Next, we head to the coast to pay a visit to the granary of Ozón, in the town of Muxía. Count the 21 pairs of feet of this giant gourd-shaped eighteenth-century granite construction yourself, before heading to the church of San Xián de Moraime. Upon your arrival, you'll be received by a holy site in which you will find traces of a bright and glorious past. Built in the Middle Ages, the twelfth-century church was integrated into the only historical monastery on the Costa da Morte, long since abandoned. Its portico, with features of the Cathedral of Santiago, is beautiful. Moraime was linked to the priory of San Martiño Pinario de Santiago, which is a testimony to its importance. In the shadow-filled interior that invites meditation, you'll find paintings depicting the seven deadly sins and death. And, if you have a walk round the cemetery, you'll discover the excavations of a Roman-Christian necropolis.