The walker leaves Ribadeo passing by the football field, just in front you can see the Jacobean sign, and goes in the direction to the cemetery. After covering close to nine kilometers, almost all in ascent, the route arrives to Vilela. Once passing this village, the stage continues on plain ground to O Esfolado and then, climbing again, it will take us from here up to Vilamartín.
A descent of three long kilometers brings us over to Gondán, and walking up and then down through some very well signposted tracks, the route passes first through O Corveiro and reaches Vilanova de Lourenzá, town built up around the Benedictine monastery founded in the 10th century.
Between the lovely beaches of A Mariña and the forests of Trabada, in the valley crossed by salmon rivers, O Cabazo da Curuxa conserves its original rustic atmosphere of a stone and chestnut house. Its nice five rooms are completed with a wood stove. Its garden with fruit trees and presided by an impressive granary, Mondoñedo style, also has a porch and a little terrace that overlooks the valley.
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