Large urban park on the left bank of river Minho, housing many statues by the most significant artists of the city.
The heart of modern Ourense: its economic and commercial life is organized around it. Its beautiful central fountain comes from the Monastery of Oseira.
It is one of the largest urban parks in Ourense, linked to the river from which it takes its name. An elevated walkway connects the neighborhood of O Couto and Alameda Park.
Two exceptional statues domain this space: the one devoted to Father Feijóo and Quessada’s Faun, an evocative memory of childhood fantasies.
Isabel la Católica, S/N, 32005
A place where the past and nature meet, Santomé is a magnificent indigenous forest that hides an archaeological site where the Celtic and the Galician-Roman cultures coexisted .
Of medieval origin, this place still retains the charm of late 19th century, with beautiful examples of Modernist architecture.
Rúa do Progreso, 53, 32005
Old botanical garden where it is easy to see peacocks, the most distinguished inhabitants of this park.
Rúa Lugo, 1, 32005