St Dominic’s Church
Church belonging to a former Dominican convent founded in the 17th century. The simplicity of its facade contrasts with the altarpieces inside, made in gilded Baroque style.
Rúa Santo Domingo, 23, 32003
St. Martha’s Church in Velle
The old church of St. Martha in Velle combines different styles, although its interior preserves some elements of Romanesque origin, dated in the 13th century.
Aldea Regoufe, 89, Velle,
St. Andrew’s Church
The Romanesque church of St. Andrew (13th century), in the village of Castro de Beiro, sits on an ancient pre-Roman settlement from which magnificent views can be seen.
Caserio O Castro, 8, Castro de Beiro, 32980 Castro de Beiro
St. Mammes’ Church
This 13th-century parish church in Palmés was originally linked to the now lost monastery of St. Columba in Naves.
Carretera de Palmés, 62, 32981 Palmés
St. Peter’s Church
St. Peter’s Church in Cudeiro is located on the Way to Santiago. Although very transformed, it preserves Romanesque elements that date it at the early 13th century.
Travesía do Torreiro, 2, 32103 Cudeiro
St. James’ Church
This 13th-century Romanesque church, in the village of Gustei, stands out for keeping its original belfry practically intact.
Arch of St. Michael in Bóveda
A beautiful Romanesque arch that was once part of a church and today “camouflaged” on Zamora avenue.
Avenida de Zamora, 130,
St. Eulalia’s Church in Beiro
A reference and an example of rural Romanesque in Galicia, this parish church in the village of Beiro retains much of its original appearance.
St. Mary’s Church in Reza
The church of St. Mary in Reza has a privileged position on Mount Santa Ladaíña, with views over river Miño. Romanesque in origin, it also incorporates Baroque and Neoclassical elements.
Camiño tras da Igrexa, Reza,
St. Verissimus’ Church
St. Verissimus’ Church is part of the beautiful village of Seixalbo, the hamlet which welcomes pilgrims on the Way to de Santiago.
Praza Laxas, 9, 32970 Seixalbo