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Price and Availability Index in Gijón
Holiday Letting Price Information in Gijón
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Gijón. Prices reach a peak a week in October. The price per night in a holiday letting in Gijón this week (06/10 - 13/10) costs on average £89. Prices are more affordable in January (19/01 - 26/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Gijón
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Gijón. In a week of September (07/09 - 14/09), 44% of the holiday homes are booked. People tend to travel less to Gijón during a week in November (24/11 - 01/12) when only 14% of the rentals are booked.
The weather in Gijón
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. August is the warmest month in Gijón with average maximum temperatures of 23°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 6° in February. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
Pair Roman ruins with local cider at Gijón holiday lettings
The Bay of Biscay has embraced the medieval Asturian city of Gijón, Spain, for over five thousand years. From Roman ruins to idyllic beaches, there’s much to see when you stay at a holiday cottage here.
Cider and sweet things
Learn how to distinguish an authentic fabada (white bean stew), take a cider tour, and sample the world of cheeses that Gijón presents. Cider tours take in several cider houses and mills, where you can learn about the history of these family enterprises and taste the fruits of producers' labours in comfortable surroundings. Gijón also has some scrumptious treats – try the cinnamon rolls at Pomme Sucre, elaborate tarts at La Fe, and chic cakes at Aliter Dulcia.
History and culture
The city's Romanesque churches date from the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Much of the town was destroyed during the Trastámara wars in the fourteenth century. Centuries later, in the 1800s, Gaspar Melchor de Jovellano began redeveloping Gijón, and industrialisation made its mark on the city.
Don't miss the Museo del Ferrocarril de Asturias, which investigates the railway heritage of the area. Exhibits include historical documents, marvels of engineering, and displays on the impact of the industrial revolution.
At the Nicanor Pinole Museum, you can trace the trajectory of national and Asturian art. Discover its remarkable collection of the painter's work, curated chronologically.
Visit La Campa Torres Archaeological Park and Nature Reserve, which dates as far back as 490 BCE, and the restored Roman baths at Campo Valdés. The public structure dates from the end of the first century.
Head to the Jardín Botánico Atlántico and discover a vibrant centre for horticulture, with an active programme of events. The Children's Woods form a unique playground with edible fruiting plants like wild strawberries, exotic species, a huge 'dragon', and even fortune-telling frogs! Adults and children alike will love this innovative and interactive botanical garden.
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