From the Uía cape you can see the island of A Crebb and the Illa Vella, and hear the legends that tell us about Moors and enchanted princesses. The Ría de Muros e Noia is, in itself, a space for enchantment. As Brañas da Pedra do Cadro, the high peaks of the Barbanza and the Serra de Outes are places of scenic beauty that is worth at trip of any length in order to keep them in the mind's eye.
But of all the important local natural reserves, three have their deserved protection within Natura 2000. The mountain and lagoon of Louro, which has a serendipitous combination of lagoon, beaches, rocks and lighthouses. The estuary of the River Tambre, where the country landscapes coexist with the sailors. And part of the Corrubedo wetlands spanning the coastline of the municipality of Porto do Son.