Immersed In Nature
Within its 82 square kilometres, Trabada has a great variety of landscapes. It stretches from sea level in the tidal village of Ría de Abres, to the highest peaks of Trabada at O Picato (743 m) or Cerrochán (776 m). These two hills mark the highest points of the whole region.
The native woods and fragas of Trabada are natural environments of enormous ecological interest. Here you can see many species of flora and fauna. Some examples of these amazing fragas are “Fraga de Becerreira” (Trabada, 100 hectares), “Fraga da Vilapena” (Vilapena, 140 hectares), “Fraga de Cabanela” (Vilaformán 110 hectares) and “Fraga da Belosiña” (Trabada, 6 hectares).
The Way of Saint James is another activity of interest in Trabada, which has one of the sections of the old route. There are footpaths you can enjoy, and picnic areas where you can sit whilst admiring the nature. One of them is “A Choza”, located in Ría de Abres. This picnic area is on the banks of the river Eo, and it has a bird hide and boat jetty.
You can canoe along the river Eo, go mountain biking along the route of the old railway, walk on the numerous footpaths or just relax in the beautiful natural surroundings of Trabada.