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Before finally flowing into the sea
after the Viveiro bridges, the Landro
reduces its speed in successive
meanders that, five kilometres
upstream to Landrove, are still
influenced by the tides. From the
lookout point of San Roque (375 m)
one can admire a good part of
Gándaras and the Ría de Viveiro,
with the sea and mountain as the
main attractions in an ecstasy of
greens and blues.
Apart from the above mentioned
wetland, the river course takes in close to sixteen kilometres inland and the area around its small tributary,
the river Bravos. It is listed as one of north Galicia’s best salmon rivers, and the quality of its waters even
permit the existence of a viable community of river mussels. Luxuriant forests line the river banks,
containing some fine eucalyptus trees, which were introduced into the area many years ago (See National
Monument Souto da Retorta).
From Viveiro on the LU-862 (Ferrol-San Cibrao) road.
Municipalies of Viveiro and Ourol,
in the western A Mariña, in Lugo.