The first turn-off to the hamlet of Romeor starts in Seoane. It has been recently signposted as a Roman tunnel-aquaduct (1st and 2nd centuries). To reach this place, you will have to park your car near the houses in Romeor and walk a few kilometers among the trees. Coming back, from Seoane, it is also possible to reach the magnificent monastery of Samos, or viceversa. The road runs through the mountains and the river Louzara, with its beautiful valley. Further down Seoane, at the turn-off to Moreda (where there is a Nature Room) and Parada, it is possible to access the Devesa da Rogueira and the small ake of Lucenza. From Moreda, you can enjoy 12 km of pure Courel. As early as in 1901, One of the first botanists who studied it wrote that "A Rogueira maintains the decorations of ancient history", and it has remained unchanged.