A Mesa

Capital town of the parish of the same name, which currently has only two dozen inhabitants. It is located at an altitude of 860 meters, on a plain limited by the Corvo and Buspol peaks and by the Peña Taolla.

Among its traditional architecture, the parish church building, from the end of the seventeenth century, stands out, located in a green space in which several hundred-year-old oaks grow.

A Mesa has a municipally owned pilgrims’ hostel, located in the old school building, next to the Camino de Santiago, already at the exit of the town.


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