Piornedo is a small village in the
Ancares mountains in
Spain. It is part of the municipality of
Cervantes, which is in the
Os Ancares, in the province of
Galicia. The village is located at a height of approximately 1,300 metres.
Piornedo is famous for its museum, a preserved
palloza or traditional house, that shows how people lived in this remote region until comparatively recently. It is now a centre for tourism, especially for walkers, and has a small hotel, guest houses, restaurants and a bar.