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More About Gijon

Gijon is a vibrant city and seaport in north-western Spain, in Asturias Province, on the Bay of Biscay, near the city of Oviedo.

Gijon is one of the most important cities in Asturias. It was once a Roman settlement and this is evident from many buildings throughout the town, especially the mansions and houses between the marina and San Lorenzo, with almost 2000 years of history. Originally Gijon was formed between the hill of Santa Catalina and the fishing neighbourhood of Cimadevilla.

Gijon is a super base for exploring the North of Spain and is the biggest city in Asturias. The Spanish enjoy "turismo rural" meaning "Touring the Countryside" in this region and as a result its packed with places to stay in the form of private apartments, hotels, and Paradors (Historic Buildings converted to use as fantastic lodging houses usually with a restaurant and often gardens).

Gijon Marina and Ferry Terminal

Gijón began as a fishing village nearly 3,000 years ago, according to the records of the Campa Torres Archaeological and Nature Reserve in Gijón. Today the city is an important port on the Atlantic coast of Spain. The historic fishing village known as Cimadevilla is located on a peninsula that divides the port in half. The village is the main tourist attraction of the city.

Gijon Beaches
The beaches near Gijon are beautiful, with golden sands and promenades.

Gijon Sightseeing
Most of the streets are cobblestone and barely two cars wide. Many of the buildings have been renovated to display the colorful life of the village. Those that have not are evidence of centuries of construction designed to withstand the powerful forces of the Atlantic.

A hike up the hill and through Cimadevilla leads to Cerro de Santa Catalina. It is a park on the tip of the penisula that provides a view of the outstretched coastline forming the port. On the very edge of the penisula is a sculpture the size of a house, Eligio del Horizonte, or Praise of the Horizon. It is one of 16 large sculptures placed in public spaces throughout the city over the last decade.

Gijon is now a mixture of modern times with evident historical influences, it is well known for its exhibitions and concerts. The 'Fiesta del Bollu is celebrated at Easter', when a carnival parade cruises along Galiana Street with bright floats and street bands. Most of the streets are cobblestone and barely two cars wide. Many of the buildings have been renovated and reflect the colourful life of the village. Those that have not been renovated are testament to centuries of construction designed to withstand the powerful forces of the Atlantic Ocean.

Some of Gijon's best attractions are historical, the Roman baths being one of the most popular. Medeival palaces within Gijon are also very popular. The Baroque Revillagigedo Palace dates back to the 18th century, and it is now used to show works of modern art, with successful exhibitions every year.

Gijon History
Gijon is thought to be the ancient Roman town of Gigia. It was captured by the Moors in the early 8th century; later in the same century, however, it was one of the first cities to be re-conquered by Christian forces.

In 1395 it was destroyed by fire. During the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), the capture of the city by the Nationalists in October 1937 completed the fighting in north-western Spain. Gijon has the most important road network on the northern Spanish coast, between the ports of Santander in the east and El Ferrol in the west. The construction of the port began in 1480. It was fortified in the latter half of the 16th century, and in 1788 it was equipped to handle West Indian trade.

 


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