This Galician town is on the Camino Sanabrés and is one of those places famous for a particular product. In our case? Pan de Cea is the main engine of the economy of San Cristovo de Cea. But it is not the only thing, since this small village has an unavoidable natural tourist attraction, as well as a series of interesting historical points adjacent belonging to the same parish.
Not surprisingly, knowing that it is a baking village, they enjoy several traditional ovens where they show how their famous wheat bread was made.
The pilgrim can not only enjoy the main attraction of this town, but also have all the necessary services for the way if you need to refuel, sleep or enjoy some of its historical and religious points of interest.
A little history
With variations of the same name throughout history, it is believed that this town has its origins in Celtic times, where the word Cea meant “wall” and “meadow”. This settlement is deduced from the pre-Romanesque forts found in the territory, but it is suspected that the history of San Cristóbal de Cea can be traced back to a million years ago, due to archaeological findings of the first men that indicate this.