Castro de Troña

Sefes and Oestrimni

Información práctica

Cómo llegar

Follow the signs from Pontevedra towards PO-254, in the direction of Mondariz, and very near the 3.5 km mark, just before reaching Pías, follow the sign towards the right, leading to the hillfort.


The site is free to visit and in the open air.


 The site has some limitations for people with reduced mobility.


Visitors are asked to respect the archaeological remains. Their conservation depends on your collaboration.

Thank you!

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Castelo de Sobroso (Mondariz)

The medieval fortress of Sobroso was built on a rocky promontory on the hillside of mount Landín. Its walls have borne witness to a succession of battles, plots and power struggles between noble families, and it has been a place of passage for kings, queens, pilgrims and walkers. Its walls were home to secrets, stories and legends that we can now discover, as its conversion into a museum allows us access to both the castle and its former inhabitants.

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Mondariz-Balneario (Mondariz-Balneario)

This town council, the smallest in Galicia, boasts an array of marvels representing our cultural, historical and natural heritage. The spa, renowned in Europe since the end of the 19th century for its thermal springs, is a source of therapeutic, mineral medicinal waters. Its surroundings provide visitors with the opportunity to wander at their leisure and disconnect from everyday life, including the ruins in the garden of the old Gran Hotel, the A Gándara and Troncoso fountains and strolls along the River Tea.

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Municipal Museum of Ponteareas (Ponteareas)

This museum, situated on the site of the old tanning factory, brings us a step closer to the history of Ponteareas and the surrounding area. Some of the archaeological artefacts found in the Castro de Troña (Ponteareas) are exhibited here, as are some of the Roman bronzes recovered from the Coto de Altamira or Taboexa (As Neves), along with other items from sites in the area. There is also a section devoted to the feast of Corpus Christi and its carpets of flowers, one of the village’s distinguishing features. Finally, a part of the museum is given over to the history of some of the village’s illustrious sons and daughters, who dedicated their lives to political, social or cultural affairs.

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Monte de A Picaraña ()

At the peak of A Picaraña is a vantage point from which to enjoy a panoramic view of the O Condado region and the Castelo de Sobroso. This has been a place of worship where processions take place since far-off times. There is a certain air of magic and mysticism to the place. Legend has it that a fortress which Pedro Madruga instructed be built in order to keep watch over Sobroso castle was located here.

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River Tea Riverside Path ()

A riverside path which runs parallel to the River Tea. Walkers can enjoy not only the ecosystem of the River Tea SCI along the path in its entirety, but also its cultural heritage, riverside beaches and recreation areas.

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