The start of the
route can be found in O Seixo, next to the chapel of Nosa Señora das Angustias.
The route crosses the nucleus of Prado and runs alongside a huge hórrea
(more information in the next section).
through a mixed forest, you will reach San Miguel de Castro. Its church has
undergone multiple interventions over the centuries, but it still retains
Romanesque remains in its apse and triumphal arch dating from before 1115.
It descends to
the Ulla River, running along its banks through a humid forest. Caution should
be exercised in rainy seasons, since the channel may overflow onto the route
itself. At a point marked clearly with an arrow, you must come off the route
for 50 metres in order to enjoy an impressive view of the Gundián bridges,
where the Ulla river creates a beautiful canyon.
the end of the route, it is highly recommended that you ascend to the O Castro
viewpoint and enjoy the panoramic view of the Ulla river and the Gundián
bridges. After your trip, you should visit to the Sanctuary of Gundián