After the peacefulness created by the hot springs and being in touch with nature, we head back to Boborás, specifically to the mediaeval village of Pazos de Arenteiro. Our first discovery will be the beautiful Ponte da Cruz (Bridge of the Cross) over the River Avia that – invaded by nature – shows the wounds of the battle between the locals and Napoleon's troops. The richness of the houses and manors in Pazos de Arenteiro is amazing. In fact, the town's name refers to the large number of these buildings constructed on the banks of the River Arenteiro, the results of the legacy of its importance in past centuries. Stroll through the streets of this town savouring every corner touched by history; the monuments hidden in this Historic/Artistic Complex will come out to meet you. Don't miss the Casa de Arriba (House at the Top), the Pazo dos Feixóo (Manor of the Feixóos), the Pazo de Tizón (Manor of Tizón), the Pazo de Currelo (Manor of Currelo) or the church of San Salvador, which houses the graves of people who wished to be buried here, a right that was purchased with wine.