i didn't had luck, the fog covered the amazing view. but is very beautiful, its a must see. you have a very big village to see, all well documented. the road is in very good condition, the bad is that doesent have any rails, only stone marks, dont know if is safe on winter.
Santa Tecla is an elevated point in Galicia, in the end of Minho River. Spetacular views and nice history. If you have time walk through the place and then hit the road towards Baiona
I visited this place while I was on the Camino Portugues. It was a little off track as I planned to do the coastal until Caminhas and then take a train to Valenca and do the interior. But when I saw photos of this place a few months before my trip, I knew I had to make a slight detour... 更多
Walk or drive up. If you drive there is a charge per person for a family of five it was €4 which was great value. Park where you can when you get near the top by rhe actual village (its a free for all). The village itself is great and unusually you are free to climb over it. At the... 更多
Nice spot on a sunny day. Fresh air, pretty views of the Miño river separating Spain and Portugal and lovely settlings. I would recommend it if you are around La Guardia area. The only thing I don't agree with is the new 1€ entry fee for person. It isn't much but it used to be free and a good weekend... 更多
This place was fantastic. I walked up the hill - took about 30-45 mins. The views from the top, of the Minho estuary, the Atlantic and the town of A Guarda were stunning. The settlement itself was very well preserved, intriguing and photogenic. I took dozens of photos - then lost my camera two days later. I would almost go... 更多
This site has significant physical beauty with amazing views across the river Miño to Portugal and out to the Atlantic. The view is set amongst the ruins of a Celtic settlement over 1600 years old. There is evidence of their religious worship with rows of Celtic crosses and also the relics of their homes which were once thatched stone cottages.... 更多
This ancient settlement is interesting because the houses are so close together and in a location with magnificent views. Most of the house remains are just the foundations but two have been restored to the way they are presumed to have been structured. Certainly a place to visit if in the area.