They say that nothing brings you closer than looking together in the same direction. Not only can you contemplate wonderful views from nearby parks such as Alameda, Belvís or Bonaval… You can also make the most of the fact that Santiago is surrounded by hills and venture further up to Monte Gaiás, featuring the City of Culture and its Galicia Forest; to Monte de Deus; to Monte Pío and, of course, to Monte Pedroso, following the Way of the Cross as far as Granxa do Xesto or beyond.
Tip: Did you know that Santiago has a “Lovers’ Eucalyptus Tree”? This 40-metre-high tree, which is more than 100 years old, shelters couples that want to sit under it to contemplate the old town, its rooftops, Cathedral…
Lovers' Eucalyptus Tree
Granxa do Xesto
Monte de Deus
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