You leave Lubián crossing the village on its lower side for 2 kilometres, also crossing the River Tuela and going under the A-52 up to the 18th-century chapel of Tuiza. You have to cross the river again before you start climbing towards A Canda, the pass between Castilla y León and Galicia.READ MORE
Then you continue walking across the municipality of A Mezquita up to the village of A Canda, at 1,165 metres. The Camino goes past the villages of Vilavella, O Pereiro and O Cañizo.
After that, you will be walking close to the N-525 to A Gudiña, where pilgrims have all services and where you can see the churches of San Martiño, of rural Galician Romanesque style, and that of San Pedro.
The Área Panorámica de A Gudiña is a visitors' centre with two exhibitions, one of typical local produce, and the other of current Galician crafts of all trades (pottery, silversmiths, lace, wood carving, forging...).
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What to do and see in A Gudiña?
“The blessed Sebastián de Aparicio was born in A Gudiña and you can still see the ruins of his home”.