Landscapes dotted with authentic examples of traditional architecture accompany us on the trail through A Seara, Sabugueiros, Gabín, O Castro and Regovide.
Vilalba- Ponte de Sa
Length 10.3 Km
Estimated Duration 2h 35min
From Vilalba, the Way of St. James continues along paths which may date back to the Middle Ages and royal roads documented as early as the 17th century. After crossing a small bridge over the Labrada River, we come to Penas Corveiras. Landscapes dotted with authentic examples of traditional architecture accompany us on the trail through A Seara, Sabugueiros, Gabín, O Castro and Regovide.
After 6.7 kilometres, we reach San Xoán de Alba. The path runs along the right side of the C-634 road. It passes through Ponte Pedrouzos, Costián, O Coutado and Goiriz, then descends to the Labrada River. The waterway is crossed by the magnificent medievalSaa Bridge, built out of thick slabs of slate with several recessed arches.
The route descends to As Casas Novas and then enters A Fonte Pequena. From As Penas we continue on to San Pedro de Pígara, a parish within Guitiriz where visitors often stop to sample the waters of As Verrugas Fountain. The Ladra River offers captivating scenery and a number of lovely spots where travellers can take a refreshing dip in the shade of the birch trees when the weather is good. After passing through A Estrada, we come to Ferreira.