The Cantina Río Covés is located at the end of the promenade of the medieval village of Pontedeume (A Coruña) and its pillars rests on an old dock at the estuary of the River Covés. It is a nececesary way to the Fragas do Eume national park to and the monasteries of Caaveiro and Monfero.
The Cantina Río Covés has shown throughout the years a special care and dedication to the preservation of their immediate environment by planting native trees such as boxwood, laurel, oak, chestnut trees and willows.
The family house was built on the old dock that, for 50 years, worked as shop, canteen and salt warehouse. Nowadays, restored as a restaurant, it offers a cuisine that uses the sea as inspiration.