With an approximate surface area of 300 square metres. it is made up of a group of pallozas that recreate life in the Lugo mountain and are located in the historic centre where the French Way to Santiago de Compostela enters Galicia. It is made up of four pallozas. three of them musealized—that of Xan López (palloza-museum). that of Quico and that of Galán (visitable)—and another used as a storehouse (that of Campelo). They are buildings with an oval or elliptical floor plan and low stone walls in which people and animals lived together for centuries. The roof is made of rye straw. known as *colmo*. which supports the weight of the snow and resists the winds. an ideal configuration for its adaptation to the habitat. Both the architecture and the objects located in its interiors reflect the traditional atmosphere of the Lugo mountain. with the exhibition of furniture. useful for textile work. for agricultural and livestock work and those related to daily life.