To discover the Valley of Meis, cyclists can follow this circular route which starts at the San Tomé de Nogueira Recreational Area.
The streams that accompany you along the first section, San Tomé and Manela, flow northwards to form the River Cañón, which ends in the Umia. Later, the route advances between the land consolidation and the O Salnés dual carriageway to reach San Salvador de Meis. Now the San Martiño and Campo Ladrón streams form a valley which descends eastwards, whilst the route begins an ascent up the side of A Pedra da Valada to reach the hillsides of A Escusa Mountain. Along the way it is a good idea to stop off at the small chapel of San Nicolao in Casillaflor. From here, the way back to Arcos Mountain offers magnificent views of this fertile valley to end the route along side the restored Arcos watermills.
The start of the route coincides with Route 6 up to the vicinity of the Church of San Tomé de Nogueira. It also coincides in the Recreational Area with Routes 7 y 10.