The Valley of Trabada is located north of the province of Lugo. 1.5 km from the salmon river Eo that divides Galicia and Asturias. And about 20 km from the Cantabrian Sea and the Las Catedrales Beach. This property of the Trabada Valley is the dream of many people: a stone house surrounded by a trout stream. Clean waters, that sound like natural music and life. An evergreen meadow and forests where you lose sight. The land of this property in the Valley of Trabada extends to 40,550 m2. Within the property, there are three bridges that cross the river.
A stone house that needs to be reformed internally and adapted to the taste of its new properties. The walls and beams are perfect and the slate roof and chimney are new. Its surface is 140 m2 in each of its two floors: 280 m2 in total. In addition to the house, has a hórreo (the typical Galician grainier) of 18 m2 in good condition. And a watermill to restore completely.
This property, located at the bottom of the valley, is 50 m above sea level. The land is basically prairie and forest of different trees. “Sea and mountains, rivers and estuaries, meadows and beaches In the Mariña Lucense forests are confused with the sea, it is the Green Galicia that overlooks the Bay of Biscay, about 100 km of coastline dotted with natural wonders.” This is how the description begins, the Galician tourism official website, of the territory where this property of the Valley of Trabada is located. In the interior of this region of land and water, there is a corner waiting for nature lovers who want to enjoy it.
These are also lands of the Camino de Santiago. In fact, the City Council of Trabada is one of the first to appear when following the Camino de Santiago del Norte. This is a good circumstance if you decide to establish a tourist-type business on the property.