Built between the 14th and 15th centuries, it forms part of the mendicant type of church in Galicia. It is Gothic in style and has a Latin cross plan, with a single nave, transept, wooden roof and sanctuary with three polygonal apses, covered with cross vaults. Outside, the outstanding feature is the main façade, with a doorway with pointed archivolts. Inside, the 13th century tomb of the admiral and poet Payo Gómez Chamiro is the outstanding feature.
Ruins of the Santo Domingo Monastery
The convent, founded in 1281, belonged to the Dominican order.…