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Castro de Barona, Barona
(4.8/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
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  • Castro isolated from all kinds of urban construction and small beach to skirt it, that was the first that there was nude in Galicia, cannot be accessed with motor vehicles what is welcome, magnificent State of conservation that is surprisingly pleasant.
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  • The car is left to ariba. Access is difficult, especially if you choose the path wrong, advisable to wear sport shoes. We must descend and then... go back and climb all over the place is unforgettable, both by the natural landscape and the Castro. It is a fortress which was built exploiting the natural wall, defensive, offering the land. As you can go freely it is possible to feel how they lived little more than 100 people, in such a small space and, above all, the fear that had to be attacked. After the visit, which can be strenuous, the restaurant seemed great, service, quality and price. It must be said that we had a sunny and windless, best you couldn't ask because bad weather I do not advise the visit.
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  • Amazing place, especially because of its location, despite the fact that we did it in a really unpleasant day of rain and wind, causing us to "get" in the skin of those who lived in it's place and must have been hard, but necessary for them.
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  • Amazing. This place doesn't get the attention it deserves. The good side is that it's free and not crowded. Don't miss it!
  • What a magical mystical site to visit. We couldn't help but wonder what the people who lived there would have been like and how different life would have been almost 2000 years ago. The sea around was fiercely pounding the rocks and beach making a spectacular sight. Easy to pass by on the road even when looking for it, park by the cafe/bar and go down the stony path - don't tell everyone though😄
  • Spectacular place! A must see.
  • We went at sunset on a nice day. It was beautiful.
  • Un sitio místico. Magia. Visita obligada.