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Best trails in Touro

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Explore the most popular trails near Touro with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Map of trails in Touro
Top trails (3)
#1 - Rota da Ribeira do Ulla
Touro, Estremadura, Spain
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Length: 7.2 mi • Est. 4 h 5 m
PR-G 93 Rota da Ribeira do Ulla This route, in the municipality of Coruñés de Touro, has the Ulla river as the main protagonist. From Ponte Basebe to San Pedro de Ribeira it is, without a doubt, its environmental character, which marks the route: paths of fishermen, carriageways, large forests, bushy rocks, hidden waterfalls and the important natural place known as Pozo do Pego.Desde Ponte Basebe, descending next to the right bank of the Ulla, the riverside woods, the remains of the mills and the abandoned ouriceiras in the midst of a beautiful natural spot, to the Cascada del Infierno and Los Muíños de Quintas, to discover Near the ruins of the Pazo de San Cristovo. The route enjoys the backwaters of the Pozo do Pego before finishing on the road in San Pedro de Ribeira. You always have to pay attention to discover our lost herons. They are very primitive constructions, usually made of small stone walls forming a circle, which were located in the forests to collect and store the chestnut hedges, in order to protect the wild boar. Show more
#2 - PR-G 121 Ruta dos Tres Ríos
Touro, Estremadura, Spain
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Length: 5 mi
The route starts at Ponte Basebe, where the municipalities of Touro and Vila de Cruces come together, and goes along the banks of the Rivers Ulla, Beseño and Lañas. The route barely leaves the banks of these rivers, and via an ongoing slight uphill path leads us to the end of the path in the recreation area of Ponte Santaia. You can visit some of the mills that once occupied part of the locals daily activities. The waters of the River Lañas once fed the Carballa Mill, now completely restored, and Santaia Mill, among others. There are also beautiful natural spaces in lush forests, where formerly people gathered firewood and chestnuts. On the stretch by the River Ulla you can still see the remains of some old fishing that were used to catch river fish. The waterfall known as Salto das Pombas is another attraction in this area, located in a place known as Montes de Fao - the falls are ten meters high. The more technical areas of the trail have been endowed with steps and boardwalks to make it easier to cross and make the route suitable for anyone who decides to visit this place. Pathway with the official approval of the Galician Mountaineering Federation. Show more
#3 - Fonte Díaz, Salgueiros, Obra
Touro, Estremadura, Spain
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Length: 23.2 mi