After about a 20 minute walk, we arrived at this wonderful place. It is a charming place, especially if you go early because around 13h it is very full. Even though you can still go in the different pools. Here is a link I found with the location of the pools.
Before this trip I had never heard of this beautiful seaside town on the coast of La Coruña known as Costa da Morte. However, it is one of those places which it is worth stopping at to enjoy a good walk and the tranquility of a beach town. It still has a very local and authentic atmosphere, despite the increasing tourism, and continues to maintain its normal rhythm of life (hopefully it will stay that way). Besides visiting the village, its beautiful medieval churches (such as Dean Santiago) and the museum of Valle Inclan, I recommend the tapas on its main promenade. Also, if you plan to spend a weekend there, you should visit the two viewpoints - Curotiña (386 m) and Curota (498 m), which, though not the highest in the Sierra, offer better views of the Ria de Arosa. Also I recommend you do not miss a visit to the spectacular Rio Piedras Natural Pools, one of the best places on the Galician coast, in my opinion. If you go to the Pobra in September, you must also watch the Nazarene procession (also called the 'Mortaxas' or shrouds) held on the third Sunday of September, I'm told it is spectacular.
This is one of the most beautiful viewpoints of Galicia where you can see all the Ria de Arosa and enjoy a unique natural landscape. It's located at the summit of Mount A Curotiña, at 498 m altitude. From here you can see the coast of the region of Barbanza, Vilagarcía, the Isla de Arosa, Vilanova de Arosa, Cambados, O Grove, the islands of La Toja and Sálvora and if the day is clear you can even see Finisterre. There are also free range horses. To reach this viewpoint called "A Curotiña" take the road that goes from the center of Pobra do Caramiñal towards Corrubedo. After about four kilometers you'll hit the Cruz de Moldes junction. Follow the road the road called "Cruz de Moldes" and you'll arrive at A Curotiña.
Plaza de la Leña, s / n (A Pobra do Caramiñal) T.: 981 831 662 firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter hours: Tuesday to Saturday: 11.00 to 13.00 and 17.00 to 19.00. Summer Hours: Tuesday to Saturday: 11.00 to 13.00 and 18.00 to 20.00. Sunday: 11.00 to 13.00. Free admission for groups. This Cultural Center is dedicated to the writer Ramón María del Valle-Inclan and is in Torre Bermudez, a listed building of Historic and Artistic National Interest. It promotes his legacy through the collection, preservation and exhibition of the author's didactic materials. Works include documents and original manuscripts, photographs, first and second editions of books printed at the time of the author, etc. A very interesting place to visit.
"At last we will see the estuary behind this mountain of Uralitas" says a neighbor of A Ribeiriña in reference to the demolition of the factory "La Onza de Oro", a cannery that for years generated employment in the area but also prevented the inclusion of this beautiful corner into the Galician tourist routes (it disfigured the landscape and also emitted a strong, repellent smell. 2010 marks a new era for this small town that has traditionally lived on fishing and most likely will soon draw its income from tourism. The demolition of the old cannery gave back the people, their views over the estuary and beach and will allow them to regain what they lost from the cannery's presence. And this process of conversion is favourably viewed upon by those who live in the tourist zones. According to the mayor they have designed a promenade and leisure areas. The idea is a total regeneration of the town to ensure its presence on the Galician coast tourist route. Changes are already happening within the village: Many houses are under construction, a new coastal promenade connects on one side with Ribeiriña Pobra do Caraminal and on the other Beach of Escarabote the beach, with the Port of Escarabote and Barraña, the beach in the City Council of Boiro. As I said, the neighbors of A Ribeiriña, the Xunta not allow the tearing down of old buildings already situated on the coast, and support a restoration of those extant, but in my personal opinion, in 10 years many houses that we presently see will history. It will be interesting to see what happens in the upcoming months and years around A Ribeiriña.
The Saa River is a small tributary of the Cabe. It passes through Nogueiras, a small village where there is an old water mill. At the exit of the turbine of the mill, you can see the photographed place in a beautiful forest and stream environment.
They use to fish trout here not too long ago, but nowadays it's forbidden. You can also see herons, otters, storks, etc.
From Pobra Caraminal, you can clim Curota mountain, part of the Sierra de Barbanza. This privileged place is crammed with beauty and offers many excursions. Corunna http://www.Toprural.Com/galicia/casas-rurales-a-coruna_bd-es-15.htm Cottages
The Valle-Inclán museum is located in the city of La Coruña. On the ground floor you can find paintings of old stables of the manor and a permanent exhibit about the life and work of the author. There are many informative panels and even first edition copies of his books. On the first floor is his house with different rooms where the visitors can enjoy a fragment of a screening of the film "La Malcasada" shot in the 1920's. The protagonist is painter Julio Romero de Torres, while Valle-Inclan just has a small cameo. The house-museum is surrounded by a peaceful wooded garden.