Río Barosa's Natural Park

Water, vegetation and stone come together to form an exceptional collection created by nature and man. The place has a beautiful cascade or waterfall, where the River Barosa drops almost 60 m in walking distance. A series of fourteen watermills, arranged along the cascades form a unique complex that connects to a beautiful little up and down path along the other side. These mills were recovered by the Obradoiro School 'Camino de Santiago-Barro'. The area is set up as a recreational area with tables, fountains, barbecues and even toilets. It also has a small tapas bar built in one of the mills. All this means that in summer is populated with people and becomes an area suitable for swimming. On flora prevail alders, oaks, pines and eucalyptus. Many people has come lately to shoot photos to make the best of the amount of water that has fallen due to the big storms


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