The restaurants by the beach give its reputation to our next stop, Espasante, where you will be able to try delicious seafood. At night, some bars still have a cosy atmosphere with traditional music where clients can join in with popular songs. But let us leave this moment of fun for later. For now, the cliffs will give you a surprise by when you find the coastal hill fort of Punta dos Prados at the end of the peer. Nearby is the beach of Céltigos, virtually unspoilt, from where you can enjoy striking views of Cape Ortegal and its “Aguillóns”. You will also visit the beaches of San Antonio, Eirón, where one of the largest caves in area lies, and Bimbieiro, the only pebble beach on this stretch of the Loiba coastline. An area of high cliffs, a walk along the barnacle paths will help you understand the difficulties these shellfish workers face every day. If the route coincides with spring tides, you will be able to go down to the beaches to see the fauna; and if it is a working day, you will probably find barnacle gatherers, octopus fishers, seaweed collectors, sea urchin catchers or three-bearded rockling fishermen doing their daily work, without doubt a beautiful scene that makes the wealth of these waters very clear.