In Ribeira de Piquín, there is a village called Boel, possessor of natural and heritage treasures, where the Church could not be missing.
This particular Boel Chapel is dedicated to San José and it is said that it was once a prison during the war of independence.
Open the doors of your interest and visit this beautiful hexagonal-shaped religious construction, built in stone and with a typical slate roof where an iron cross is located in the center that joins its waters.
Built around the year 1550, it was the Casa Piquín chapel and at its entrance, above the door, there is a shield with a helmet, quartered and oval that shows superimposed figures at its base.
Like the entire natural and magical environment of Ribeira de Piquín, the chapel also has its great charm and it is very easy to get to it, since it is located very close to the village, next to the road, in a field that surely witnessed of tears and laughter.
Ribeira de Piquín, a place to enjoy
Rural accommodations, restaurants and activities to discover our municipality.
In this area of the Lugo mountain called Ribeira de Piquín we have for you and yours that special charm that gives our gastronomic products a unique and authentic flavor.
Quality and kindness is what you will find in rural tourism of Ribeira de Piquín, where the rural houses are in perfect harmony with the purity of the landscape of the region.
In Ribeira de Piquín there are three approved routes that you can choose from, to stay in shape, to enjoy the views or to know the culture and gastronomy of our surroundings.
This festival of Ribeira de Piquín has as its main protagonist the fishing of trout. In it, which takes place in May, there are several activities among which stand out a fishing competition in the varieties of lance, bait and fly, popular food and verbena.