San Salvador de Negueira
Latin cross plant.
Built at the end of the 15th century
The temple of San Salvador, built at the end of the fifteenth or early sixteenth century, is a beautiful plant building in the form of a Latin cross, with two chapels on the sides and a presbytery with ridge vault.
Its lintel door, front with belfry and arched portico with pillars, give access to a beautiful interior, where, from the wooden benches, allow us to calmly contemplate the main chapel with San Salvador in the baroque altarpiece of the 18th century and the two side chapels.
An interior that preserves a silver cross of the nineteenth century, a Sacrament with the Agnus of the eighteenth century and that peace that from Negueira reaches the soul.
Negueira de Muñiz Tourism
A paradise to enjoy
The country of Abeyeiro, a family stone and slate house of the early twentieth century, rehabilitated and converted into a place to give life to the valuable beekeeping world and get to know the world of bees.