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The beautiful chapel of Santa Irene is located at the foot of the Way of St. James. It is a simple construction with a rectangular ground plan,...
Socastro is located in the parish of Herbogo. The location of this “castro” (Celtic settlement) makes it visible from almost all of...
La Copa do Castro, conocida también como Coto do Castro o Castro de San Mamede, es el nombre que se dio a este asentamiento...
In Padrón, beside the bridge of Santiago and very close to the Convento do Carme, we can stop at the Fonte do Carme to sip some of its...
The majestic church of Santa María de Gonzar rises up in the parish of Gonzar. It is a baroque building located in a setting of great...
The neoclassical church of Santiago de Padrón is located near the end of Paseo del Espolón. Its thick walls also house traces of...
As an architectural work in the Romanesque style transitioning to late Gothic, it is one of the most characteristic monuments of Galicia’s...
This is the name given to a granitic outcrop near the village of A Igrexa (Portomouro de Arriba), which now features three anthropomorphic...
The Pedrón is a Roman altar stone that was the mooring place used by the boat bringing the Apostle James’ remains to Galicia from...
A mythical rock closely linked to the “Romería de la Santa Isabel” pilgrimage; it is attributed with healing powers in the...