Follow the signs towards Avenida do Exército e Mariña, continuing along Avenida Alcalde José Río for 750 metros. From here, take a right turn up a steep slope for half a kilometre. The access to the hillfort is signposted on the right, from which point visitors have to continue on foot up a steep, winding hill with a handrail for protection.
The site is open and free.
Steep and winding hill with a handrail to protect yourself.
Visitors are asked to respect the archaeological remains. Their conservation depends on your collaboration. Thank you!
¡Lo que no te puedes perder!
Manuel Torres Municipal Museum (Marín)
A museum established with the works donated by the artist Manuel Torres, who was born in Marín. His extensive career encompasses almost all disciplines and trends: landscapes, still lifes, portraits and engravings, as well as numerous drawings and sculptures. The museum space also holds temporary exhibitions and is a centre for cultural activities.
Mogor Petroglyphs (Marín)
Popularly known as the “Mogor labyrinths”. Although they are the most reproduced and analysed petroglyphs in Galicia, their motif is atypical within Galician rock art as a whole, as only five other examples with the labyrinth motif have been identified, all of which are to be found in the province of Pontevedra. The petroglyphs are in an area that has been landscaped in an effort to recreate an archaeological environment. Footbridges have been installed to provide a view of the petroglyphs from above and prevent them from being trodden on. These structures form a part of the Mogor Petroglyph Interpretation Centre. Mogor beach is nearby.
Granxa de Briz (Park of the Senses) (Marín)
This country estate was the old coastal farm belonging to the monks from Oseira Monastery (Ourense). After different historical vicissitudes, it was acquired by the town council and renamed Finca de Briz. Today, it is home to recreational and leisure activities, with an adventure park, lakes, slides and play areas integrated in the natural environment, a natural lagoon and another artificial one, an area devoted to the senses and an open-air auditorium for concerts and shows.
The provincial capital, with the second most important historical town centre in Galicia, after Santiago de Compostela. It is internationally renowned as being one of Europe’s most comfortable cities to live in.