Castro de Santa Trega is a Galician fort on the hillsides of Mount Santa Trega, 341m above sea level. The village was inhabited between 100 BC and 100 AD, yet the remains of this archaeological site can still be seen today! Only a small part has been excavated, but it is nonetheless an impressive sight. From the hillsides, the Atlantic Ocean is immediately to the west. Looking south, you can see the mouth of the Miño/Minho river and across the river to Portugal. It's a strategic and magical place! 🌄
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