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Santa Lucía de Gordón is a village in the central mountain of Castile and Leon. It has a population of 400 people (2019) and it is the second biggest village of the municipality.


It's a beautiful village situated in a valley.

It's famous for the coal mines, which for many years has been the workplace of most people in the region. They also eat very well, with its high-mountain cuisine. The people are very simple and friendly, but they have the character of the hard men of the mine.

Get in[edit]

You can get there by car along the road of Asturias. It's 36 km from León and 118 km from mountain Pass Pajares.

It has a railway station on the León-Gijón line.

Get around[edit]



Since few people live there, there are very few shops and bars. It's a very quiet village, maybe a little boring. But it has a very beautiful landscape and beautiful paths to walk through the countryside.






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