Located near the river Ulla’s source, the small town of Toques offers to it’s visitors unique landscapes, where nature and humans have lived together since inmemorial times.

When we talk about Toques we talk about the Brañas Waterfall, with a height of over 40 metres, that offers visitors idillic and relaxing views, next to an old mill.

Another interesting thing to visit is the megalithic monument Forno de Mouros, a dolmen from 3 a.c. with pictograms, and the Castro da Graña a small Roman fortified settelment.

Another monument we can visit is San Antolin’s Chapel, the only ruins of the ancient San Antolin’s Monastery.