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.
A fun spot to discover ruins like I have never seen before. Very accessible with options to walk from the bottom or drive to the top and look down. Walk as much as you want or as little. It is fascinating to think that people lived there!! Beautiful views of the sea and inlet of the river mino very worth... 更多
We drove up the mountain, early in the morning, through the thick fog, to this absolutely amazing location. The local people are to be commended on how well they have maintained this site's integrity, whilst also rejecting any potential commercial gain. Well done, A Guarda...this is a real gem.
Fantastic visit to the ruins and reconstruction of the celtic village of Santa Tecla. We enjoy travel here and the walking around the village. The views from the top are breathtaking and you can see Portugal and Galicia at great extent. An amazing visit that you must see.
Wonderful history here. While Europe is full of may old sites, this one is some of the oldest archeological ruins we've seen. It's fun to imagine how people may have lived 2000 year ago. We missed the museum - not sure how but we did. Be sure to determine it's location by asking at the gate.