Ulla River

The Ulla River, with its 132 km in length, is the longest and largest in Galicia after the Miño.

An important part of its banks and its main tributaries are part of the Special Conservation Zone ZEC Ulla-Deza river system, one of the natural spaces protected by the Natura 2000 Network in Galicia.

The Ulla River is an important watercourse that flows dividing the province of A Coruña and Pontevedra. As it passes through the Touro Town Hall, the Ulla River offers a picturesque and calm landscape. Its waters meander between green hills and forests, creating a natural environment that invites relaxation and contemplation.

The Ulla is known for its historical and cultural importance in the region, and has played a prominent role in various activities over time. In addition to its scenic beauty, the Ulla River is famous for its carnivals and events associated with Galician tradition.

In Touro Town Hall, you may find riverside areas used for recreation and outdoor activities. The banks of the Ulla River can offer ideal places to enjoy nature, take walks or simply relax by the water. Additionally, there are likely to be historic or modern bridges spanning the river, adding a picturesque touch to the surroundings.