We start the route in the beautiful village of Ferreira, one of the best-preserved village, where we can admire the popular architecture of the area, while we walk along its narrow paths in the shade of hundred-year-old vines. After crossing the village we begin the ascent towards Nonide, gradually entering wooded spots of chestnut trees, oaks and birches that open in small clearings allowing us to see the canyon of the Agüeira River in its rapid run to its mouth in the Navia River.
Passing Nonide we start a strong descent immersed in a large chestnut forest, on whose hillsides we can see "cortines" circular constructions of stone that protect the beehives from the attacks of fauna and fire. Soon we will arrive at the Allonca River that brings the waters of the neighbouring Galicia and pour them into the Agüeira River in an area known as "Bridge of A Coba" an ideal place to give us a bath and to continue with energy towards La Coba and Coba. From here we will cross the mountain halfway between the briars and the gorse alternated with small woods of native trees, which will make us reach Ferreira again quickly and pleasantly. Again at the starting point, we cannot end the day without enjoying the tourist area of Ferreira where we can rest and practice aquatic activities (canoeing, fishing, bathing, etc.)