In Carnota, one can live the magical and unusual experience...of feeling like one is on an endless beach.
Seven endless kilometres of sandy beaches in a perfect crescent shape. Carnota – which at low tide can reach up to one kilometre wide – is a natural world in another dimension.
Overlooking the beach stand Zoomorphic cyclopean rocks of A Moa, the top of Monte Pindo, the sacred Olympus of the Celts which rises up to 627 m altitude. At its feet, in the small town of Ézaro, is another unique spectacle, the waterfall from the River Xallas that plunges into the sea from 40 metres above.
And in the far north, in the Marismas de Caldebarcos, one can see waterfowl such as cormorants, gannets, oystercatchers, curlews, herons, turnstones and also...the elusive otters.