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"Fragas do Eume" is a Natural Park in the last native atlantic forest preserved in Europe. Placed in the deep canion of the river Eume, it's one of the botanical treasures of Galicia and the Iberic peninsula. it becomes an area with special protection of natural values.

The caducifolic forest dominates the most of this territory, which in galician lenguage is called especificly
"fraga". It's got species of rare ferns, and into it we can find diverse species of trees: Pedunculate Oak (Quercus Robur), the chestnut, the roman laurel, arbutus, birches, hazels, ashes, willows, etc. Shadow, humidity and a exuberant vegetation is an ideal habitat for small invertebrates with big ecological value.

amphibians abound in the forest: Salamanders, newts and diverse species of frogs and toads. Among the birds fits to emphasize the goshawk, the heron, ringdove, martin fisherman and common owl. The mammals more seen in the area are hedgehogs, squirrels, bats, foxes, boars and bucks.

The path of men through the forest along the history has several evidences: tombs and "castros", the cloisters of San Xoán de Caaveiro
Santa María
de Monfero
or the Tower of Andrade and some more.
Phones (+34) 981 19 51 30 - 626 76 33 96
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