Iglesia de San Cristovo de Corzón
Located on the Camino that leads from Santiago to Fisterra, this simple construction of a single naveclad with wood, which extends into a Romanesque chapel, crowned by a barrel vault and entered by a round triumphal arch supported on half columns. To the outside, the purity of the lines, highlighted by careful stonework and the absence of towers. The bell gable is built on a higher plot of ground, better suited for its function of calling people to worship.
The altarpieces are also quite interesting. The lateral ones are baroque style and the central one is neo-classical. The imagery is basically typical of the second half of the 18th century and is a dignified complement to this interesting grouping.