Tábara Camino Sanabrés

Information about Tábara

Tábara is the capital of the region of Tierra de Tábara. This village is a small but interesting one with a history intrinsically linked to its Romanesque church and the scriptorium it houses, where the Beatos, handwritten codices from the 9th century copies of the original of Beato de Liébana, are collected.

It has the basic services necessary for pilgrims who choose to continue along the Camino Sanabrés, making it an almost obligatory stop, and as such, it has some interesting places to visit.

What to see and do in Tábara

Church of Santa María de Tábara

This church dates back to the 10th century and was declared a Historic-Artistic Monument in 1931. It was a huge monastery of which only its Mozarabic style tower with a horseshoe arch remains. This church has undergone modifications throughout history until 1761, when it was left with the structure of three naves and a polygonal apse that we know today.