San Cibrao de Las hill fort (Castro de San Cibrao de Las) is an archeological place in Galicia, Spain. It is a hill fort of the so-called castro culture. Rather than a single castle, it encompasses an entire fortified town or village. The place was inhabited from the second century BC to the second century AD. It flourished during the first century, at the beginning of Roman rule in Galicia.
The ruins are located on a 473-metre-high hill, covering an area 384 m long and 314 m wide. Unlike the other hill forts of the area, there are many straight walls and fewer curving structures.
The Celtic toponymy of Galicia is the whole of the ancient or modern place, river, or mountain names which were originated inside a Celtic language, and thus have Celtic etymology, and which are or were located inside the limits of modern Galicia.List of castros in Galicia
This is a list of castros in Galicia (Spain), ordered by provinces.