The route starts on the old forest
path, via a very well-preserved track
through farmland and woods. There
are four traditional mills along the
route, completely restored, with panels
providing information about
their heritage and ethnographical
In the area known as O Telleiro there
is a diversion leading to Ribeira Mill.
After coming back to the main
route and passing the diversion
to Queiroa de Abaixo, we take a
second diversion to visit Queiroa
Mill, once fed by the River Traveso.
Near Soutelo, a third diversion goes
to the Fulling Mill, lying on a water
course crowned by Olas hill fort.
The last restored mill we can visit
is Covela Mill, down the fourth
diversion on the route. From here
we head for the villages of A
Carballa and Leborís.
Towards the end of the route, in the
recreational area of Ponte Carballa
by the River Samo, lie the ruins of
the Large Mill of Baltares.