Tourist Attractions in O Grove
If you visit the Grove with children, an obligatory visit is the Children’s Park Village of two Grobits in La Toja. Taking advantage of this visit you can see the Ermita da Toja, popular for its facade of conchas de viera. If you visit Punta Moreira , you will have the Museo da Salga and the Paseo Escultórico .
Hermitage of the seashells in La Toja
Also known as Chapel of the Shells
Located in the Isle of Toja, and belonging to the village of O Grove. It was built for San Caralimpio and the Virgen del Carmen. It stands out because its structure is decorated with scallop shells and its conservation level is very high. Don’t forget to write your name on a shell, !NO is a tradition!. This custom spread among visitors, and although many posters warn against it, not everyone can read.
Os Grobits Village
The Grobits are beings that live in the depths of the thermal waters in the Island of the Toja. On some special days, the soil of the well is transformed into water and the grobits rise up the well. They walk among the centenary pines, playing among them and when they are tired, they go to these houses to rest.
The place with the most options
If a place is going to surprise you, that’s Punta Moreira. Besides having a pretty beach , it has many leisure options nearby. First you will have the Aquarium followed by the Museo da Salazon and a Walk full of Sculptures. It has a good car park, a place to eat in “A de Roque” and the Centro da Interpretación da Conserva.