The path forms two loops that meet at the Prado square in the municipal capital of O Castro de Caldelas. You can do the complete route or choose one of the loops, as both options are circular.
The short loop, about five kilometres long, starts with an incredible panoramic view of the castle and then approaches the church of Camba (10th century). From here, it descends to the river and recreational area of Ponte das Táboas. Following the Edo river, the loop returns to O Castro de Caldelas between mills and forests.
The long ring, about fifteen kilometres, descends between villages and forests towards the Edo river. In a short time, you will reach the ruins of the monastery of San Paio de Abeleda (12th century), which is located between wide vineyards. Afterwards, the itinerary continues close to the O Porto river, skirting the mountain crowned by the village of Poboeiros. In Souto de Poboeiros, centuries-old oak and chestnut trees surround and shade this path.
The route crosses busy roads in various places. Be cautious.