It is worth visiting. Leaving Caldas, we cross the garden, the carballeira and we enter in a pleasant walk that runs next to the River Umia, along this walk we can appreciate numerous mills, some of them restored.
The Fervenzas de Segade are a group of waterfalls, which offer a spectacular waterfall, which has given rise to the formation of pools used by many bathers. Next to them we find the ruins of the factory of the light (hydroelectric power station built in 1900) and a viewpoint conditioned to admire the beauty of this natural environment.
Located in the municipality of Barro this beautiful waterfall, where the Barosa River saves almost 60 meters in a short distance, has a series of 17 water mills arranged along the waterfalls forming a unique complex.
The area is equipped as a recreational area, with tables, fountains, barbecues and even toilets. All this makes it very crowded in the summer and suitable for bathing.
The Camino de Santiago passes just a few meters from here, this allows many pilgrims to come and visit this place.
O Salnés is an excellent destination to activate all the senses and live a full experience. Its climate, landscapes, wonderful beaches and rich heritage, as well as numerous routes to enjoy a pleasant walk make this area unique. Its top quality seafood and its rich wine culture do the rest.
Sanxenxo, O Grove, the Illa da Toxa or the beach of A Lanzada, among many other places to visit that will not leave you indifferent, are the musts of any visit to this area of the province of Pontevedra.
Pontevedra, or as many know it, the city of Lérez, is a city to live in, hospitable par excellence. It has an attractive historical centre (it is part of the State’s heritage and it is one of the best preserved in Galicia) which stands out, beyond the undoubted interest of its monuments, for its harmonious stone complex, full of noble emblazoned houses, arcades and squares that maintain a strong urban vitality.
It received the UN Habitat award for its urban pedestrian model and all international forums on mobility and urban planning mention Pontevedra as an example of good practice.
Su Centro Histórico declarado por la UNESCO Patrimonio de la Humanidad desde 1985. Santiago un imprescindible en tus visitas. Hablar de la capital de Galicia es hablar del Camino, una ruta de peregrinación que surgió en el siglo IX y que unió desde entonces este lugar con el resto de Europa.
Casco histórico, Catedral, Pórtico de la Gloria. Plazas emblemáticas, decenas de iglesias, conventos y palacios. Y también tiendas, restaurantes y un mercado de abastos rebosante de productos frescos. En pleno centro, la Alameda con sus árboles de camelias y el Paseo de la Herradura, con una estupenda vista de la catedral.
The Rias Baixas has wonderful places to visit and enjoy: Combarro, a very picturesque seafaring town with a historical site in which the hórreos and cruceiros are the great protagonists. Cambados, Capital of the Albariño wine, D.O. Rias Baixas. Bars, wine cellars and wine shops are places that should be visited not only by Albariño lovers, but also by those who want to know the past and present of one of the main engines of the economy of the region of O Salnés.