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The region is on the line of the desirable green corridor
between the Ourense Macizo Central and the large
Portuguese Montesinho Natural Park, which covers the
entire Portuguese boundary from Zamora to Ourense. On
the Galician side it comprises the mountain range of A
Esculqueira (1,149 m) and the resonant Penedo dos Tres
Reinos (1,004 m), point of union of the triple historical
frontier of the medieval kingdoms of Portugal, Galicia and
Of well-deserved fame are the extensive chestnut groves
growing in this mid-mountain region. On the peaks scrub
predominates providing cover for stable populations of
wolves and roe deer.
On the A-55 southern coast
highway or the N-525 road, exit
to A Mezquita with a turnoff
onto the OU-311 local road.
The Ways of St. James
Vía de la Plata
Bordering Portugal and also the
province of Zamora.
Municipalities of A Gudiña and A