What to visit

Toxa Waterfall

The Fervenza do Toxa is a natural spectacle. A native forest leads to this impressive waterfall, one of the most beautiful in Galicia. It is an amazing festival of nature, a spectacle of light, water and sound that will hardly be forgotten.

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Pazo de Oca

Part of an original defensive type building, built by D. Suero de Oca at the end of the 15th century. In the 18th century, this building became a baroque-style agricultural and residential complex. Inside it houses the oldest Baroque garden in Galicia, terraced and dominated by water.

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Liñares River Beach

Located between the parishes of Lagartóns and Moreira, in the municipality of A Estrada, the Liñares river beach is privately operated, although it can be accessed through the river area to enjoy a day for adults and children with a bathing area and games.

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Guimarei Tower

It is a tower of the s. XIII, with a square floor plan that constitutes the last remains of a medieval castle destroyed by the irmandiños attacks in the s. XV, like most medieval castles in Galicia.

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Campo Lameiro

In Campo Lameiro the rocks speak with an ancient voice. This town hall, located in the region of Terras de Pontevedra, is known for being the Galician capital of rock art.

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Castrolandín is a medium-sized fort from the end of the Iron Age, inhabited at the end of the Castro culture by approximately 100 people dedicated mainly to agriculture.

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Calogo Tower

The tower is the only remaining part of the old Benedictine monastery of San Cipriano de Cálogo, founded by San Fructuoso in the 7th century. The monastery was destroyed by Norman raids in the 9th and 10th centuries.

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Mussels “batea”

The economy of Vilanova de Arousa has revolved around fishing since ancient times, since since the 16th century this was the great provider of fish for Castile. This abundance of raw material led to the establishment of a thriving canning industry, starting in the 18th century.

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