During the Middle Ages, Muros – which was founded in the tenth century – was one of the most important of Galicia’s ports; it was declared a historical/artistic complex in 1970. Its waterfront, surrounded by inviting colonnades, is the starting point of narrow streets that will lead us to solidly impressive buildings along with others that are more rustic and seafaring. We’ll take the opportunity to visit the “maritime” Gothic Church of San Pedro de Muros
, or the Hermitage de San Roque
, situated at the town’s highest point, from which we’ll have a lovely view of the entire region.
The River Xallas’s waterfall
into the sea,
a unique phenomenon in Europe.