Cabanas do Barranco is a property located 1 km away from Serra de Outes, in the ria of Muros and Noia. There are eight ecological lodgings located amid the branches of the trees. They stand out because of their unique environment, an extensive indigenous grove which offers refuge to the biodiversity of the area. The property has an additional building with views of the ria that houses the reception, offices and a beautiful shop with products of "Do Artesanato." We also have a space designed as a classroom and set up to host courses, conferences, exhibitions, professional events and other activities. TOURIST APARTMENTS A-CO-92.
Named after the beautiful final stretch of the mouth of the Tambre and Tines rivers in the Engano cove. It is located on the highest part of the property, sheltered by pine trees, chestnut trees, cork oaks and hollies, and it has a large window in front of the bed from which you can enjoy nature.
Punta Albán is very close to Cabanas de Broña with a small pier for traditional boats that locals use to go fishing for turbot, black seabream... The cabin has a terrace between the trees with a Jacuzzi from where you can enjoy the beautiful views, ideal to spend a romantic and different night.
Punta da Barquiña has a small pier for smaller fishing and shellfishing vessels, the most important economic activity of Outes. It is built amid a dense thicket of native forest. The highlight is its outdoor terrace with a Jacuzzi sheltered between two oaks.
Located in the center of the property, it gives you the most absolute privacy, like all our cabins, because it is surrounded by a dense thicket of native forest and sheltered by pine trees, chestnut trees, cork oaks and hollies. It got its name in honor of the mythical island of A Creba, an island located between the villages of O Freixo and Esteiro.
A Cova cove is located just past the beautiful fishing village of Muros towards Finisterre.
Mar de Lira beach with its virgin and breezy surroundings and a moderate surf is located in Carnota. The cabin, located among bays, has an outdoor terrace with unbeatable views and an indoor Jacuzzi that will delight our guests.
It gets its name from the beach Praia das Furnas, in the Ría of Muros and Noia. There are two things that make this cabin special: it is accessible for those with disabilities and has stunning views from the outdoor terrace where the Jacuzzi is located.
Its name was chosen as a tribute to one of the most emblematic points of our Ría, Monte Louro. It is built amid a dense thicket of native forest and sheltered by a centennial oak tree. It is the ideal place to spend a quiet weekend and visit our wonderful surroundings.
The Os Apriscos property, one hectare in size, is located on the left bank of the Tins river, in the village of O Areal, one kilometer from A Serra de Outes. The river crosses the capital of Outes and ends two kilometers downstream in the marshlands of the Tambre river, forming "A Ensenada do Engano", a fluvial maritime area protected by Red Natura 2000.
The property is located in the village of Mourelos, a small village sheltered by the mountains of A Pena and very close to the lookout of A Pedra da Vella.
The property is located at the beach of Broña and houses four terraced cabins at different heights in relation to the ground, fully guaranteeing the privacy of each apartment without giving up the impressive views of the ria of Muros and Noia.
The cabins are located in the village of A Quintenla, in the interior of the ria of Muros and Noia, specifically in A Serra de Outes, between the Costa da Morte, the Rías Baixas and Santiago de Compostela. Cabanas sen Barreiras is one of the first accommodations in Galicia accessible for those with disabilities.Leave behind the daily routine and relax, recharge, enjoy as a family or seize the opportunity to organize that romantic getaway that you have pending.
Albeida is our latest project, set in a lovely wood with delightful views of the mouth of the river Tambre, the Barbanza hills and the beginning of the Muros Noia estuary. The magic of the deciduous woods and the light from the sea come together to offer enchanting moon rises over the branches of ancient oak trees.