Location - Beche SuitesNature Ecocamp


Located in a privileged place, in the heart of the Mariñas Coruñesas e Terras do Mandeo Biosphere Reserve (UNESCO), the second largest reserve in Galicia, and on the English Way of Santiago route, specifically in the stretch Betanzos – Hospital de Bruma.

Location - Beche SuitesNature Ecocamp

Beche - The biosphere reserve

The Beche reservoir area is full of nature trails to walk and discover, accessible both on foot and by bike, to see with the family or alone. In short, it is the ideal place to disconnect and enjoy the environment. The cabins have incredible views of the reservoir that evoke the enjoyment of outdoor activities such as kayaking or paddle surfing, relaxing in the pareo…

The English Way

The Camino de Santiago originated between 820 and 830 AD after the discovery of the tomb of St. James, confirming the religious history of the region and giving rise to the first pilgrims, from humble people to King Alfonso II of Asturias, considered the first pilgrim.

An outstanding historical route is the English Way, used by pilgrims from Nordic countries and England, which involves travelling by boat to the ports of A Coruña or Ferrol and then starting the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.

The cottages, located near the fourth stretch of the English Way, about 15 km from Betanzos, are on the stage from Betanzos to Hospital de Bruma (28.3 km), with proximity to La Ruta dos Amilladoiros, which includes points of interest such as the chapel and fountain of San Paio de Vilacova, as well as activities such as horseback riding, kayaking, mushroom picking and hiking.

Location - Beche SuitesNature Ecocamp
Location - Beche SuitesNature Ecocamp

Meet our suppliers · Orballo Tea Plantation

They offer high quality, ecological and sustainable products, managing the entire production process to ensure that raw materials are obtained in optimal conditions. They ensure the absence of pesticides, herbicides and harmful chemicals during processing, thus achieving 100% organic products. They also avoid the use of synthetic additives to preserve the ecosystem and respect the surrounding biodiversity.

In addition to production, Orballo has sought to share their passion and knowledge about tea with the public. They have opened their doors to guided tours, where visitors can get up close and personal with the tea growing process, learn about its properties and enjoy tastings.

Location - Beche SuitesNature Ecocamp


Enjoy a different Galicia

Other points of interest

Betanzos (15km)

3.5 hours walk

Tower of Hercules (A Coruña)

40 min. by car

Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela

52 min. by car

Bruma Hospital

1 h 40 min. walk