Leaving this spot behind, we head off on our way to the next destination. We exchange paved roads for wooden and sand pathways, coming into the Natural Park of Corrubedo. There, camouflaged among the wild environment of the area, you will find the Casa da Costa Interpretation Centre (CIELGA), an educational space that features exhibitions on this unique ecosystem. The real pearls of the site are the dunes of Corrubedo and Carregal and Vixán lagoons, which cover an area of 1,000 hectares between the parishes of Corrubedo, Artes and Carreira. Ask biologists any questions you may have and then put what you have learned into practice by exploring and leaving your footprints on the white sand beaches of Vilar and Ladeira, inside the Natural Park. You should also visit the spectacular strand formed during a slow process by a dam which gave shape to Carregal lagoon. The wind allowed the development of several other dune strands, many of which have been stabilised by vegetation, but also a mobile one, the largest in the northwest of the peninsula.