The Castro de Baroña is a primitive settlement that dates back to the 1st Century BC to the 1st Century AD. It is located in Baroña, municipality of Porto do Son in La Coruña. It is considered to be one of the best kept forts in Galicia, next to the ones in Monte Santa Tecla (A Guarda) and they are next to the sea over a small peninsula, contrary to the ones of Citania de Santa Tegra located in the mount with the same name in the municipality of A Guarda (Pontevedra).
It is believed that the town of Baroña was self-sufficient, inside the fort there is no water, so they must have had to look for it outside They think that the food was based on the sea: seafood and fish. There are metallurgy remains, stone and textiles.