The oldest news about the Ria de Muros and Noia and north coast do not allow us to speak with precision about the first inhabitants of the area. Roman sources mentioned localities and residents difficult to pinpoint.

Then called Puebla del Muro (Wall Town), it appeared in writing for the first time in 1286, when King Sancho IV granted a number of privileges to encourage fishing and related activities. This shows that, in the Middle Ages, we were one of the most important ports of Galicia, a position we would occupy for generations.

The growth of a great fishing port.

Generous sea, dangerous sea

Times of change