Royal road Vigo-Madrid
It was called the royal road, the one built by the state, wider than usual, and linking important cities.
This denomination is used in the Iberian Peninsula and in the American territories of Hispanic tradition.
These roads, were promoted from the eighteenth century by the Spanish crown, hence the term of real.
On its way from the Camino Real Vigo-Madrid by Ramirás, we can find the Petos de ánimas de Escudeiros, Ponte Madeiros or Vilaboa de Paizás, which served as a beacon at the time.
Other tourist attractions are the O Viso Cruise, the Pambre Cruise or the Windows of Caldo, in the towns of Picouto, Escudeiros e Pambre.