Redondela is a town in the province of Pontevedra, Galicia, northwestern Spain. The most famous icon of the village is its sky chaired by two major railway viaducts built in the nineteenth century. Due to these infrastructures Redondela is known under the nickname "Village of the viaducts." The town lies on the Portuguese Way path of the Camino de Santiago.
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it is typical for events, weddings and gatherings as it can host several hundred people. Located on top of a hill, this old fortress is worth to visit and great to organize event there
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Este castro está a aproximadamente 10 minutos del balneario de Mondariz y a 5 del Castillo de Sobroso.
No es la primera vez que estoy por la zona pero si en este castro, de hecho, ni siquiera conocía su existencia.
Decidimos y a visitarlo y la verdad es que quedamos gratamente sorprendidos. Se pueden ver numerosos restos de las casas de los celtas, el muro que las rodeaba e, incluso, un pequeño petroglifo.
Además, se encuentra en una cima, por lo que hay unas vistas bonitas de la zona.
En la entrada te encuentras con un cartel informativo que explica los principales aspectos de la historia del lugar. Además te propone una pequeña ruta por el lugar siguiendo unos carteles informativos. El único problema es que la mayoría de los mismos estaban rotos o muy deteriorados, por lo que era imposible leer la información que daban y difícil seguir la ruta.
Por el resto, vale la pena seguir sorprendiéndose de todos los lugares que esconde Galicia. Lo recomiendo.
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Adventure Tourism in Rias Baixas. Puenting, Canyoning and Climbing.
Was on vacation with family who had done some canyoning before and were interested in canyoning in Galicia. We signed up for Guias Malouco and needless to say, had a blast on the Rio Cerves. Fredy and David were excellent guides. They both were fun,...MoreThank you Steve! We are really grateful for your review. Friday was a grate day for us as well because we love to share our country with other people. We hope to see you soon!!
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It's a great community center where they are bringing in all kinds of activity. Lots of fun things, cultural events, music, plays...watched a group of young violinists last night..lovely..what a great place here in Mos.
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Primero estuvimos en el Museo maritimo con guía y un actor maravilloso que nos relató la historia de la batalla de Rande.
Seguidamente cojinos el barco hacia la isla de San Simón donde nos explicaron la historos de la isla.
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Fantastic views of the Ria de Vigo, after a nice walk to get up there. On good days it gets very busy, so you'll have to wait before sitting on the bench...
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This is a bit of a trek from the city centre and is set in the Parque de Estrellos. The house itself is interesting and there is also a small archaeological museum attached with interesting artefacts disinterred from around the city of Vigo. The park is a pleasant place to walk and we were lucky because the sun was shining. It was a slog up to the Plaza de America where we found a taxi to return us to the city centre.
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Carved in three parts, the cruceiro tells the story of Christianity from Adam and Eve to the Crucifixion. The views from the Church grounds over the Ria Aldan are spectacular. The house across the street is open to the public and is worth a visit.
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Very interesting small museum that tells the story of the Battle of Rande and has information on local sea-life. It is set in an old seafood cannery. We saw a great documentary on squid and about the famous Rande battle.
Open during the weekend to the general public, during the week Reservations for school trips and similar can be made.
In the museum itself, Exhibitions about 17 century life and shipping are available. Interesting for the whole family.
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