  • Visit the roman nymph of Santa Eulalia de Bóveda

What can you expect?

San Paio de Narla

This ethnographical museum is located in the tower of a medieval fortress, it offers to the visitor a resume of the Galician traditions and  professions, from a recreation of an antique kitchen, an exhibition of farm tools, baskets, wooden flat shoes, to a collection of medieval helmets, armors, knifes, daggers, revolvers….

The visitor can also see the tower from the Renaissance period, built in the XVI century and a chapel from the XVIII century, with an altarpiece from the Renaissance.

Santa Olalla de Bóveda

Nearby Lugo we find a jewel from the end of the Roman art, the sanctuary of Santa Olalla de Boveda. It dates from the III – IV century A.D., it was dedicated to the agriculture goddess Cibeles, and later, reconverted to the Christianity to the cult of Santa Eulalia. This temple was hidden in the church’s crypt and it was only discovered in 1926, when the priest wanted to make some remodeling in the church and he found the roman temple.

It is a unique temple in the Roman Hispania, it had two floors, but only it remains the ground floor. This sanctuary worked as a “Tauribolio”, that is, in this temple were made bull’s sacrifices to the Gods. The frescos, which represent sibyls in the form of birds, the sculptures and the temple itself, are some of the few that remain in the Iberian Peninsula from the Roman period.


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