House consists of ground floor and first floor of 240 sqm, on the ground floor consists of kitchen, dining room, bedroom with sofa bed and TV, bathroom (with shower) and on the upper floor: 4 bedrooms: 2 double 1.5 m, 1 twin and a bed of 1.35 m; bathroom.
In the outdoor garden with BBQ with table, chairs and sun loungers and has a private space to park cars.
Around the house there is a river and the other side a Horreo.
Situated in a hamlet with absolute tranquility, this 100 meters of the mountain and 1 km from the beach.
FESTIVALS AND ACTIVITIES:
Festivities in the Pindo
Feast in honor of San Clemente: second weekend of August.
Feast of Christ: 12 and 13 October.
Entroido Festival: three days before the arrival of Lent. Party and medieval attractions.
Parroquia de San Mamede Carnota
Fiesta de San Mamede: 7, 8 and 9 August.
Feast of Christ: 8, 9 and 10 September.
Fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen de Caldebarcos: first Thursday and Friday after July 16.
Parish of Santa Comba de Carnota
Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows: September 20.
Feast of San Sebastian de Pedrafigueira: January 20.
Parish of Saint Mary of Lira
Feast of the New Remedies: first Tuesday after Easter.
Feast of Ancient Remedies: seven weeks after New Remedies.
Fiesta del Mar: third weekend in August.
St. Martin Parish Lariño
Feast of St. Martin: November 11.
Cultural Festivals and Traditional Culture GastronómicasJornadas International Cultural Association Lira: stories, theater and music, sardines and tasting pies. Held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the week of St. John (June 24).
Festival 'Cachelada of Mallou', last Thursday and Friday in August.
GOURMET AND CULTURAL FESTIVAL
GastronomíaSobresale in Carnota gastronomic exquisite local fish, including king crab prevail, the locust lobster, octopus and fish and stone beach.
Also the delicious meat and horticultural products, especially potatoes and fruits that are grown in completely organic, end to compose a very attractive menu that satisfies the most demanding palates.
We recommend Caldebarcos area, just 5 km. The House, as the place that houses the most prestigious restaurants around the town hall.
Activities, or The Carnota immeasurable natural wealth is protected by the Natura 2000 network, general protection tool that has been created at European level to preserve the flora and fauna and natural habitats.
Activities, or RecreativasSenderismo
In Carnota there are many places to explore and enjoy the outdoors. Among the most prominent for their visual appeal, I strongly recommend the climb to the 'Moa', the highest peak of Mount Pindo (641 m).
The wonderful thing about this place is the contrast in the topography of the mountain, full of very sharp peaks and rocks of various sizes and 'Moa', (moa: grind) characterized by the roundness of her summit.
The climb to the 'Moa' is the main tourist route in the area not only for its natural beauty and rich plant valuable, but because it abundantly refer various myths and legends referred to in prehistoric times altars dedicated to different divinities.
On the beaches of Carnota and Lariño especially can practice surfing and diving. The transparency of the waters and variety of marine species make the practice of the latter sports an unmissable experience.
And if there's good wind, in all area beaches can practice kitesurfing, bodyboarding and windsurfing.
Sites to visit: City of CarnotaLos Hórreos
It is generally rectangular chambers with stone walls and wood shingled gable roof and some ornaments like (crosses and pinnacles) or feet resting on granite strains in order to protect crops from moisture and rodents . The most important are the granaries granitic Carnota (1768-1783) and Lira (1779-1814), both in the municipality carnotano. Built by Quintela, Carnota the falls in fisterrano style, characteristic of the area extending from the Ria de Arosa to the mouth of Xallas in Ézaro. It is the second largest in Galicia barn with 34 meters long and 11 pairs of feet. They can also observe the many mills, of which wind excel Lariño (Carnota) and tidal Pozo de Cachon (Walls).
Church of Santa Comba de Carnota
Next to the cemetery and the granary of the rectory, the complex is an important monument dating back to the eighteenth century. The church, baroque style, was built in stonework on a Latin cross plan and three longitudinal aisles. Its bell tower of great height, was built in the early nineteenth century and is credited with the teacher Carlos Aboy. Along with its traditional loft and town hall, make typical examples of traditional Galician construction.
Church of San Mamede Carnota
Neoclassical style, its construction dates back to 1755. The façade shows the statue of San Mamede and stand out especially in building an impressive tower and wide nave with Latin cross plan. At the foot of the entrance to the church is the cemetery where graves located on the ground are oriented toward the altar.
The most interesting of Carnota is, without doubt, the one located in El Campo, a place which is reached by taking in Nóutigos diversion inland. It is a primitive style copy remote antiquity, possibly from the late sixteenth century. They also highlight one placed within the walls of a private house in Caldebarcos and another located in San Mamede (at the start of the road north towards Paxareiras) against St. Gregory's Chapel, dating from 1600.
MurosEsta Shire Carnota region as a land boundary, where the sea is constantly present in their coast about 51 miles long, mixing in marine and mountain scenery. The town of Muros is also remarkable for its cultural heritage and wealth of monuments, historic-artistic declarándosela in 1970
Monte and Laguna de Louro
It is an ecosystem that has two parts.
The summit of Mount Louro is the highest point in the area and a good place to observe the entire area and the entrance to the estuary of Muros and Noia. Granitic nature, highlights the 'pious and totes to' very specific formations characterized by their unique ways. Meanwhile Louro Lagoon offers along with associated dune complex, the natural landscape more interesting. Of approximately 200 m in diameter, here there is a lush vegetation and varied fauna: mainly, it is noteworthy that it is a major natural enclave ornithological every winter to become the place of refuge for migratory birds from colder latitudes. Furthermore and according to the legends, in the bed of the lagoon remain the remains of the ancient village of Louro which was located by the sea.
FinisterrePerteneciente the pilgrimage route, the spirit of Finisterre Finisterre or links to ancient beliefs of the Celtic pilgrimage to the western lands of Europe, which placed the afterlife in the West Island. These ideas are naturally reinforced by the daily journey that takes the sun from east to west, to finally 'immersed' in the waters of the ocean.
This concept of the rebirth of the sun and life later passed to the Romans and then be taken by the Catholic religion. When at the beginning of the ninth century discovered the tomb of St. James, this idea of ??pilgrimage takes up steam and becomes Finisterre, from the Middle Ages in Christian major attraction.