La Guardia Travel Guide

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  • Celtic Soul.

    Poboado do Monte de Santa Tegra, A Guarda (Galician) / Poblado del Monte de Santa Tecla, La Guardia (Castilian)The Celt village or "castrum" of the Saint Tecla Mount is a fantastic and well conserved celtic village. It's on the top of a mountain just where the Miño/Minho River dies in the Atlantic Ocean, so you'll enjoy the great views of both the...

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  • Santa Tecla

    One of the most outstanding settlements is that of Santa Tecla. Here you can get an idea of how the "castrexa culture" lived between the 1st century B.C. and the 2nd century A.D. These rebuilt circular stone dwellings or castros occupy an impressive strategic location and that location gives you fantastic all-around views: To the south across the...

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  • Santa Tecla Chapel

    The Sanctuary dates from the 12th and 16th centuries with later reforms. The Sanctuary holds a small piece of the relic of the Saint that suffered several tortures in Iconio, Minor Asia, during the year of 46 AD. Also there is a small piece of the authentic Lignum Crucis

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  • Mount Santa Tecla

    Santa Tecla dominates the mouth of the river Minho and the views from the top are amazing. But the mountain has other interests, in particular the remains of a celtic settlement.It's possible to visit the mountain going to it's top by car against a fee of 0.80€

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  • Santa Tecla - Via Crucis

    The new Via Crucis is composed by a row of crosses with wonderful medallions. The medallions are a work of the sculptor D. Vincent Mengual and are inspired in Celtic crosses from Ireland and Brittany

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  • Santa Tecla - Via Crucis

    There is two Via Crucis, one older dated from the end of the 17th century and the new one dated from 1940.

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  • Anual Gastronomic Festivities

    january pork shoulder festivalfebruary "festa da orella" june yolk ring-shaped cake festivity july lobster festivity (Gastronomic Festivity) swordfish festivity (Gastronomic Festivity) september - popular sardine party - zorza festivity

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  • General tip

    I think i never enter in a bad restaurant!! this is a panoramic view of the street close to the fishing port, where you can find lots of good restaurants.. and enjoy the beautifull view.. You can visit my travel logue and look to the amazing view from the restaurants. Fish and sea food...

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    by IneXisTenZ Written May 10, 2004

    f one wants to have a souvenir of the place, there is nothing better than visiting the street market placed in the Boulevar on Saturdays. In the different stalls one can get many typical products made in this region, coming into contact with the inhabitants of La Guardia..

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