If you have ever asked yourself where does Galicia begin? Surely this is one of the most accurate answers. This Galician locality represents not only the entrance to Galicia from the Sanabrés Way, but also the entrance to this autonomous community from any point in the south of the country.
A Gudiña is the first Galician village in the Mozarabic Way It is a gateway to the wonderful natural environment of Galicia, as well as a great tendency to snow in the colder months, so if you travel in winter, prepare your warm clothes.
Besides, A Gudiña not only represents an entry into Galicia, but it is also the first decision you will have to make once you reach this point. Will you take the fork to Laza, where they say it is the most beautiful stage in terms of scenery? Or will you continue towards Verín, which is a simpler but less attractive stage?