The network of streets and squares of the old town responds to the primitive medieval planimetry. On the one hand, the town was surrounded (it had been since at least the 14th century) and was accessed through several doors and gates. Only remains of that wall remain around the church of Santiago. On the other hand, there is the fishing district, developed from the small tidal port and the Jacobean route. The seafaring houses, with their gabled roofs, whitewashed walls and fishing implements at the door, divided the space between granaries to store the crops.

In addition to walking through these old streets, in the center of Redondela you can visit the Alameda de Castelao, the Casa da Torre, the Church of Redondela, the Convent of Vilavella, and observe the famous Viaducts of Redondela, one of the symbols of the town. .