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A visit from north to south to a series of recently restored mills. The mid-mountain landscape boasts
pasture meadows where cattle graze, pine forests, varied wildlife (mostly deer and wild boars) and small
The route can be divided into two sections:
From Ferradal Mill to Lamela Mill, where it coincides with the beginning of PR-G 134. The route follows the
flattest and most populated part of the territory, visiting villages such as Bolaño and Rebordaos.
Halfway along the route you can
visit Pestana Mill, by leaving the
main route along a diversion.
The second stretch starts at Lamela
Mill (one of the few in Galicia with
an outside waterwheel), heading
north towards the slopes of Mount
Miradoiro, passing through places
like Nabeda and Teixeda. After
reaching the highest point of this
section, we descend along a trail
that crosses small and almost
completely abandoned villages
towards the River Azuma Valley,
where we can visit the last mill on
the route, in A Veiga.
We recommend travelling this
route by bike or on horseback
because of both its profile and
orography and the direct contact
with a mid-mountain landscape of
On the A6 at the city of Lugo, take exit 493 and join
the LU-530 towards A Fonsagrada. In the vicinity of
Castroverde, turn onto the LU-1203 to Castedo where
you will find the access to Ferradal Mill.
The Ways of St. James
The Primitive Camino
Duration (hours): 6
Length description: The main route is 22 km. and the diversion
Length (Km.): 25.0
Minimum height above sea level: 503 m.
Maximum height above sea level: 839 m.
Cumulative elevation loss: 735 m.
Cumulative elevation gain: 684 m.
Point of Departure / Arrival
Point of arrival: A Veiga (Castroverde) - UTM:29T X:634618 Y:4774686