See also: the EEC
HistoryIn the toponym of the EEC, like for other places of this coast of Galicia, some historians want to see the trace of Greek names there, thus for Ézaro, O Pindo and Chios, which supposes an important colonization. But this probable hellenisation of part of the Galician coasts is not sufficiently shown. It is more probable than the etymology derives from cetárea (cetus) (in Latin it is of tuna or the whale) like for Cedeira.
The documentation of the EEC at the XVIII century is important. Fishing was an important activity, in particular that of the Cetacea. It at that time that at summer is built the church (or sanctuary), in a late Gothic style. The church was rebuilt after the destruction by French, some parts of the primitive building were preserved.
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