Morrazo Peninsula is a combination of beaches that are very popular with tourists in summer and the tip, which is a protected area: the Costa da Vela, wild, unpaved, overlooked by a prehistoric shrine and with a beach visited by those who love a peaceful atmosphere.
Another protected area in the peninsula is Cape Udra (near Bueu). Also on the coast, its water is part of the Nature 2000 Network, to west in the Ons-O Grove complex and to the east in the bay of San Simón. Heading inland, the land rises up to the mountains of A Lama after passing through Ponte Caldelas, with average heights and a number of houses built by indianos (emigrants returning from the Americas having made their fortune), in the Serra do Cando. The north is crossed by the River Lérez, whose route is also considered a protected nature reserve.