The Winter Route (Camino de Invierno) is a pilgrimage route to Santiago, opted by many pilgrims entering Galicia, especially in wintertime, to avoid meeting the difficult passage of the snowy peaks of Cebreiro. This stone house to be restored is located in this route, next to the Romanesque church of Diomondi. It has 403 built m2 on a plot of 700 m2 in which there is also a barn of 55 m2 and an horreo. It has no electricity or water, but the village has a public sewer. It is registered. Taking advantage of the fact that it is located on the Winter pilgrimage Route to Santiago it has a basic house rehabilitation project as a pilgrims’ hostel in which you can see the possibilities of the property. Accommodates: ground floor, reception, laundry, bathrooms, kitchen, living room and bedroom for about 12 people. Upstairs, living room and 4 double bedrooms with bathroom. When the traveler leaves Ponferrada´s albergue, the entrance of Galicia, you have two options to continue to the tomb of the Apostle: one, to continue straight on the French Way, and another turning left to the Winter Route. The latter, is still follows practically a natural foot path marked by the Sil River on the lower levels, making it a natural way of communication between Galicia and Castilla’s plateau. A route that was followed by different peoples throughout history, from the Romans to the French Napoleonic troops, to make forays into Galicia. And which followed the first route of the railway line to enter Galicia, the line Palencia – A Coruña, inaugurated in 1883. Over 210 kms, will tour the four Galician provinces, after leaving the Leon’s Bierzo region. Its entry into Galicia through the Orense region of Valdeorras, it continues to the south of the province of Lugo and, in the foothills of Mount Faro, enters the Pontevedra region of Deza, joining in Lalin (hostel at A Laxe) to the Sanabres or Mozarabe way to Santiago de Compostela. Besides the river, a faithful companion in much of the route, there are two peculiarities that identify this route: one, it crosses the archaeological park of Las Médulas, declared a World Heritage Site; the other, goes through much of the Ribeira Sacra, by the Lugo’s southern area, doatted with the largest number of Galician Romanesque churches, mostly in the impressive river Sil canyons and hillsides of the Miño river amongst its famous vineyards .