The access to Ponte Sarela from Carballeira de San Lourenzo is the first reference of the Camino from Santiago to Fisterra, and it is here where we find the first jacobean landmark. Century-old oaks take us, without leaving Santiago, to Celtic Galicia.
At the end of the road and before crossing the bridge you can park your car, because the estate is on the other side of the bridge, on the right.
You can also get there by car from the top of the estate, to facilitate direct access to the big house.
We are 1.5 km from the cathedral of Santiago, you can enjoy the privilege of proximity to the monumental area, the charm of living in a village and the sound of water from the river Sarela at the foot of the estate.
Our proposal is not to take the car and enjoy the stay, the state and the environment. A walk along the river connects us with the Galeras Park and the Finca do Espiño, a green and unknown Santiago for most people who visit us. The sound of the water will accompany us for much of the tour, and with patience and stealth, it is possible to see some otter.
In the opposite direction, we leave Santiago in the direction of Fisterra.
The project Senda das Estrelas provides information to plan a group trip depending on the days available:
With more than 10.000 m2, this place was also a paradise for our dogs, so if your pets are part of your life, in Ponte Sarela they will be welcome.