The old Celtic Olympus ceramic

The Pindo Mountain, on the Costa da Morte, also known as Celtic Olympus for his resemblance to the Greek one, is full of legends. The most popular is the one that tells how the rocks were carved by its ancient inhabitants. We propose a journey through time to discover the vestiges of this ancient culture, its history, rituals and legends, through a great tradition and symbolism in Galicia, the ceramic arts.

 

Nº JOURNEY: 3 (3 days / 2 nights)

ROUTE: By car

DISTANCE: 208 km

COUNCILS: Sada, A Coruña, Carnota, Muros, Porto do Son.

 

 
   PLACES TO VISIT:
      -   O Castro - Sargadelos Ceramic
      -   Terralume
      -   The Pindo Hill
      -   Nacho Porto
      -   Manuel Figueiras
      -   Castro de Baroña
 

    

 

    DOWNLOAD ROUTE HERE

 

 

 

 WHERE TO SLEEP                                                            

  - Cabanas do Barranco

  - A Casa da Meixida

  - Aldea Os Muíños

  - Casa de Sixto

 

 

  OTHER SERVICES                                                          

  - Cadenote

  - Altavela

  - Terralume

  - Marcha nórdica Coruña

  - Ponle cara al turismo

  - Ruta Meigas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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