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The coastal town of Foz can be found in the Galician region of Lugo, in Northern Spain. As such it enjoys a mild, rainy and ocean influenced climate, cultural richness and an atmosphere of solitude. Its stunning setting along the Cantabrian sea offers wonderful views, opportunities for socialising, summer fun and water sports. The town was once a lively fishing region but is now very focused on eco-tourism and, as such, offers much to welcome foreign visitors. Foz hotels are luxurious, well equipped and available in a variety of sizes from family rooms to a cosy couples hideaway. Venere offers guest reviews for all rooms which helps our customers to make the choice which best suits their needs. Customers can view sample room photos for each hotel, further enhancing the selection process. Foz hotel rooms are located centrally to the beach area and major attractions.

What's Foz Like?

Its striking location on the coastline of the Cantabrian sea makes Foz an exciting holiday destination. Foz hotels are situated in the heart of major landmarks and attractions, making it easy to sample the sights and sounds of this beautiful Spanish city. Simply stroll along the coast, visit the many eateries to discover some fine Spanish food and wine or take in one of its major attractions; such as the Basilica de San Martino de Mondonedo. This inspirational building and example of Romanesque architecture offers a glimpse into the town's past. Rapadoira beach is a large and gorgeous urban sandy beach with plenty of cafes and eateries to enjoy after your fun in the sun. At Castro de Fazouro you can view ruins from the ancient Gallic era. The ruins offers fantastic sea views.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Foz

Spain is made up of three distinct and autonomous regions of which Galicia is one. In Galicia, Gallego is the regions' official language which is spoken alongside Castilian Spanish (Spain's national language). Learn how to say hello, goodbye and order coffee correctly whilst visiting Foz Hotels and public spaces. This will, no doubt, be very much appreciated by the town's locals. The region is rich in ancient folklore and superstition and in some areas one can still buy amulets to ward off evil! In Galician people may say: "u non creo nas bruxas, pero habel-as hainas!" which means, "I do not believe in witches, but they are real!. Manners, the family, customs and traditions are important as is religion, which is often Roman Catholicism. Seafood, especially Octopus is a very popular dish in Foz. Start exploring Foz with a Venere hotel today!