The Rio Barosa course offers a wide environmental biodiversity with a typical riverside forest, with ash trees, willows, ash trees, bay leaves, oaks, etc. Shrubs like rushes, lavender, brush, hawthorn, etc. Herbs such as bordolobo, consolda, estruga, primula, besides a rich diversity of mosses, algae and ferns, worthy of observing given the degree of humidity of this biotope.
Monasterio De Armenteria
Armenteira is a word derived, most likely, from the Latin armentum, meaning greater cattle, equine or bovine. Today, and for centuries, it is the name of a stream, a parish and a monastery. The stream runs joyfully and singly until it spills its waters in the Umia. The parish, with a thousand inhabitants, divided into fifteen population centers, belongs to the municipality of Meis (Pontevedra) and to the diocese of Santiago.
The monastery, old and accredited, has given name to the place, which is, in round numbers, 80 kilometers from Santiago, 28 from Vilagarcía de Arousa, 11 from Cambados, 25 from the island of A Toxa, 18 from Sanxenxo and another 18 from Pontevedra capital.
The Cies Islands, nicknamed by Ptolemy as the Islands of the Gods, by Plino as the Siccas and identified by many as the mythical Casitérides de Herodoto where Phoenicians and Carthaginians were provided with tin, are located in the heart of the Rías Baixas, in the province of Pontevedra, Galicia, in the Northwest of Spain. Since July 2002, they have been part of the archipelagoes of Ons, Sálvora and Cortegada of the National Park of the Atlantic Islands that extend along the Rías Baixas.
Catedral de Santiago de Compostela
The construction of the great Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela had to begin around the year 1075, promoted by Bishop Diego Peláez and directed by Maestro Esteban.
Galicia, que no te lo cuenten
Knowing Galicia is like knowing the world, both for its landscape and gastronomic variety, getting lost in Galicia is to be found in paradise, it is best to check it.
Por la comarca del salnés entre la Ria de Arosa y Pontevedra
Between the Ria de Arosa and Pontevedra, we find the coastal towns of greater tourist interest in Las Rias Bajas.
Islas Atlanticas de Galicia
The Atlantic Islands of Galicia are worth visiting for many reasons that you will discover when you visit them.
In every corner of Galicia you will discover something different.
El Salnés es un encanto, cuando lo conozcas lo recomendarás
The saln is a charm, when you know it you will recommend it.