This unique thermal village has also different religious buildings precious to Galicia’s history and fantastic natural landscapes that the traveler can enjoy walking from Aires do Umia:
Fonte da Burga
Source of hot springs. It has two ornate pipes with a head of a lion, located at the outlet of the spring.
The Portuguese way of the Jacobean route passes through it. Roman bridge 1st century. Formed by 3 semicircular arches and triangular tragamars.
Botanical Garden Park
In the center of Caldas, next to the river. It was declared a picturesque Paraxe and historical xardín. It has plant species from the 5 continents.
Well of cultural interest apart from its natural content. It serves as a meeting point for different events.
Waterfall in Segade
Next to the road that goes to Cuntis. A conditioned walk close to the Umia River.
Churcch of Santa María de Bemil
Church roman in origin. The reconstructed walls retain the Romanesque corbels.
Church of Santa María
In Caldas de Reis. Also of Romanesque origin. Located at the entrance to the Villa, next to it is the cemetery.
Church of Santo Tomás
Medieval style. From the end of the 19th century. It has been built with the remains of the tower of Doña Urraca (mother of King Alfonso VII of León).