A Pobra do Caramiñal is an old fishing village located in the northern part of the Arousa Ria, it is 35 minutes drive from Santiago de Compostela, one hour from Vigo and one hour and a half drive from A Coruña. There is a marina, a fishing port and four beaches that belong to the same municipality, although there are more than a dozen beaches in an eight kilometer radius.
The municipality occupies a small surface on the southern slope of A Serra do Barbanza (In the north of the Arousa Ria). Along the coast, the visitor can find A Curotiña and A Curota, two amazing granitic masses, as well as the rest of Barbanza´s formations. They are great natural viewpoints from one can see the best views of the Rías Baixas ( Some days, if the sky is clear, it is possible to see from the Finisterre Cape to the Cíes Islands, in the Vigo Ria).
No less attractive than these, there are other options that are also attractive for the visitor such as mountain and archaeological trekking, the watersports and horse riding schools, the sports courts and the appetising cuisine.
The property covers an area of 5 hectares and it is located on the banks of Barbanza or Pedras River, in a place where the river splits in two parts creating an island. That is the origin of the name “Entre dos Ríos” (“Between two Rivers”).
The house is more than three hundred years old and it was the place where millers ,who combined milling and agriculture for a living, lived.