A tour of some of Galicia’s wildest and most scenic beaches. Walking along their fine white sand will make you forget about the world and enjoy the most natural beauty.
Playa de los Cristales
One of Galicia’s most singular beaches, formed by a large layer of coloured crystals. This large work of art came about due to an old rubbish damp, where bottles and other containers were disposed of. In time, the sea returned the bottles to this small cove as beautiful polished pieces of glass.
Playa de Soesto
Soesto beach is pure beauty, even before arriving there. It is accessed via dunes and walkways that cross a small stream taking us to paradise. A trip to a beach with fine white sand, where the waves and vegetation will take your breath away.
Playa de Traba
This beach stands out due to its scenic beauty, surrounded by dunes and its main attraction, a lagoon. Wooden walkways, fauna and vegetation make up a large tapestry of colours that charms us with a living natural setting full of magic.
Playa del Lago
A beach featuring great beauty, calm waters and surroundings made up of the mouth of the River Lago, resulting in a small lagoon, hence the name Playa del Lago. Surrounded by a luxuriant pine grove and accompanied by a beautiful lighthouse. It’s an excellent beach for enjoying a well-deserved day of rest.
Playa de Nemiña
The virgin beach of Nemiña is located in the municipality of Muxía, featuring fine sand and crystal-clear waters surrounded by the characteristic flora of Atlantic beaches. The mouth of the River Castro reflects great natural beauty that makes up the ideal setting for enjoying yourself and breathing pure air. On the other hand, its moderate waves in the open sea make it a great beach for surfers.
Playa de Rostro
The almost 2 km of the wild Rostro beach on the Costa da Morte is shrouded in legend, according to which its sand covers the mythical city of Dugium. The ideal place for nature and history enthusiasts, where you can enjoy peace and quiet while contemplating the breaking of the strong waves. Protected as part of the Natura 2000 network.
Playa de Arnela
A small cove surrounded by vegetation and cliffs that take us to a completely virgin setting where we can enjoy the peace and quiet; ideal for resting and contemplating the sunset.