Castro de Trona Reviews
Es un paraje muy bonito, en la cima hay unas vistas espectaculares, puedes ver el final de Galicia y el principio de Portugal. Muy alto y ventoso. Merece la pena more »It is a very beautiful place, at the top there are spectacular views, you can see the end of Galicia and the beginning of Portugal. Very tall and windy. It's worth it.
El Castro de Troña como todos los castros de Galicia son nuestras pequeñas joyas históricas, hablan de nuestro pasado y de nuestros antepasados . Son nuestros más antiguos poblados que se conservan y ... more »The Trona Castro as all the castros de Galicia are our small gems, talk about our past and our ancestors. They are our oldest villages which are preserved and are unique to our country. Only that should already be reason for each county that has the privilege to own a village as well spoil it and take care of him. And it is true that that happens in A Guarda, Monte Trega, Porto do Son, Castro Barona and Vigo O Castro... know them well. But unfortunately in O Castro's Chair is that we lack money. There are no appropriate indications to arrive as if it were not important enough. You get burned out and restocked eucalyptus without that nobody put brake, in others with them if. The signs that burned non-replenishment. And of course there no one who can explain anything, what put that in value. That Yes, and with all due respect, the mass schedule, the date of the patron and the roof entirely renovated the Church... so there is money. What a pity. And although I am not a expert why the top of the hill where the Church is not retained any settlement of the old town? Unless we put in value what's left. It is a pity. An interpretation centre, a person holding to explain... Is there someone who can do something to preserve and enhance these little gems of our history? I hope that one day someone comes and deal
Relatively undiscovered Celtic hilltop settlement with amazing views of the mountains around Mondariz. There's a hermitage there too & car park. In addition there's a picnic area closeby.
Very good family visit, to also explain to the little ones our origins. It is very well arranged and there are information posters. In addition to the castro, there we find a chapel, two crosses and a fountain, all ceded or arranged by a neighbor of the town more than 100 years ago. Parking is very spacious and access by car easy.
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