Activities in Amaido

Agricultural Activities

The Amaido farm has orchards with fruit trees and greenhouses where the users of the agrotourism complex and of course the little ones and not so little ones will enjoy and learn everything related to the agricultural sector in the summer season: harvesting vegetables, planting seeds , making cuttings and many more activities depending on availability.

Farm Activities

We love animals, that’s why the Amaido complex has a large farm where every morning you can feed the animals. You will enjoy the chickens, you will see how the chicks are born, you will collect the eggs, you will play with the rabbits, geese and ducks. You can also feed the sheep, pigs and goats native to our region.

These activities are guided, where they will explain curiosities about each animal, the little ones and the not so little ones will learn to love all the animals and learn everything about the farm.

Rural Games

Every year during high season, rural games are prepared once a month, where parents and children have fun playing the spanish usual games. A great party where you will enjoy the sack races, the chairs game or the spoon and egg game among many more games.

Esfolla Corn Workshops

San Tirso de Abrés offers corn harvesting workshops in season, to learn how to esfollar (remove the leaves) and then store the ears in the granary. You will also learn to debullar (remove the kernels from the cob).

Everything is used from corn, to make toys, mattress fillings… among many other interesting things.
Don’t miss this trip to the past with Amaido Agroturismo.

Cider & Wine Workshops

An activity where we will make our own cider in season when the apples from our orchard are ready, we will learn about the different types of apples, we will participate in the process of making cider, with the apples from our orchards, we will collect chestnuts to finish with a traditional Magüestu , where the little ones and the not so little ones will enjoy a well-deserved rest. You fancy?

Leisure and Adventure Activities


Although there are more than 30 routes in the Oscos-Eo region, we have compiled a selection of the most beautiful routes.

1.- Railway route – San Tirso de Abres

It is a tour along the old mining railway track where we can enjoy in some of its sections the riverbed of the Eo River and we will cross several railway tunnels, some quite long. An ideal route to do by bicycle or on foot. Don’t forget to bring a flashlight!

It is a linear route of low difficulty ideal to travel with children, it begins in San Tirso de Abres itself, a few meters from the Amaido agrotourism complex, where you can rent bikes to enjoy this wonderful experience, it has a distance of 14 km round trip, more or less 4 hours on foot.

2.- Eo Estuary Trail – Vegadeo

A route to discover the beauty of the Eo estuary, a protected natural area, a place of Community Interest (SCI) and a Special Protection Area for birds (SPA), a path with a pontoon to get closer to the estuary.< /p>

It runs through the municipalities of Vegadeo, Miou and Louteiro, it is a circular route with low difficulty and a distance of 4.58km, ideal for traveling with family.

3.- Castropol Coastal Walk – Figueras

It runs along the edge of the Eo estuary and offers wonderful views of it, it is a route that allows us the possibility.
to observe the birds of the region since it is a place of passage and wintering for many species. We recommend bringing binoculars.
It is a linear route of low difficulty of only 8 km round trip.

4.- Route A Seimeira – Santa Eulalia de Oscos

In the municipality of Santa Eulalia de Oscos (PR-AS 116) from Pumares and parallel to the Agüeira River, you access the oak and chestnut forest that offers us a charming place.

Later in Ancadeira you can see some examples of traditional architecture. But the culmination is at the end of the senada, after crossing the valley of the exiled we walk a little further until we reach the impressive Seimeira waterfall with a 30 meter drop. It is a linear route of low difficulty of only 8 km round trip.

5.- Forest Route – Villanueva de Oscos

In Santa Eufemia, a popular baroque style chapel from the 17th century is preserved, we will cross a birch forest.

After crossing the Villanueva River we arrive at Pacios, surrounded by impressive oak and chestnut forests. At the end of the route, the Bread Ecomuseum awaits us in Santa Eufemia. It is a linear route of low difficulty of only 8 km.

6.-Green Path – San Martín de Oscos

A route that crosses native oak and birch forests. Upon arriving at A Trapela, deviating a few minutes from the route you can visit the Pena Teixeira mine.

On your return it is recommended to visit Cabeza de Vila, an original 17th century mansion.
It is a circular route of medium difficulty of 7.5km.

7.-Water Route – Taramundi

A route that allows us to enjoy the use of water throughout the centuries in rural areas.

In Mazonovo we can visit the Mill Museum, and from that same point we will enter a dense forest of chestnut and alder trees until we reach the town of Esquios where
you can visit a typical cutlery workshop of the region .

Continuing the route we arrive at Veigas, a small fairytale town with very well preserved architecture and finally Teixois where you cannot miss visiting a unique ethnographic complex.

Descent of the Eo by canoe

A refreshing and fun activity! No experience necessary. All companies have one, two and three-seater boats that are easy to handle and difficult to capsize. For all ages.


Tel. 622 662 253


Tel. 633 366 220


Tel. 607 349 045

Surfing Classes

A very fun activity that you don’t need experience. Learn the techniques to practice this sport, and enjoy surfing classes to improve your balance and expand your knowledge about tides and waves.

Class schedules may vary depending on the tides, weather conditions and waves, which is why all companies will inform you promptly once you make your class reservation.


Tel. 609 903 211


Tel. 686 968 000


Tel. 657 853 323

Paddle Surf

Paddle surfing is an activity suitable for all ages and physical conditions. Also, even if you don’t have enough balance to stand, you can always do it on your knees or sitting.

Glide on the waves of the Cantabrian Sea and explore the caves and galleries of the Asturian coast like you have never done before or take a quieter route along the Eo estuary.

And if you want to have fun with your friends, don’t miss the experience of the Big Paddle XXL or Big SUP with OUKA company they are guaranteed laughter and dips.
A large board with capacity for a maximum of 10 people will test the coordination and balance of the entire group.


Tel. 625 956 861


Tel. 607 349 045


Tel. 622 662 253

Bike rental

Rent a bicycle and enjoy the best routes in the region.

Travel the incredible Railway Route from San Tirso de Abres, the Blue Path that runs along the coast bordering the Ribadeo Estuary, descents from Los Oscos or travel along the coast to the Cathedrals beach pedaling along the Coastal Route.

Enjoy this adventure activity whether you go with friends, children or as a couple, since you can rent bicycles of different inches, seats, trailers and even semi-tandems.



Tel. 622 662 253


Tel. 633 366 220


Tel. 607 349 045


Enjoy a beautiful natural environment and dare to go down one of the longest ziplines in Galicia. The installation recreates the route of the old aerial tram that carried mineral from the slope of the Consuelo Mine to the Boulloso Mine.

An exciting experience, more than 300 meters long and up to 80 meters high above the ground. You dare?

Important: The zip line is only suitable for people weighing between 45 and 110 kg.


ZIPLINE DAS MINAS: Estrada Xeral 31. C.P.: 27720 A Pontenova, Lugo. Right in front of City Hall
Tel. 633 24 88 35 – Website

Horseback riding routes and excursions

Get to know western Asturias and the border with Galicia with a pleasant horseback riding route. These routes usually last one or two hours and can be done through different places in the area. You can discover the Camino de Santiago or be fascinated by the views of the Ría del Eo.

Routes completely adapted to the level of the riders.

You can choose from a wide variety of routes, depending on your preferences and abilities. Either walks along the coast, or exploring the mountains of our region.

Some companies have Ponies for Rides so that the little ones can enjoy these fascinating animals.


La Frontera website

Tel. 620 996 780


Tel. 616 753 929

Diving Courses and Baptisms

Enjoy the introductory days to diving (Baptisms) and the FEDAS/CEMAS diving courses for all levels.


Tel. 609 423 210


Tel. 982 120 428


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Tel. 637 301 090

Tourist Train in Ribadeo

Our tourist train will travel through the picturesque town of Ribadeo. Departures from the park next to the Town Hall and the Torre e los Moreno, two historic buildings, in front of the tourist office.

We will go down to the port to walk the promenade and we will reach the Pancha Island lighthouse along the entire coast. At the lighthouse we will make a short stop so you can enjoy the views. On the way back, we will pass through the center of the town, San Roque Street, so you can enjoy the Indian houses of the town, and we will return to the starting point.


From Monday to Sunday – 50 min. Approx. duration
Mornings: 11.00 – 12.00 – 13.00
Afternoons: 16.00 – 17.00 – 18.00 – 19.00 – 20.00


Children (0-3 years old): Free – Children (4-12 years old): €4
Adults: €7 – Seniors over 65 years: €6


Oficina de Turismo/inform, 27700 Ribadeo, Lugo ESPAÑA

Tel. 609 24 61 32– Página Web

Boat Trips in Ribadeo

NEW AGAMAR is a sightseeing boat along the Ria de Ribadeo or along the Ria of the Eo River.

In summer, during June, July and August we make continuous departures every 30 minutes traversing the river and passing through the ports of Ribadeo, Castropol and Figueras, where you can also board or disembark the boat.


Peirao Porcelain, 27700 Ribadeo, Lugo, Spain

Tel. 609 24 61 32– Página Web

Boat Rental

At Albatros V we have skippered sailboats and yachts so you can enjoy the Eo estuary and its surroundings.

Do you want to be captain for a day? Now with Albatros you can rent your own boat with or without a license and enjoy a wonderful day in the Eo Estuary.


Ribadeo Marina (Paseo Maritimo, 27700 Ribadeo, Lugo)
Castropol Port (Calle Puerto, 33760 Castropol, Asturias)
Puerto de Figueras (Av. Trenor, 33794 Castropol, Asturias)

Tel. 696 504 239 – Página Web

Jet Ski Rental

Course the western coast of Asturias aboard a jet ski and have fun like never before in the Cantabrian Sea.
Different routes are offered but the most recommended are: routes along the Eo estuary, route to the Isla lighthouse Pancha, route to Las Catedrales beach, Rinlo, Porcía and much more.

Feel the adrenaline and let yourself go discovering western Asturias and Galicia and its surroundings by jet ski.



Tel. 696 504 239


Tel. 625 956 861

Karts for all ages

Circuit 1,200 meters long and 10 meters wide that is divided into two circuits to operate simultaneously and independently in the usual way: 700 meter circuit (adults and group packs) and 500 meter circuit (children).

We offer rental of latest generation karts for all ages and levels. Our main objective is to ensure the quality and safety of users, using the best material in terms of performance and safety.


Carretera TC-2 Salave La Roda P.K. 1.2 Tapia de Casariego ASTURIAS
Tel. 609 470 760 – Página Web

Laberinto Costa Mariña Recreational Park

Just 5 minutes from Las Catedrales Beach is the Laberinto Costa Mariña recreational park, a different leisure and entertainment space, with its own identity, where you can enjoy fun experiences, aimed at children and adults by the same.
Come and enjoy the more than 11,000 m2 of our facilities!


– GAMES ONLY (€6.50): Availability to do the games circuit during the 3 hours, as well as the activities that the Entertainment Team could carry out. This modality does not allow access to the Labyrinth.

– LABYRINTH ONLY (€6.50): Availability to do the labyrinth route in the time necessary until completion. This modality does not allow access to the games area.

– MAZE + GAMES (€10.50): The duration of the tour varies much depending on the orientation capacity, if you go in large groups, checking the possibilities of the route much more quickly (Not recommended, better to divide up to avoid this), or luck when making decisions. A little before the end of the time, if a visitor is having a hard time, the park staff will give some clues to help complete the route. The activity lasts up to 3 hours, which are counted from the entrance to the park. * In any type of entry, the labyrinth circuit can be done only once.

* Free entry for children up to 4 years old.


O Candil, polygon 1, plot 49, 27715 Rinlo, Lugo

Tel. 613 50 01 27 – Website

Tourist activities


The Asturian coast is one of the tourist attractions of the Principality. There are almost three hundred and fifty kilometers of beaches, cliffs, capes, etc…

Get to know the most beautiful beaches in our region:

1.- Penarronda Beach – Castropol & Tapia

Declared a Natural Monument, it is one of the most beautiful and extensive beaches in Asturias. It is located between the municipalities of Castropol and Tapia where you will enjoy a beach of fine, golden sand and a large central rock that is the delight of the little ones.

  • Services: Smokeless Beach | Hospitality Service | Showers | Parking | Accessible | Lifeguards | Surfing | Fishing (underwater or not)
  • Length: 600 m.

2.- Arnao Beach – Castropol

In the municipality of Castropol, very close to the port of Figueras is Arnao beach, it is the westernmost beach on the Asturian coast. a beach of fine golden sand with calm waters.

  • Services: Showers | Toilets | Parking | Recreational area | Lifeguards | Fishing (underwater or not)
  • Length: 450 m.

3.- Porcia Beach – El Franco

A complex of beach and estuary, with small marshes and dunes, has enormous natural and scenic value, with views of the Boy islets and is a refuge for migratory birds. This beach is shared by the municipalities of Tapia de Casariego and El Franco as it serves as a boundary between them.

  • Services: Smokeless Beach | Toilets | Showers | Parking | Fishing (underwater or not)
  • Length: 240 m.

4.- Serantes Beach – Tapia de Casariego

Large sandy area with marsh area and dune field. It is a beach of fine sand, with moderate wind and waves, it is located in a rural environment, with easy access and a small parking lot.

It is very familiar and popular among fans of sport fishing and scuba diving, with an average occupancy.

  • Services: Hospitality Service | Showers | Parking | Accessible | Lifeguards | Surfing | Fishing (underwater or not)
  • Length: 200 m.

5.- Mexota Beach – Tapia de Casariego

  • Services: Parking | Naturist Beach
  • Length: 200 m.

Navia Historical Park

A large outdoor cultural theme park based on hillforts and villages, mountains, rivers and fertile valleys, reservoirs with panoramic views.

1.- Andina Caves

The archaeological importance of the Andina Caves is very great, given that a good part of the area that we see today is the result of the mining work that was carried out in Roman times for the extraction of gold.

The combination of different types of rocks and human activity has given rise to a very unique place, with important environmental values, which has led the government of the Principality of Asturias to declare the Andina caves as aMonument Natural in 2002, within the Natural Resources Management Plan of Asturias.


  • Prior reservation is essential. Access only by guided tour.
  • July, August and September, from Tuesday to Sunday at 12:00 and 16:30.
  • Rest of the year, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, at 12:00 and 16:00.
  • Information and reservations: 619 368 169

2.- Chao Samartín Castro

The origin of Chao Samartín as a human settlement dates back to the Bronze Age when, around the year 800 BC. C., a first fortified enclosure was established on the highest esplanade.
During the Iron Age its defenses were renewed on several occasions and in Roman times it became a prosperous administrative capital, until the 2nd century. AD An earthquake destroyed the town.


Regular Hours (October to May):
Guided tours of the Site from the Museum:  Tuesday to Saturday: 1:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Sundays and holidays: 1:30 p.m.

Summer Hours (June to September):
Guided tours of the Site from the Museum: Tuesday to Saturday: 1:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Sundays and holidays: 1:30 p.m.

Every Monday of the year, January 1 and 6, June 24, first Sunday in August and December 24, 25 and 31.

Only guided tours are allowed, free tours are not possible.

Telephone Information: 985 627 143

3.- Coaña Castro

Built on a small hill and delimited by a thick wall with a moat dug into the rock, hidden today. Up to 80 cabins are preserved. A large tower delimits the complex and represents the last access to the enclosure. Its origin dates back to several centuries before the Roman conquest.


Wednesday – Sunday: 10:30 – 16:30 h. (Last recommended pass at 4:00 p.m.).
Monday and Tuesday: closed.
Closed: January 1 and 6, September 8. December 24, 25 and 31.
Consult guided tours.

Telephone Information: 985 978 401

Mariña Lucense

The Mariña Lucense is made up of valleys, mountains and coasts of exceptional biological wealth of great environmental interest.

Discover and enjoy great natural monuments such as: ‘La Cueva do Rei Cintolo’, ‘Souto da Retorta’, ‘La Playa de las Catedrales’; to the Biosphere Reserves (UNESCO) of ‘Terras do Miño’, ‘Rio Eo, Oscos e Terras de Burón’: passing through the Special Protection Areas for Birds (ZEPAS) of the Ría de Foz and Ribadéo.

1.- Cathedrals Beach

Cathedrals Beach, also known as As Catedrais, has fine sand, has a length of 1400m (at low tide) and in summer the waves are usually moderate.

Listed as one of the 10 best beaches in the world and number one in our country.
Cathedrals Beach is what Praia de Augas Santas (Holy Waters Beach) is known to tourists. This name has been given because of the shape of its cliffs. It is declared a Natural Monument by the Department of the Environment of the Xunta de Galicia.


We recommend that you inform yourself in advance of the times and extent of the tides, as well as the weather forecast.


Information and reservations: HERE

2.- King Cintolo Cave

It isthe largest natural cave in Galicia and is located in the town of Mondoñedo a few kilometers from Amaido

The origin of this cave is a narrow and extensive strip of calcareous rocks from the Lower Cambrian (about 530 million years ago), which extends through Lugo and Ourense.
Water is the protagonist of its karst formation. numerous galleries, lava flows, stalactites, stalagmites… a natural spectacle.

In The Cova do Rei Cintolo, 7000 meters of galleries have been formed over time.
The maximum difference in elevation is around 75 meters, with inland waters that They form several lagoons and an underground stream.

These caves are cataloged by the General Directorate of Heritage as a Paleolithic type site and, therefore, linked to the first stages of human beings on Earth.

The cave is closed to free access and is in its natural state. You can request a guided tour.


  • Prior reservation is essential. Access only by guided tour.
  • Price €15. Minimum age 11 years and normal physical training.
  • June, July, August and September, Monday to Sunday. Three groups a day: 12pm, 5pm and 6:30pm.
  • April, May and October: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Three groups a day: 12pm, 5pm and 6:30pm.
  • March, November and December (until the end of the Bridge): Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Two groups a day: 12pm and 5pm.
  • Information and reservations: 982 507 177

3.- Souto da Retorta. The forest of the giants.

Everything is prepared to make the visit to this Natural Monument, Souto da Retorta or Eucaliptal de Chavín easier. It is a simple route that winds between the Landro River and the drainage channel of a dam.

It is only a kilometer of a simple route, where you will meet the so-called grandparents of all the eucalyptus trees that today expand along the Galician coastal strip.

The itinerary begins in the place of Calvoso and ends where the largest eucalyptus of all is found, the so-called “O Avó” (the grandfather) planted in 1880, with more than 67 meters of height. height and 10.5 meters perimeter.
The return is made following the same path in the opposite direction.


Six kilometers from Viveiro on the road to Mondoñedo (LU-540) and detour to Chavín (LU-161).

4.- Los Acantilados de Papel en Xove

Los Acantilados de papel, situados en las cercanías de la Punta de Morás, son unas magníficas formaciones de rocas graníticas, de extraordinaria belleza. Tienen una altura de unos 40 metros esculpidos por el viento y la fuerza del mar a lo largo de los siglos.

Su nombre proviene de su apariencia, formando pliegues, dobleces, diversas formas  que nos hacen pensar en papeles.

Desde la punta y cabo de Morás observaremos los Islotes Farallóns al este, y para el Oeste podremos incluso acercarnos paseando hasta el Islote de Ansarón y Las Salseiras hacia Punta Arxente. Forman parte de una costa rocosa, recortada, sinuosa y abrupta que está protegida por las figuras de ZEC (Zona de Especial Conservación) Costa Marina Occidental y por la ZEPA ( Zona de Especial Protección para las aves) que abarca a mayores el territorio marítimo.

La isla de Ansarón tiene 10 hectáreas de extensión y es una de las mayores islas de la Marina Lucense, alcanza unos 80 metros de altitud, con acantilados muy ricos en percebe y pulpo de la piedra.  Además su protección viene derivada de la importancia como lugar de cría de aves marinas como la gaviota patiamarilla, cormorán moñudo o ostrero que actualmente solo anida en esta costa de Galicia.


5.- Fuciño do Porco-O Vicedo

Impresionante mirador sobre la playa de Pereira y Area Grande. Estamos ante una ruta que transcurre por pasarelas de madera con algunas escaleras y que permite gozar de un paisaje espectacular que abarca desde Xove hasta Bares, otorgando unas vistas que te dejarán sin palabras.

Distancia: 3,7 kilómetros ida y vuelta – Duración: 2 horas – Dificultad: Fácil


Reserva: Durante los meses de Julio y Agosto es necesaria la reserva para la visita a través de esta pagina web.

San Tirso de Abrés

The council of San Tirso de Abrés is located in the valley formed by the Eo River. It is a town that has received salmon, trout and trout fishermen for decades.

San Tirso de Abres received the EXEMPLAR TOWN OF ASTURIAS award in 2011, which is awarded each year by the Prince of Asturias Foundation. On the occasion of the presentation of the SS.AA.RR award, the Princes of Asturias visited the Council on October 22 . As a commemoration of this Award, the Princes discovered a plaque placed on a fossil chestnut tree carved by a Santirseño craftsman. The carvings show the activities, traditional trades and characteristic elements of the Council.

It is the town where our agrotourism complex is located. It has food stores, bars, a hairdresser and a municipal swimming pool.

Here you can relax walking along the Eo River or even enjoy a day of fishing, since there are fishing areas without private reserves. Visit the Eo Fishing Interpretation Center to find out how the river has influenced the town and everything related to fishing in the place.

You cannot miss traveling on foot or by bicycle along the famous railway route and passing through its dark tunnels and enjoying the flora and fauna along its route.

Discover the council with gentle terrain through its towns that preserve traditional architecture such as San Andrés or La Antigua among other towns in the region.

The clients of the Amaido agrotourism complex love to bathe in the Eo River which is a few meters from the campsite, where the little ones and the not so little ones enjoy the trampolines located in a large pool and the fun baths.



Vegadeo is the capital of the council, it is the main service center of the Ocos-Eo Region. Don’t forget to walk the Path of the 12 Bridges, enjoying the town and various works of art by contemporary Asturian authors. Visit The ethnographic complex of Mazo de Meredo is located in a magnificent recreational area and brings us closer to the tradition of water use.

Vegadeo also has an important civil architectural heritage where some palatial complexes and noble houses stand out, such as the Casa de los Lastra in Vixande, and so much so that there is an entire Route of the Palaces.

The fact of being on the border turned this territory into an area of black market merchants, and that reality is what is remembered in the Ruta del Estraperlo, without forgetting its condition as a river bank, which is clearly perceived in the Senda de la Eo Estuary. The capital, A Veiga/Vegadeo, is a lively town with abundant commercial and fair activity.



The town of Castropol is located on a small hill with views of the Eo Estuary, be sure to stroll through its historic center declared a Site of Cultural Interest, a charming place that allows us to travel back in time to bygone eras.

Enjoy boating, sailing and canoeing tours along the Eo Estuary and don’t forget to visit the EO Estuary Interpretation Center. Relax on Penarronda or Arnao beach with fine golden sand and enjoy its spectacular views.



The town of Taramundi nestled in the heart of the mountains preserves the charm of the old shops. Visit the Loom Museum where you will learn the process of transforming wool and linen.

You cannot miss The Ethnographic Complex of Os Teixos, it shows various devices moved by the force of water such as a mallet, mill, fulling mill and power plant.

The Mazonavo Mills Museum where you will learn how our ancestors ground grain, an interactive museum where the little ones and the not so little ones will enjoy grinding the grain themselves.

The Bres Water House where you can see the hydraulic devices.

House-Museum of Traditional Cutlery, in Pardiñas with an artisan workshop and a large collection of knives and folding knives.

In this council you will also find charming towns such as As Veigas, Almallos and Santa Marina.


Santa Eulalia de Oscos

In this charming villa, popular architecture is mixed with the great houses of the 20th century. You can come and see how the artisanal looms work or take a jet workshop.

Do not forget to visit the Casa Natal museum of the Marquis of Sargadelos, promoter in the 18th century of modern iron and steel and quality ceramic production.
In the Mazonovo hammer you can see a ferreiro working iron and making a nail with his own hands. An experience that adults and children will not forget.

And in Ferreira you can enjoy the water of canoe rides and impressive views and routes.


San Martín de Oscos

A place with a special charm, its square shares space with the Guzmás palace, with a baroque façade, the Curón granary, with a green roof, and the large porticoed church.

Enjoy walks through towns that have not lost their essence, such as Villarquille, where the Casa del Marco is located, a museum of the peasant house, a traditional house in which the way of life in the region until the 20th century is recreated.
You can book an interesting and entertaining guided tour of Mina Carmina or take some excursions to Castro de San Isidro, visiting the rest of the mines in the council.


Villanueva de Oscos

The entire town surrounds the impressive Monastery of Santa María, of which we can visit the church and cloister.

Don’t miss the Bread Ecomuseum, to learn about the complete cycle of its production and become true experts.
And enjoy the wonderful views of the Sierra de la Bobia and the Garganta port where we can still find horses galloping freely.


Ribadeo (Galicia)

Just 24 minutes by car from Amaido Agroturismo, is the town of Ribadeo, a city of stately buildings, which preserves in its streets, shops and restaurants the refined trace of a time when it was the first port in the Cantabrian Sea. .

Ribadeo is the Galician municipality that has the highest concentration of Indian houses, about 27, which are inspired by the contemporary neighborhoods of Buenos Aires or Havana and are presented in a whole range of styles: modernist, historicist or traditional.

Ribadeo Indian Festival

In the first fortnight of July this famous festival is celebrated where all the neighbors recreate going back to the 19th and 20th centuries, a time in which the city grew thanks to the donations of emigrants who went to “make the Americas “.

Exhibitions, dramatized period performances, musical performances, film days, classic cars and a decoration of the entire old town decked out with exotic flowers, antique furniture and, of course, thousands of people dressed in period clothing for the occasion .

What to see in Ribadeo

San Roque neighborhood, famous for its numerous Indian houses.

Casa do Patín: On Muralla Street a section of the old medieval wall is preserved and you can reach the Casa do Patín, the oldest civil building in Ribadeo.

Capilla de la Trinidad. Built in the 12th century by Ferdinand II on the old walls of Ribadeo, there is a beautiful baroque altarpiece with carvings from different periods inside. It is located next to the Atalaya Park, where you can see two old cannons that were used to defend the city

Puerto de Porcillán. Old fishing port converted into a recreational port, ideal for taking a walk along the banks of the Eo estuary and seeing some of its most historic buildings such as the Old Customs House and an old manor house. from the beginning of the 18th century.

Plaza de España. This garden square also known as Plaza de O Campo surrounded by some of the most emblematic buildings, such as the Torre de los Moreno, built at the beginning of the 20th century by the Indian brothers Moreno in modernist style, and the Pazo de los Ibañez, from the 18th century in neoclassical style and currently the headquarters of the Ribadeo town hall.

Illa Pacha Lighthouse. This small island that houses the two lighthouses of Ribadeo and is linked by a small bridge to the peninsula…


Town of Ribadeo of medieval origin with a great fishing tradition and that has one of the oldest fishing brotherhoods in Spain.

– CETAREAS ROUTE. In 1904, a natural cetarea for the cultivation of lobster and crab began to operate in Rinlo, located on an area of the coast where the sea and rocks form a natural pool. the locals know it by the name Estornín, although officially it is called Cetárea del Puerto de Rinlo.

The second cetarea that was built in the area is just 500m from the first in an area that locals know as Penancín, in Pena de Corvos. They made this cetarea bigger. It could hold up to 20,000 kilos of lobsters.

Finally in Punta Corveira, we find the third Rinlo cetarea, built in 1954. This cetarea was the largest of all, it is located about a kilometer from the town and the locals know it as the Ollo Cetárea Longo.

Remember to do the route at low tide!!

– GASTRONOMY. The fact that it is one of the places where the best lobsters, lobsters and spider crabs on the entire Cantabrian coast are raised, favors the weight that restoration has in this fishing town, for That’s it, you can’t leave Rinlo without trying its famoussoupy rice with lobster.