This forest nursery is one of the places created in the early twentieth century to plant new forest species outside the Galician native forest: eucalyptus, pine, fir, etc ... This type of arboreal vegetation began to be demanded in Galicia by the market, as a result, spaces such as this one were created to supply town councils and businesses in order to facilitate the repopulation of the mountain. This one in Ponte Caldelas is located at a height of 450 metres in a plateau zone and of low gradient. The royal road used by merchants (arrieiros) that went from Ribadavia to Pontevedra passed through here. Today the area is a large recreational area with its origins in the mid-twentieth century. We can see the terraces and dams built in stone and also the old forest house itself. The place is complete with tables and fountains.