Paseo por el Cañón del río Mao – river Mao walk

English version below

Aprovechamos el miércoles de cenizas para hacer una excursión y descubrir la pasarela de madera que se construyó siguiendo el Cañón del Mao en su tramo final justo antes de desembocar en el Sil. Es un paseo muy corto pero no por ello menos espectacular. Es apto para todos los públicos (no accesible dado el elevado número de escaleras) e ideal para hacer con niños. En verano es un buen plan  llevar el bañador y el pic-nic ya que en Barxacova hay una playa fluvial. El único problema es el aparcamiento. Más info.

We took the opportunity on Ash Wednesday for a tour and discovered the wooden walkway built along the Canyon of the river Mao in its last stretch just before emptying into the Sil. It is a short walk but therefore not less spectacular. It is suitable for all ages (not accessible because of the large number of stairs) and ideal to walk with children. In summer it is a good plan to bring a swimsuit and pick-nick since at Barxacova is a river beach. The only problem is parking. More.

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About acasadaeira

A midsummer dream This is probably the best way to describe how A Casa da Eira saw the light. It just happened that once again we were combing the villages of the Riberira Sacra area when suddenly we found the house which, in the future, would be our bed&breakfast. Or should we better say the house found us. Immediately we were captivated by its long chestnut-wood balcony, its sand-coloured granite stone walls and the situation of the village at the upper part of the River Sil Canyon. It only took us one night to decide that this would be the place where we wanted to start our new life project. And it has been since 2001 that we have been sharing it with all our visitors.
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