The village also has an ancient and rich historical, archaeological and architectural legacy, namely the megalithic monuments, Castro Laboreiro Castle – classified as a national monument – medieval bridges and churches, community ovens, mills, agri-pastoral activity and the singular blandishments, invertries and fixed places, witnesses, also here, of the practice of transhumance.
The region’s forests are dominated by oaks. There are also the arbutus, the holly, the azereiro, the pine and the birch. Shrub bushes are characteristic of higher areas and are mainly made up of gorse, heather and giestas. The most representative animal species are the wild boar, deer, badger and otter. In the village, visitors can find accommodation resulting from the recovery of typical houses castrejas and mills.
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