Pazos Route and Route Cliffs (or Ruta dos Cantis). In them you can see a salientable natural and cultural heritage, as there are numerous archaeological remains of different civilizations and the coastal area has a great beauty thanks to its beaches and rocky cliffs (protected within the Natura 2000 network area).
This route has a length of 4.8 kilometers and is of low difficulty level.
Chapel of Our Lady of La Launched (S. XII). From here take the path of Vilacobiña Hotel.
Remains of pre-Roman settlement.
Cruceiro de Soutullo.
From here take direction Mourelos along the path of "A Rateira".
Mill "A Pasaxe". Source of "A Fontiña". Manor of "Porta do Conde".
Source and laundry "Da vella". Pazo de Quintáns (S. XVII).
Church of Santo Estevo de Noalla (S. XVIII). Viewpoint "As Canteiras". Route Cliffs (or two Cantis route): This route has a length of 5.5 kilometers and is low difficulty level. Travel: Chapel of Our Lady of La Launched (S. XII). From here take south towards Badía. Detour to reach the area of Os Cantis (cliffs).
1st option: Go north-easterly direction to the point of Pontes ascending to Mount Faro. After the cruceiro Faro go towards the viewpoint of "As Canteiras".
Option 2: Go towards the recreation area towards the beach of Bascuas. Then go north to Aios, through old tin mines. Aios visited the stone cross, the fountain and laundry as well as the chapel. From there we climb to Monte Faro, where we find the stone cross, necropolis and ancient pre-Roman settlement. From there across the Fast Track Salnés, we continue to the viewpoint of "As Canteiras".