The route runs through scrubland and groves of native trees, with stone crosses to mark the way. Before long, we reach A Rúa, location of San Paio de Buscás Church.
Bruma- A Calle
Length 11.7 Km
Estimated Duration 2h 55min
From the chapel in Bruma, the route leads to the Municipality of Ordes. It passes through O Seixo, the village of Cabeza de Lobo, in the parish of Ardemil, then A Carreira, As Mámoas and A Carballeira. It runs through scrubland and groves of native trees, with stone crosses to mark the way. Before long, we reach A Rúa, location of San Paio de Buscás Church. A dirt path leads to Trabe Mill and O Cubo Bridge, before continuing on to Outeiro de Abaixo. Sheltered by trees, we come to San Xulián de Poulo Church in Outeiro de Arriba. The trail alternates between dirt and paved sections. We pass A Senra and A Calle. A plaque placed on a 16th-century house commemorates the 1554 visit of Philip II.
The route comes to O Carballo and Casanova. The ground is often flooded in winter due to the many springs. You can leave the path and walk through the adjoining fields until you reach the paved road near Pereira Bridge. Cross the bridge and go through the wood to Os Carrás. Continue on to Baxoia and then Sigüeiro, capital of the Municipality of Oroso. It was founded in the Middle Ages (12th century). Follow Real Street to the historic bridge over the Tambre River.