18th Century. Neoclassical.
This neoclassical building of huge columns was erected with drawings of Melchor de Prado between 1769 and 1805,...Read more
Urbano Lugrís (A Coruña, 1908 – Vigo, 1973) was a surrealist painter who used different techniques such as murals, screen printing, collages, or oil, with...Read more
Caión port, as an entrance port to the Costa da Morte, is one that best represents the historical evolution of the North Atlantic coast of Galicia....Read more
One of the busiest places during the summer on the Costa da Morte is Caión's maritime promenade.
This paved path, which connects...Read more
The parish church of Nuestra Señora del Socorro dates from the 16th century and belonged to the convent of St. Augustin, located in the southern...Read more
At the Campo da Costa viewpoint besides enjoying one of the best views of Caión, you can also see, in the east, the shrine of the Virxe...Read more
Los Condes de Graxal Manor House, dating from the 16th century represents one of the most important elements of the historic heritage of the municipality...Read more
Get to know Caión history and go to Vila Eduardo Fano square, where you will find historic buildings (century XVI). Also take advantage of going...Read more
The footpath is an extension of Caión's maritime promenade, a wonderful walk linking the port and the town, with the beach area. Along the route...Read more
Caión is a parish of the municipality of A Laracha, a typical seafaring town and only exit to the sea in the municipality.