begins at the Casa do Patron ethnographic museum, in Codesedo, and runs along
both banks of the Asneiro river and its tributary Lebozán.
the path turns towards the Castro de Doade prehistoric site. The rest of the
route uncovers the rich heritage of this mainly agricultural area. On this
route, you will find mediaeval roads, bridges, pontellas (clapper
bridges) and mills. The Froiz mill is particularly notable for its construction
and and protected environment. The Romanesque church of San Xoán de Vilanova is
also of note.
Its location on
the Asneiro River mean that its riverside forests bring freshness and joy.
Towering above the rest of the forest are enormous chestnut and oak trees, with
the Soutolongo oak being identified as having the largest crown in Galicia.