This house is located on the Southeast Route to Santiago or Vía de la Plata. It is in the province of Ourense. On the stage between Cea and Dozón. It is a route to Santiago that “prolongs the Roman road called Vía de la Plata. This via linked Emerita Augusta (Mérida, Badajoz) with Asturica Augusta (Astorga, León)”.
The house is made of stone. It has a plot of about 200 m2 and at the time it had a small restoration business. In the past served the pilgrims of the Southeast Route as it passed through the village. It has three bedrooms, kitchen, dining room and a bathroom. All on the top floor. On the ground floor, the business was located.
It has water, electricity and septic tank. It is sold with everything that is inside.
On the way
“In Cea we have two possibilities: to choose the shortest itinerary to Dozón, by Piñor, or to take the variant to the magnificent monastery of Oseira, a Cistercian monastery of the XII century with a grand tradition in welcoming pilgrims. Living in a community there began in 1137
The Camino starts at the foot of the Sanctuary of A Saleta (built in 1908) and continues by the Oseiraroad. If we choose the first option, by Piñor, we will take the route to the left once we find where the two variants of this Stage fork.
We pass through Arenteiro, O Reino and Carballeda, typical localities of Ourense with abundant stonework in the houses and country homes. From Carballeda we connect several times with the N-525 highway.
The route provides us with welcoming forest countryside, charming corredoiras (narrow paths) among carballos (oak trees), interspersed with valleys and spontaneous vegetation including gorse and bramble bushes until the nucleus of O Castro de Dozón, a small town and municipal capital.” © https://www.caminodesantiago.gal/en/make-plans/the-ways/via-de-la-plata/