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Apartamentos Astilleros3 Star Hotel

Astilleros, s/n, 33430 Candás

Guest review score

7.6 from 10 reviews

The rooms take advantage of the sea views wherever they can, History of Chaves. Set within this charming fishing village and with a privileged position right on the water’s edge, highly valued, these stylish and cheerful apartments offer smart, well-equipped accommodation with views of the Cantabrian Sea, Directly to the south of Bragança in this region known as Trás-os-Montes, there is the quaint typical village of Chacim whose history is linked to a legend dating from the 9th Century that is still celebrated today. The villagers rose up in revolt against the ancient practiced right of "jus primae noctis", which is the local nobleman taking the bride on her wedding night, . Assisted by a mysterious woman the villagers successfully slaughtered the offending lord and his servants. Nearby is the Spa Caldas de Albelheira. Further to the south is Vila Flor, a small town with an attractive atmosphere with ruins of its 13th Century castle and close to another Spa, Aquas Bem Saúde. Southwards is Torre de Moncorvo that has the largest 16th Century Church in the whole province and near this town is the Vale do Cõa that boasts the world’s largest known collection of open-air Stone Age drawings that are estimated to be about 20.000 years old. These drawings feature bulls, horses, fish and a naked man and the area can be visited with the assistance of a guide. Enjoy the Astilleros’sleek design with contemporary furniture and clever touches such as eye-catching wall-paper and open-plan interiors, The Romans gave the name of "Juliobriga" to the original fortified village. Bragança grew in importance due to its location and rich agriculture so this fortification was improved upon especially in the time of King Dom Afonso I who constructed a proper walled citadel for his brother-in-law Fernão Mendes. Completed around 1130 the place was then renamed "Brigantia". King Afonso IX of León occupied the town and soon King Sancho I retook possession and built the castle that still remains. This town also gave its name to the last in the royal Portuguese lineage, the House of Bragança, that descended from the an illegitimate son of Dom João I who was created a Duke in 1442. The tower of the castle was to become a place of imprisonment or refuge for many historic personages including Dona Sancho, the unfortunate wife of its constructor. The town played its strategic part in many battles between the two Kingdoms of Portugal and Spain. It was also the location in which General Sepúlveda in 1808 called upon the local inhabitants to resist against the invasion of the French forces. Here you can also unwind with a refreshing drink in the relaxed bar, Description of Chaves. Cook up a feast in the kitchen and then dine in style accompanied by great Asturian panoramics, Of outstanding natural beauty is the national park of Montesinho that lies to the north of Bragança. This reserve covers some 70.000 hectares of wild terrain basically unspoilt by modern humanity. Locally termed Terra Fria, which is Cold Land,, the Park rises to a mountain range touching 1.481 metres. Vegetation is sparse on the upper slopes that then descend into valleys of oak, willow and alder trees. Wildlife in the shape of golden eagles, falcons, wolves, otters and wild boar still enjoy their freedom. The quaint typical village of Vinhais lying to the west of Bragança is an ideal location to obtain the spectacular panoramic views of this Park. Horses and mountain bikes can be hired locally. The “Dovecotes” of the area with their horseshoe shaped roofs are a realistic reminder of medieval times. They are specially built dove houses that as well as being a form of food also provide fertilizer droppings for growing crops. Between Bragança and Vinhais is the Mosteiro de Castro de Avelãs dating from the 12th Century but now virtually in ruins. This monastery held the main religious power in the region during its heyday. Complement your self-catered holiday with a tasty breakfast service which can be enjoyed in the adjacent hotel, To the south east of Bragança is the historic town of Miranda do Douro that sits above the gorge of the Rio Douro on the border of Spain. Due to its strategic position it suffered an uneasy history including an explosion of its gunpowder store in 1762. This event virtually destroyed the castle and much of the town and many of its inhabitants. Unfortunately, at the time the town was surrounded by a French army of some 30,000 who quickly took advantage of the situation. From this date onwards its importance as a point of defence against invading armies was discarded. Visit the Roman city of Gijón or the adjacent town of Gozón, Chaves - Nearby Locations. Astilleros’ Apartments offer a fantastic base for you to enjoy the diversity of Asturias, Description of Bragança. Sample the local lifestyle and tradition as you take a stroll around Candás and see the locals going about their normal life, This City is situated in the upper reaches of the Rio Tâmega that runs to the south and east to Porto. Its present day fame lies in its reputation as a Spa Town and the local produced cured hams. The old part of town is to be found around the main square with the ruins of a 14th Century Keep. This is all that remains of the former fine castle built for Nuno Álvares Pereira. The walls of the fortress are a fine example of the principles used by the French military defensive architect Count de Vauban. Of the two churches standing on the square the Misericódia is probably the most interesting with its large 18th Century tiled panels depicting scenes from the Bible. In the Keep is a small museum with armour and memorabilia of the 1912 attack. The Museu da Região Flaviense displays an interesting collection of items from local archaeological sites. The fine sixteen-arched Roman bridge, which is four arches are hidden from view,, spanning the Rio Tâmega is from the period of the Roman development of the town by Emperor Trajan. Close to the centre is one of the warmest natural springs Spas to be found in Europe with the water reaching up to 73º C, which is 163ºF, . Explore the rugged coastline and discover unspoilt, very much appreciated, golden beaches and some pleasant country walks, The Romans named Chaves as “Aquae Flaviae” around 78 AD after their discovery of the thermal springs and nearby gold deposits. Its fertile surroundings and strategic position marked its early history with various battles and sieges between wandering tribes. The Portuguese eventually took possession of the town from the Moors in 1160. The town was given to Nuno Álvares Pereira by King João I as a reward for defeating the Castilians at the battle of Aljubarrota in 1385. General Silveira in 1809 defeated General Soult with his French invading army here at Chaves and this was the first victory for the Portuguese against the intruders. After the Republicans took control of Portugal in the early 20th Century the city was subject to a failed attack in 1912 from Royalists based in Spain. In 1483 the first published book in the Portuguese language, the "Sacramental", was produced in this town., Of all these mountain ranges of the most prominent is the Serra da Estrela that rises to 1.993 metres, which is 6.539 feet, . During the winter the very top area of Serra da Estrela provides a ski resort but with somewhat limited runs for any experienced ski enthusiast. The past weather conditions have not been sufficiently reliable to create a large resort for this sport. The bare granite of this range of mountains has virtually insufficient vegetation to support more than the grazing of sheep. These sheep provide the most rated cheese of all in Portugal and is known by the trade name of "Serra". Like most mountain areas this is a popular location for walkers offering fascinating flora and panoramic views. The area has also developed a special breed of dog after which it is named. These dogs are generally prove to be very intelligent, brave and loyal to their owners. Their thick heavy coat helps as a natural protection to survive the regions cold winter climate., Close to the border with Spain is the Vale do Côa Archaeological Park. It is the world’s largest outdoor collection of Palaeolithic rock paintings, and has been classified as world heritage. The river’s rocky banks are an art gallery decorated with paintings and engravings of a kind you’ve never seen before., History of Vila Real, The Transmontana tourist area is basically a region covering the north-east to the central-east part of Portugal, and covering areas know as the Trás-os-Montes, Beira Alta and Beira Baixa. The main towns of this vast Transmontana area are Bragança, Castelo Branco, Chaves, Guarda, Vila Real and Viseu. Most of these towns are close to the Portuguese border to Spain and have been historically much involved in defending the kingdom. The only other main town in this region is Covilhã which was a popular settlement for shepherds and was granted its status as a town in 1166. It later developed as a centre for the textile industry but in more recent history was a health resort due to its good air and waters.

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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 16:00   to 23:00
Check-out:  08:00  to 12:00
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 7 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Continental breakfast costs EUR 3.75 per person per night.
Buffet breakfast is not included, breakfast menu is available and costs vary.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for cots.
All older children or adults stay free of charge for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds/babycots in a room is 1.


Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

Apartamentos Astilleros is a 3 star hotel featuring 5 rooms in total


  • Laundry
  • Internet Services


  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Family Rooms
  • Heating


Private parking is possible on site (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 10.70 per day.


Wired internet is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.


Pets are not allowed.

Area & travel information


Astilleros, s/n
33430 Candás


Places nearby...

Punta del Cuerno : 0.6 km
Matiella : 0.7 km
Martiella : 0.7 km
Candás : 0.7 km
Espasa : 0.7 km
Carreño : 0.7 km
San Salvador : 1.2 km
San Salvador de Perlora : 1.2 km
Ría de Perán : 1.2 km
Ensenada de Candás : 1.2 km
Perlora : 1.2 km
Bajo El Castanar : 1.7 km
Regueral : 1.8 km
Piedra Perico : 1.9 km
Punta del Cabrito : 2 km
Santa María : 2.7 km
Santiago : 2.7 km
Calera : 2.7 km
Albandi : 2.7 km
Calero : 2.7 km
Dormón : 2.7 km
Prendes : 2.7 km
Santa María de Prendes : 2.7 km
Bocines : 3.2 km
Codres : 3.2 km
San Martín : 3.2 km
Condres : 3.2 km
San Martín de Bocines : 3.2 km
Carrió : 3.5 km
San Lorenzo : 3.5 km
Punta del Regato : 3.5 km
Punta Aviao : 3.5 km
San Lorenzo de Carrió : 3.5 km
Luanco Bay : 3.5 km
Ensenada de Luanco : 3.5 km
Piedeloro : 3.9 km
Santa María de Piedeloro : 3.9 km
Santa María : 3.9 km
Gozon : 4 km
Santa María de Luanco : 4 km
Luanco : 4 km
Luanzo : 4 km
La Cuesta : 4.3 km
El Cabo : 4.4 km
Villar : 4.5 km
San Esteban : 4.5 km
Guimarán : 4.5 km
Busto : 4.5 km
Santa Eulalia de Nembro : 4.5 km
Nembro : 4.5 km
Aboño : 4.5 km
Playas de Xivares : 4.5 km
Ría de Aboño : 4.5 km
Rebollada : 4.7 km
San Juan de Pernera : 5 km
San Juan : 5 km
Pervera : 5 km
Poago : 5 km
La Cuesta : 5 km
Santa María : 5 km
Punta de la Vaca : 5 km
Ensenada de Bañugues : 5.2 km
Punta Moniello : 5.2 km
Santa María la Real : 5.3 km
Santa María la Real de Logrezana : 5.3 km
Logrezana : 5.3 km
Balbín : 5.3 km
San Jorge de Heres : 5.3 km
San Jorge : 5.3 km
Heres : 5.3 km
Cabo de Torres : 5.4 km
Islote Orrio de Torres : 5.4 km
Punta Grande : 5.6 km
Restinga de Cabo de Torres : 5.6 km
Restinga de Riastaches : 5.6 km
El Musel : 5.7 km
Punta Trave : 5.7 km
Puerto del Musel : 5.7 km
Musel : 5.7 km
Punta Pequeña : 5.7 km
Ensenada de Forno : 5.7 km
La Ería : 5.7 km
San Martín de Cardo : 5.7 km
Cardo : 5.7 km
San Martín : 5.7 km
Las Cabañas : 5.8 km
Darsena del Musel : 6 km
El Canto : 6.1 km
Zanzabarnin : 6.2 km
Zanzabornín : 6.2 km
Puerto de Gijón : 6.3 km
San Pablo : 6.3 km
Dique Principe de Asturias : 6.4 km
Valle : 6.4 km
Santa Eulalia del Valle : 6.4 km
Santa Eulalia : 6.4 km
San Martín : 6.6 km
Bañugues : 6.6 km
El Monte : 6.6 km
Gelad : 6.6 km
Quintana : 6.6 km
Bañuegues : 6.6 km
Cerro del Otero : 6.6 km
Piedra de la Concha : 6.6 km
Pavierna : 6.7 km
Zarracina : 6.7 km
Monteana : 6.7 km
Jove del Medio : 6.7 km
Ambás : 6.9 km
Santiago de Ambas : 6.9 km
Muelle de la Osa : 7 km
Vioño : 7.1 km
Dique de la Osa : 7.2 km
Santa María : 7.3 km
Veriña : 7.3 km
La Figar : 7.5 km
Viodo : 7.5 km
San Bartolomé de Viodo : 7.5 km
Orilla del Río : 7.6 km
Ovies : 7.7 km
Las Cabañas : 7.7 km
Concha de Gijón : 7.8 km
Puerto de Gijón : 7.8 km
Port Gijon : 7.8 km
Cabo de la Narvata : 7.8 km
Punta de la Narvata : 7.8 km
Banco las Amosucas : 7.8 km
Banco Las Amosucas : 7.9 km
La Calzada : 8 km
La Calzada : 8 km
Campones : 8 km
Roca Punta de Amandi : 8.2 km
Roca La Moral : 8.2 km
Roca Punta de Amandi : 8.2 km
Piedra del Vendaval : 8.3 km
Perdones : 8.4 km
Tamón : 8.4 km
San Juan de Tamón : 8.4 km
San Juan : 8.4 km
Tabaza : 8.4 km
Piedra de San Justo : 8.4 km
Fresno : 8.4 km
Villar : 8.4 km
San Pedro de Fresno : 8.4 km
San Jorge de Manzaneda : 8.4 km
Ferrera : 8.4 km
Manzaneda : 8.4 km
San Jorge : 8.4 km
Serrapio del Mar : 8.5 km
San Cristóbal : 8.6 km
Verdicio : 8.6 km
San Cristóbal de Verdicio : 8.6 km
El Montico : 8.6 km
Piedra del Hueso : 8.6 km
Serrapio de Tierra : 8.7 km
Roca La Moral : 8.7 km
Roca Martín : 8.9 km
Juberia : 8.9 km
Juvería : 8.9 km
Punta de Coroña : 8.9 km
Santa Olaya : 9 km
San Juan de Tremañes : 9 km
Tremañes : 9 km
Cerro de Coroña : 9 km
San Juan : 9 km
Braña : 9 km
Huerno : 9.2 km
Ferrero : 9.2 km
Cerro de Santa Catalina : 9.3 km
Península de Santa Catalina : 9.3 km
Punta Peña del Cuervo : 9.4 km
San Vicente : 9.4 km
San Vicente de Trasona : 9.4 km
Trasona : 9.4 km
Picota : 9.6 km
Gijón : 9.6 km
Santiago de Ambiedes : 9.7 km
Ambiedes : 9.7 km
Barreda : 9.7 km
Peñas : 9.8 km
Faro de Peñas : 9.8 km
Sagrado Corazón : 9.8 km
Iboya : 9.8 km
Cabo de Pena : 9.9 km
Cabo Peñas : 9.9 km
San Andrés de Tacones : 9.9 km
Reboria : 9.9 km
Arroyo : 9.9 km
Tacones : 9.9 km
San Andrés : 9.9 km
Costa Verde : 10 km
Pumarín : 10 km
Canal de Sahones : 10 km
Ensenada de San Lorenzo : 10 km
Iglesia de San Lorenzo : 10 km
Serín : 10.1 km
Vallín : 10.1 km
San Miguel : 10.1 km
San Martín : 10.2 km
Podes : 10.2 km

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