This circular route starts at Visantoña Social Centre, in the parish of Santiso, and is highly suitable for
walking, bicycles and horses. Most of the route runs along pathways in good condition, surrounded by a
landscape of meadows marked by the major economic activity in the area - livestock farming.
For almost 15 kilometres we can enjoy the Tajo Mills, the remains of megalithic tombs in O Ribeiro and the
Portodemouros reservoir built in the 1960’s for water from the River Ulla and its tributariess.
It is possible to contact any of the active tourism companies operating around the reservoir and contract
some of the activities available, such as canoeing and windsurfing courses. In order to discover the
surroundings, we would recommend using the ferry that has connected Santiso and Vila de Cruces since
1977, a continuous and free transport for passengers and cars from one shore to the other.