Baiona retains all the cultural wealth Galicia. Galician ethnographic elements are presented in Bayonne over all its territory, making it a scale representation Galician heritage.

The material elements that defined the life, work, art and folk customs of old Galician territory still persist in enriching baionés materially.

We find typical elements of Galician culture as traditional houses, water mills, granaries, stone crosses, bibs souls, dovecotes, fountains, manors, chapels and churches.

Each of these elements had special meaning when its use was common, and are closely linked with popular beliefs and daily life of the people of the past centuries.

Their study helps us understand how everyday problems faced, how they took advantage of natural resources and understand the spiritual and symbolic relations to popular belief and know one's native styles of artistic expression.

The stone cross of the Holy Trinity (XV Century)

The cruceiro, ethnographic element representative of Galician culture and art, is full of legends and myths that still survive today.

The stone cross of the Holy Trinity is located on the old Roman road.It consists of a large cross XV century Gothic temple covered by a Renaissance type reached a height of 8 meters. It is signed by a group of 10 biblical figures in polychrome stone

Formerly served as an altar to celebrate Mass in time of plague. This is a major cruceiros of Galicia.