Santa Eulalia de Tines Church
Built in the Romanesque style, there are interesting capitals inside.
Important archaeological remains were found in the atrium and the surrounding fields.
In 1951, the researcher Manuel Chamoso Lamas discovered a Suevi-Romanic necropolis with burials dating back tothe 1st-3rd century A.D. He also revealed the possible existence of a Roman villa on the site. The funeral stele of Victorinus was discovered in Tines. This may be one of the earliest Christian testaments in Galicia, dated to the 4th or 5th centuries A.D. This stone is now housed in the ACoruña Archaeology Museum.