The Trevinca area includes not only the highest peak in Galicia but also the most glacial lakes on the Iberian peninsula outside of the Pyrenees.
O Teixadal de Casaio is the second largest and most western yew forest in Europe. It is nestled in a valley in the Serra do Eixe, with Pena Surbia rising behind it. The highest mountain in Galicia, Pena Trevinca, is nearby.
“Cambados, upon seeing you, I passed through the sea of Cambados and almost got lost.”
Galicia hides in its Entroido a symbolism and tradition which gives the holiday an almost religious meaning to its citizens and attract an increasing number of visitors every year.
The Camino Sanabrés is a variant of the Vía de la Plata (Silver Route), entering Galicia from the province of Zamora in Castile-León. The Galician portion of the Sanabrés has seven stages totaling nearly 200 kilometers (125 miles).