Camino by sea

Camino by sea

Five years ago the adventure began close to Dublin’s Saint James’ Gate. Deirdre Lillis, Leslie Rankin, Stephanie O’Donnell and Turlough O’Donnell, members of The Camino Society Ireland, were there to present the Credential (“Pilgrim Passport”) to the crew. And Danny,

Camino by sea

Camino by sea

The Irish pilgrims who rowed out from Dublin to Santiago, Pádraig Ó Duinnín and Liam Holden, were received by Alejandro Diéguez and Manuel Lara, two of the founders of Buxa, accompanied by Paz Lorenzo, director of B&B Praia de Santabaia.

Camino by sea

Camino by sea

We present in the Museum of the Sea of Galicia, in Vigo, the cultural project ‘Camino by sea’. It begins with the repair of the naomhóg ‘Naomh Gobnait’, a traditional boat in which four Irishmen came rowing from Dublin to

Salting Factory in O Grove

Salting Factory in O Grove

Salting Factory in Barcela Beach, with another one in the background, Carreiro Beach

Pepitiña Guillán’s Salting Factory

Pepitiña Guillán’s Salting Factory

Pepitiña Guillán’s Salting Factory in the port of Saint Julian of the Arousa Island

Rúa’s Shipyard

Rúa’s Shipyard

The riverside shipyard of Juan Rúa, known as “Chibilí”, since 1910 has ruled over the beach of A Xunqueira, in Meira.

Electric flour mill in Muros

Electric flour mill in Muros

As in other places, in Muros the shortage of usable water currents for the milling of cereals was alleviated with the construction of windmills (there are five identified). The arrival of electricity finally solved the problem.