The legends tell that the men and women who inhabited this coast originally descended from whales and fish. Surrounded by cliffs that are 600 meters high, the small estuary of Cedeira has a salty and eternal taste... This is the sea, rough and generous. A sea of barnacles. The most spectacular beach is the crescent shaped Vilarrube beach.

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And to the north, sheltering the entrance to the estuary, that which is considered the heart of Cedeira and perhaps also of Galicia: the Sanctuary of Santo André de Teixido, a chapel devoted to the Apostle Saint Andrew located in a rugged landscape of cliffs. This is where pilgrims going to Santiago believed the Milky Way ended. It is a magical sanctuary that people should visit at least once in their lifetime...

Beaches...

A CONCHA Cariño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
A FROUXEIRA Valdoviño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
AREALONGA Cedeira (A Coruña) Add to my trip
BALEO Valdoviño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
BASTEIRA Cariño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
CAMPELO Valdoviño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
FIGUEIRAS Cariño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
FORNOS Cariño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
GRAXAL Valdoviño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
MEIRÁS - DO RÍO Valdoviño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
MOURELLA Valdoviño (A Coruña) Add to my trip
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