Terra Cha is special for many reasons: because of the particular topography and landscape that give it its name, because it is the source of Galicia's largest river, the River Miño, and because of other signs of human life that settled in over time.
In this region, we find traditions and cuisine linked to the fruits of its land and water. And, speaking of water, this route does not end here, but rather is taken from inland out to the coast of Lugo, a perfect end to this journey.
Taking advantage of the fact that our trip starts at the province's capital, we set aside the first part of the day to visit the Muralla de Lugo (Wall of Lugo), which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000, and is an ongoing reminder left by the city's founders.
Since you're in Outeiro de Rei, try their delicious fried eels and take advantage of your opportunity to visit Bonxe and take away a keepsake of one of the most important ceramics factories in Galicia, along with those in Buño (A Coruña), Gundivós and Niñodaguia (Ourense). Another characteristic handicraft of this region are the birchwood clogs and, when it comes to food, one of the staples of the Galician diet: the potato. Summer is a great time to see these vast farmlands.
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