A balcony at the entrance of the Ría de Vigo
This is an area of rocky coastline with beach areas, such as A Ladeira beach. The A Ramallosa marsh, on the border with Nigrán, is one of the largest natural points of interest, with large reedbeds and a productive intertidal zone complemented with dunes and small rivers that empty here.
Further east, the beaches of Arealoura and Patos in Nigrán also offer good opportunities for sightings. The same applies to the imposing cliff of Monte Ferro. Crop areas and small patches of native forest around the town of Baiona also provide ample opportunity for bird watching. Further west, the rocky coastline takes centre stage until Cabo Silleiro, where there is a watchtower where, with binoculars or a telescope, watchers can enjoy the spectacle of the migration of hundreds of seabirds.