About us


Early years

Our business is one of the oldest of the village. In the early years we opened on the June 10th, 1968. Attended by Mr. Julián Luna y Mrs. Clemencia López, on that while, it was an Hotel; giving bar, coffee, restaurant and lodging services. It was a family business attended by the whole family.



It was closed from year 1981 and it was opened again on 1986 as a coffee-bar.



In the last period, again on June 10st, this time on 1986 the establishment was managed by the family: Mr. Francisco Vallejo y Mrs. Victoria Luna (Julian's youngest daughter and her husband) are managing the business.


It's located just on the historical center of the village, it's closest than 30 metres of the city council. At the summer season you will be able to enjoy our terrace with outdoor service.

It's on the north face of the main square and next to the most important turistic places of Sahagún:

  • North: St Lawrence Church
  • St John church and Trinity church (Carmelo Gómez Auditorium)
  • South-West: ruins of St Mancio and Benedictin convent
  • South: sanctuary of the Pilgrim Virgin

Every Saturday morning you will enjoy the weekly street market just in fron of our stablishment, you will be able to buy food, clothes...

Constitución Ave. 31
Sahagún (León)
ZIP: 24320


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  • Outdoor terrace
  • Daily newspaper
  • WiFi
  • Personalized service

Outdoor terrace

You'll enjoy our outdoor terrace during the whole year.


Sahagun is a spanish village in the south-east of Leon, just in the north-occidental zone in Castile and Leon. Located between Cea and Valderaduey rivers this area is known as Tierra de Campos, sharing it with other towns like Cea, Grajal de Campos and Calzada del Coto. In this zone Sahagun is the main population area.


Puente Canto (Stone Bridge)

It crosses the Cea river and it's part of the Santiago's Way

Located in the plains of the river Cea and Valderaduey, born in the shadow of a sanctuary dedicated to the martyrs Facundo and Primitivo and consolidated in the eleventh century with the arrival of the Order of Cluny and the grant of jurisdiction to the town by the king Alfonso VI of León. During his reign Sahagún gained importance with the boost given to the way to Santiago and the introduction in the peninsula of the rites and practices from Cluny against the Visigothic ones, leading to increased trade and extended the influence of the town over a wide area geographic. After holding its importance during the Middle Ages, the town's decline was gradual, accentuating it by the disentailment of Mendizábal. In 1931 it was the second Spanish town after Eibar, in proclaiming the Second Republic.


Ermita de La Virgen del Puente (Hermitage)

The first monument you'll see if you walk the Santiago's Way at the León province

Its heritage and monuments, and various celebrations taking place throughout the year, most notably "Semana Santa", make it a town receiving national and international tourism. Among its most representative monuments are the Church of San Lorenzo, the church of San Tirso, the Santuario de la Peregrina and the ruins of the Royal Monastery of San Benito, all of them declared of cultural interest.


Ruinas del antiguo monasterio (Ancient monastery ruins)

In the nearby you'll find the San Mancio chapel, San Benito arc and Trinity church

That cultural importance is accentuated by being a transit of the Camino de Santiago and belonging to the Federation of Cluniac Places. In 2009 the town celebrated the ninth anniversary of the death of King Alfonso VI, why were conducted several commemorative activities in the form of conferences and publications.