Beaches in A CoruƱa

Ɖzaro

Ɖzaro

The only beach in this municipality in the Ezaro cove, where the river Xallas flows into the sea.See more
Oza

Oza

Lazareto Beach is located to the south of the large port of A CoruƱa, at one end.See more
San Amaro

San Amaro

This beach is very close to Punta Herminia and is very busy.See more
As Lapas (O Arenal)

As Lapas (O Arenal)

It is a small sandy beach in a good state of conservation.See more
San Xurxo (San Jorge)

San Xurxo (San Jorge)

This beach shares a beach bed with Esmelle, from which it is separated by the O Xuncal stream.See more
DoniƱos

DoniƱos

This beach is about two kilometres long and welcomes a large number of visitors.See more
Laxe

Laxe

A beach of great beauty with fine white sand and a length of one and a half kilometres, with the facilities of an urban beach.See more
EspiƱeiro

EspiƱeiro

A beach with a high level of occupation that has the most basic services for the use of the public.See more
Mera

Mera

It is the beach of the urban nucleus of Mera, very visited by residents of the area.See more
Bastiagueiro

Bastiagueiro

Excellent beach with a wide strip of good quality golden sand with very little gradient.See more
Santa Cristina

Santa Cristina

It is a long beach located in the Burgo estuary, which gives it a very characteristic shape.See more
A Concha

A Concha

Beach located in the town centre of Espasante, with the port on the beach itself.See more
Morouzos (Cabalar)

Morouzos (Cabalar)

This beach is normally only used in the central third of the beach and has a large expanse of dunes with a pine forest and a recreational area.See more
Vilar (O Vilar)

Vilar (O Vilar)

This beach is part of the Corrubedo Dune Complex Natural Park.See more
Ornanda (Gaviotas)

Ornanda (Gaviotas)

A rustic beach with white sand, extensive and very popular with tourists in the area.See more
Aguieira

Aguieira

A large rustic beach with high quality white sand and very well equipped.See more
Cabeiro (Caveiro)

Cabeiro (Caveiro)

This beach, fully equipped, takes its name from the small mound next to which it is located, as well as from the rocky outcrop of Punta Cabeiro, where the Cabeiro lighthouse is located.See more
Matadero (Berberiana)

Matadero (Berberiana)

Matadero beach is located next to OrzƔn beach, right in the centre of A CoruƱa.See more
OrzƔn

OrzƔn

The OrzƔn-Riazor beaches, together with Matadero beach at one end, are the beaches of A CoruƱa par excellence.See more
Riazor

Riazor

OrzƔn-Riazor are the urban beaches of A CoruƱa. They are fully equipped and have a high level of occupation.See more
Tronco

Tronco

A small beach of 100 metres in length, white sand, calm waters and lacking in services.See more
Pereira Torta

Pereira Torta

Seventy-metre long beach located in a semi-urban area, with a low level of occupation.See more
O PorrĆ³n

O PorrĆ³n

Beach in a good state of conservation of its natural surroundings.See more
As Cunchas

As Cunchas

This beach offers the possibility of practising nautical sports and is well equipped.See more
Aceveira (Sartaxes)

Aceveira (Sartaxes)

It has a low level of occupation and is in a good state of natural conservation. It is popularly known as AbuĆ­n or Sartaxes beach, names that are related to the villages near this beach.See more
Tres Cruces (Trece cruces)

Tres Cruces (Trece cruces)

It is an unspoilt beach without any type of pollution due to the low level of occupation and the absence of houses or industries that deteriorate its surroundings, making it attractive from a landscape point of view and the vegetation is integrated into its sandy area.See more
EspiƱeirido

EspiƱeirido

This beach is located on the border between the municipalities of Porto do Son and Ribeira.See more
Valieiros (Balieiros)

Valieiros (Balieiros)

The Balieiros cove includes the beaches of Balieiros or Valieiros and Furna do PortiƱo.See more
El Prado (O Prado)

El Prado (O Prado)

On this beach, the urban area is located on the beachfront. It is located next to the Port of Corrubedo.See more
Ribeira Grande

Ribeira Grande

Ribeira Grande and RibeiriƱa are two very small urban beaches sheltered by the breakwater of the port of Corrubedo.See more
Couso

Couso

It is part of a group of beaches: Area Basta, O Couso, Penisqueira, Celeirans and Rego das Cargas, which are small and isolated to the south of Ribeira.See more
Penisqueira

Penisqueira

It is part of a group of beaches: Area Basta, O Couso, Penisqueira, Celeirans and Rego das Cargas, which are small and isolated to the south of Ribeira.See more
Las Amorosas

Las Amorosas

This beach, located at the foot of the Tower of Hercules, is made up exclusively of rocks, with a total absence of sand.See more
CeleirƔns

CeleirƔns

It is part of a group of beaches: Area Basta, O Couso, Penisqueira, Celeirans and Rego das Cargas, which are small, isolated and of no tourist interest to the south of Ribeira in the Covasa inlet, between Punta da Covasa and Punta Couso.See more
Rego das Cargas

Rego das Cargas

This beach is occupied by the AguiƱo port facilities.See more
Tasca

Tasca

Tasca and O Castro are two large urban beaches separated by a long breakwater.See more
As Mirandas (La Barrosa)

As Mirandas (La Barrosa)

The beach bed alternates between rock and sand.See more
O Castro (Catia)

O Castro (Catia)

Tasca and O Castro are two large urban beaches separated by a long breakwater.See more
Centeas

Centeas

The beach bed alternates between rock and sand.See more
Santa Isabel

Santa Isabel

Beach located in the centre of CorcubiĆ³n with services for the visitor.See more
Lino

Lino

It is a small cove at the foot of the promenade, very uncomfortable for bathing, with very thick sand, strong sea and very dangerous.See more
CastiƱeiras

CastiƱeiras

Urban beach frequented by residents of the area.See more
Playa del Puerto

Playa del Puerto

A port beach of sand and mud that is completely covered by the high tide.See more
La CetƔrea

La CetƔrea

It is a small cove located next to an area from which it takes its name, and which lacks any services.See more
Mosqueiros

Mosqueiros

Three hundred metres of sandy beach with the services of an urban beach.See more
A Basteira

A Basteira

A beach with calm waters separated from La Concha (to the north) by a dyke that separates them.See more
La CetƔrea (O PortiƱo)

La CetƔrea (O PortiƱo)

It is a beach set in the port of Visma, where bathing is dangerous.See more
A Ameixida (La Raia)

A Ameixida (La Raia)

It has the facilities of an urban beach.See more
Bens

Bens

Arenal beach with low occupancy due to the pollution of its waters.See more
Ɓrea Secada

Ɓrea Secada

Beach somewhat separated from the town centre but in an area where there are still buildings.See more
Corna (EsteirĆ³n)

Corna (EsteirĆ³n)

Beach surrounded by a large dune field where vegetation typical of coastal ecosystems grows. Clean, calm waters, with no strong winds.See more
Touro

Touro

Small urban beach lacking in facilities and services.See more
Malladoira

Malladoira

Small and of little tourist interest.See more
Gavoteira de Fontan

Gavoteira de Fontan

Three hundred metre long urban beach with no services.See more
Insua (Carboeira)

Insua (Carboeira)

Small beach with calm waters.See more
Carolinas

Carolinas

This beach is located to the left of the port of Ribeira.See more
Andahio (Boebre)

Andahio (Boebre)

This beach is very popular with tourists from the area.See more
CabĆ­o (A Barca)

CabĆ­o (A Barca)

Beach bordering LombiƱa Beach, so the services are common to both, with clean, calm waters and a high level of occupation in the summer season.See more
Abelleira

Abelleira

Small isolated beach with golden sand.See more
Agronovo

Agronovo

Isolated beach with clean, calm waters, with low occupancy compared to LombiƱa and Cabƭo.See more
RĆ­o Azor

RĆ­o Azor

This semi-urban beach has certain services such as showers, litter bins and kiosks during the summer season.See more
Xurela

Xurela

Small isolated beach with calm waters.See more
NiƱeiriƱos

NiƱeiriƱos

Its level of occupation has increased considerably, as has that of other neighbouring beaches such as Agronovo.See more
Insuela

Insuela

Gravel beach, somewhat uncomfortable for bathing.See more
Cabana

Cabana

Small beach that disappears at high tide.See more
Arenal

Arenal

Large beach located in the town centre of A Pobla do CaramiƱal, offering good conditions for water sports.See more
A Cambra (Casqueiro)

A Cambra (Casqueiro)

Beach at the foot of the cliffy coast with difficult access and no services available.See more
San LƔzaro

San LƔzaro

Beach with a low level of occupation, calm waters although not very clean due to the dumping of waste from the nearby canning industry.See more
O Baluarte (O Casqueiro)

O Baluarte (O Casqueiro)

Urban beach and annexed to the port area of Palmeira, with seasonal services.See more
RaposiƱos

RaposiƱos

Like the neighbouring beach of San LƔzaro, its waters are calm but not very clean due to the dumping of waste from the nearby canning industry.See more
Cruces

Cruces

It is a beach of two hundred metres in length, visited by small anchoring boats.See more
La Merced

La Merced

Beach with a low level of occupation due to the difficulty of parking vehicles and the absence of services, in contrast to the good quality of its waters and the conservation of its sandy area.See more
A Corna (El Esteiro)

A Corna (El Esteiro)

Well equipped and with a high level of occupancy.See more
RiveiriƱa

RiveiriƱa

This beach has a medium occupancy rate as it is mainly used by the local inhabitants, whose houses are located close to the beach.See more
Toxal

Toxal

Semi-urban beach with a low occupancy rate.See more
La Poza

La Poza

One hundred metres of sandy beach with a low level of occupation.See more
Campo

Campo

The recent construction of the promenade, as well as the actions promoted by the Ministry of the Environment and the State Coastal Demarcation for the recovery of the coastline on this beach, make it an area of great value….See more
Conchido

Conchido

A beach with calm waters bordering the municipality of Boiro.See more
Chanteiro

Chanteiro

Semi-urban beach equipped with most of the services, such as beach cleaning service and showers.See more
Ribada (Centeas)

Ribada (Centeas)

This beach has a steep wall that is difficult to access, like its neighbouring beach Estacas.See more
Estacas

Estacas

This beach has a steep wall that is difficult to access, like its neighbouring beach Ribada.See more
Ares

Ares

It is the beach in the centre of Ares, quiet and well equipped. With numerous accesses for people with reduced mobility.See more
Seselle

Seselle

It is an extensive beach equipped with many services and anchoring areas frequented by pleasure boats.See more
Graxal

Graxal

Practically inaccessible beach with a zero level of occupation.See more
Raso

Raso

Very well equipped and frequented by local residents.See more
Sabadelle

Sabadelle

Isolated beach, not recommended for bathing.See more
Porto Carrizo

Porto Carrizo

Beach of golden sand, 200 metres long and 20 metres wide, isolated from urban centres.See more
Redes (Area Morta)

Redes (Area Morta)

Urban beach lacking in services and with a somewhat poor state of conservation of the natural environment.See more
El Matadero

El Matadero

Arenal located in the vicinity of the Suevos Industrial Estate. Facing north-east.See more
Rosella

Rosella

Beach with very difficult access and no occupation.See more
Suevos (Area Grande)

Suevos (Area Grande)

Beach located in the vicinity of the Suevos Industrial Estate. Facing NE.See more
Prados

Prados

One of the small beaches in this area that are practically inaccessible by land.See more
Area PequeƱa

Area PequeƱa

Small sandy area close to the Port of Suevos. Facing NE.See more
SabĆ³n (Alba)

SabĆ³n (Alba)

A natural beach of fine white sand. North-facing and with strong waves, ideal for surfing.See more
Praia do PortiƱo (O Porto)

Praia do PortiƱo (O Porto)

Isolated beach made up of rocks and gravel, not recommended for bathing.See more
Mourillar (Os Botes)

Mourillar (Os Botes)

Rustic beach made up of gravel and sand with some facilities for public use.See more
Cano Grande (De la Mina)

Cano Grande (De la Mina)

Made up of sand, small in size and buffeted by the prevailing wind in the area and a strong swell.See more
Cortello (Cortello PequeƱo)

Cortello (Cortello PequeƱo)

The beach is barely 100 metres long and lacks any services or infrastructure.See more
O Rego (Cortello Grande)

O Rego (Cortello Grande)

Isolated beach with no services or facilities and a low level of occupancy.See more
Santa Irene (O Reiro)

Santa Irene (O Reiro)

Small natural beach of fine white sand.See more
Campelo

Campelo

It is the last beach in the south of the coast of ValdoviƱo, isolated and made up of sand and pebbles.See more
El Pedrido

El Pedrido

Beach located at the mouth of the river Mandeo, subject to tidal variations.See more
Regueiro

Regueiro

Gravel and sandy beach with a low level of occupation and a total absence of facilities and services.See more
GandarĆ­o

GandarĆ­o

A well-equipped beach with a large number of visitors who practise various sporting activities.See more
Costadal

Costadal

Semi-urban beach with a low level of occupation, good state of conservation and calm waters.See more
Do Portelo

Do Portelo

Isolated beach made up of rocks and sand with a low level of occupation.See more
AgramuiƱa (O Porto)

AgramuiƱa (O Porto)

White sandy beach located in an urban area with a low level of occupation.See more
A Covasa

A Covasa

This is the cove in the Furna da Covasa, on which the so-called Phoenician wharf or peirao fenicio (Phoenician pier) is located, in the Covasa cove.See more
Corbeiro

Corbeiro

This is a small rocky cove with sand at low tide. It is accessed by the road known as Paseo do Corbeiro, which runs from the castle of San Carlos in a southerly direction and ends there.See more
Rebordelo

Rebordelo

Good state of conservation, calm waters and low level of occupation.See more
ArliƱa

ArliƱa

Small cove facing south, located next to the football pitch and opposite the Lourido sandy area.See more
Area do RĆ­o (Esteiro)

Area do RĆ­o (Esteiro)

Urban beach with calm waters.See more
Rego Dos Coiros

Rego Dos Coiros

Small cove facing south. It is part of the AriƱo beach.See more
CorviƱo (Palen)

CorviƱo (Palen)

Very degraded beach due to constant uncontrolled dumping.See more
Playa de As Sisargas

Playa de As Sisargas

Located in the Sisargas Islands, in the southern part of the Isla Grande, next to the small port and the so-called “brance” of the Sisargas.See more
Ribeira Grande

Ribeira Grande

An intermediate-sized beach located in an urban area (Cabo de Cruz), but with a low level of occupation.See more
Sarridal (Ribeira grande)

Sarridal (Ribeira grande)

Beach presided over by the impressive Pena Furada, a unique perforated islet.See more
PiƱeirĆ³n

PiƱeirĆ³n

Small beach located in an urban area and lacking in services.See more
Ribeira do Carro (Fabregas)

Ribeira do Carro (Fabregas)

Arenal is made up of three beaches which are difficult to access by means of a path and which can be reached by going down to the first one (Ribeira do Carro beach) via an access at low tide. Little sand at high tide.See more
San Cristobal

San Cristobal

Isolated beach lacking services and facilities.See more
DetrƔs do Castillo

DetrƔs do Castillo

Small beach located between the beach of CariƱo and the port of La GraƱa.See more
San Felipe

San Felipe

Semi-urban beach with calm waters and a somewhat poor state of conservation of the natural environment.See more
A GraƱa

A GraƱa

Regenerated beach with sand located in the port of Ferrol.See more
Os Olmos

Os Olmos

Beach located in the Ferrol estuary, not very advisable for bathing due to the poor condition of the water and the environment.See more
Caranza

Caranza

It is a well-equipped artificial beach, very popular with local tourists.See more
Lopesa

Lopesa

Lopesa beach disappears at high tide.See more
Do Rostro

Do Rostro

Very long beach with strong waves, lacking services and little frequented by tourists.See more
A HortiƱa

A HortiƱa

A HortiƱa beach, inaccessible and unoccupied (the nearest hamlet is about 3 km away), disappears at high tide.See more
Arnela

Arnela

This beach is fairly well protected by the rocky feature of Punta de Arnela, from which it takes its name.See more
Castelo

Castelo

Castelo beach disappears at high tide.See more
Mar de Fora

Mar de Fora

It is a sandy beach isolated from urban centres, with a length of 700 metres.See more
O Casal

O Casal

O Casal beach disappears at high tide.See more
SardiƱeiro

SardiƱeiro

Urban beach with a low level of occupation that has a landscaped area with a small children’s playground and various bio-healthy equipment.See more
Cala Chamoso

Cala Chamoso

Small isolated beach of golden sand.See more
Gabiotea

Gabiotea

Gabiotea beach has calm waters and sand in a good state of conservation.See more
Chazo (Piquita)

Chazo (Piquita)

It is in a regular state of conservation and has a low level of occupation.See more
Fontenla

Fontenla

Beach with no occupancy rate during the summer season.See more
Portomouro

Portomouro

Beach with no facilities or services, with a low level of occupation, located in the town of Portomouro.See more
Suigrexa

Suigrexa

Beach of difficult access with calm waters, white sand and low occupancy rate.See more
O Vilar

O Vilar

Small beach with strong waves.See more
Supicho

Supicho

It lacks services and its surroundings are in a somewhat improved state.See more
Canteira Marracoi

Canteira Marracoi

Small beach located between the beach of CariƱo and the port of La GraƱa.See more
AgaƱƔn

AgaƱƔn

Half a kilometre of white sandy beach, calm waters and low occupancy rate due to the lack of services and the somewhat poor quality of the surroundings.See more
A Caseta

A Caseta

Small beach located between the beach of CariƱo and the port of La GraƱa.See more
BodiĆ³n

BodiĆ³n

Very degraded beach due to the canning industries and the services located nearby, which make its waters unsuitable for bathing.See more
Praia dos Curas

Praia dos Curas

A small beach with strong waves.See more
Agoeiros

Agoeiros

Like the neighbouring beach of BudiĆ³n, its waters are not suitable for bathing due to the degradation caused by the proximity of the canning industries and an energy production centre.See more
Cecilio

Cecilio

Small beach with calm waters.See more
Area Basta

Area Basta

Beach with no direct access to it, so that to reach it you have to cross private properties, often through lush vegetation.See more
As Maseiras

As Maseiras

Beach difficult to access, isolated and little visited by tourists.See more
LĆ³brigo

LĆ³brigo

Beach with a low level of occupation, used as a beaching area for fishing boats.See more
O Curro

O Curro

Beach difficult to access, isolated and little visited by tourists.See more
Quinteiro

Quinteiro

The natural environment is in a poor state of conservation and has a low level of occupation.See more
Ribademar (San Vicente do Mar)

Ribademar (San Vicente do Mar)

Isolated beach, difficult to access, with a low level of occupancy.See more
A Orixeira (A Urixeira)

A Orixeira (A Urixeira)

Beach subject to great variation in width due to the tide.See more
NiĆ±Ć³ns

NiĆ±Ć³ns

Isolated beach with moderate waves.See more
NavaliƱos (O PendĆ³n)

NavaliƱos (O PendĆ³n)

Located in an area where small fishing boats anchor.See more
Area das Vacas

Area das Vacas

Difficult to access due to the poor state of the road, with a low level of occupancy.See more
Rebordelo

Rebordelo

Isolated but quite frequented by visitors from the area.See more
San Pedro

San Pedro

Beach difficult to access, isolated and little visited by tourists.See more
La Madalena (Cabanas)

La Madalena (Cabanas)

High quality beach, both for its water, sand and width and for the facilities and services available.See more
Camelle

Camelle

Urban beach with calm waters for bathing but considered a windy beach.See more
Arou

Arou

Urban beach with a crescent shape, calm waters, white sand and very sheltered from the wind.See more
Lobeiras

Lobeiras

Open sea beach located in front of the islands of the same name.See more
Santa MariƱa

Santa MariƱa

Small sandy beach with moderate waves and some wind, typical of this area.See more
Trece

Trece

Several coves of sand or pebbles, separated by rocky formations (13 in total). More than a kilometre of sand interspersed with rocks, characterised by the prevailing wind in the area and a strong swell.See more
Area de Reira (Area Grande)

Area de Reira (Area Grande)

A group of four small unspoilt beaches: Area de Reira, Area Longa, Balea and Pedrosa, with very similar characteristics, located to the east of Cabo VilĆ”n. The group of four is known as “Playas de Reira” (Reira Beaches).See more
Area Longa (Area Grande)

Area Longa (Area Grande)

Set of four small unspoilt beaches: Area de Reira, Area Longa, Balea and Pedrosa, with very similar characteristics, located to the east of Cabo VilĆ”n. The group of four is known as “Playas de Reira”.See more
Balea

Balea

Set of four small unspoilt beaches: Area de Reira, Area Longa, Balea and Pedrosa, with very similar characteristics, located to the east of Cabo VilĆ”n. The group of four is known as “Playas de Reira”.See more
Pedrosa

Pedrosa

Set of four small unspoilt beaches: Area de Reira, Area Longa, Balea and Pedrosa, with very similar characteristics, located to the east of Cabo VilĆ”n. The group of four beaches is known as “Playas de Reira”.See more
Lago

Lago

It is one of the beaches located in the CamariƱas estuary, isolated, with a low level of occupation and calm waters.See more
Area da Vila

Area da Vila

It is a medium-sized beach with the most basic beach services.See more
Lingude

Lingude

Very sheltered beach located within the CamariƱas estuary.See more
AriƱa Blanca (Sandrƭa)

AriƱa Blanca (Sandrƭa)

Quiet beach sheltered from the wind in the Rƭa de CamariƱas.See more
AriƱo

AriƱo

Rustic, quiet and family beach, located in the northern part of the CamariƱas estuary. It is bordered by a quiet pine grove with tables, benches and barbecues.See more
Arnado

Arnado

Small sandy beach of isolated character and with a low influx of visitors.See more
Leira (Arnela)

Leira (Arnela)

A kilometre-long beach, isolated and with a low level of occupation. The same sandy area, which varies according to the tide, forms the left side of Monteforte beach with access and car park. In the central area there are two small coves, with no access and parking…See more
Traba

Traba

Rustic beach located at the mouth of several streams, forming a small lagoon and a large sandy area.See more
As Torradas

As Torradas

At low tide, this beach forms one and the same beach as RiƔs.See more
Baldaio (SaiƱas)

Baldaio (SaiƱas)

An extensive sandy beach located within the natural environment of Marismas de Baldaio.See more
RiƔs II

RiƔs II

This beach is very difficult to access and practically disappears at high tide.See more
RiƔs III

RiƔs III

A beach with a low level of occupation and lacking in facilities and services.See more
Santa MariƱa

Santa MariƱa

This sandy and rocky beach is practically covered at high tide.See more
San Miro

San Miro

Small, isolated beach made up of rocks and sand with a low level of occupation, located in the parish of San Miro.See more
Figueiras

Figueiras

Beach with two pedestrian accesses and a high level of occupation.See more
Reixa Grande

Reixa Grande

This isolated beach is practically inaccessible by land, so it is not very busy.See more
A PostiƱa (Area dos Cabalos )

A PostiƱa (Area dos Cabalos )

Access to this beach is from Fornos beach at low tide and from Figueiras beach at half tide.See more
Reixa Chica

Reixa Chica

This beach, like its neighbour Reixa Grande, is practically inaccessible by land, so it is not very busy.See more
Fornos

Fornos

Fornos beach, due to the quality of its water, sand and surroundings, is possibly one of the best beaches in Galicia.See more
Area Maior (Maior de Malpica)

Area Maior (Maior de Malpica)

It is Malpica’s beach par excellence, right in the town centre and well equipped.See more
A Concha

A Concha

This beach is separated from A Basteira beach (to the south) by a breakwater.See more
Canido

Canido

This beach is located next to Praia Maior de Malpica, with which it forms a single beach.See more
Cala de O Peiral

Cala de O Peiral

This cove, almost unknown to outsiders, is much used by the residents of the town of CariƱo and is ideal for cliff diving and scuba diving.See more
Seaia

Seaia

A beach surrounded by dunes, isolated and with moderate waves, located next to Punta do Boi.See more
San Pedro (Playa de O Pindo)

San Pedro (Playa de O Pindo)

Close to the centre of O Pindo, with a short length but a wide sandy strip.See more
Beo

Beo

Beach made up of sand and rocks, isolated and with a low level of occupation.See more
Quilmas (Playa de O Porto de Quilmas)

Quilmas (Playa de O Porto de Quilmas)

Semi-urban beach with showers, but with a low occupancy rate.See more
Seiruga (Esteiro)

Seiruga (Esteiro)

Beach with no services, made up of sand and rocks.See more
Pedrullo

Pedrullo

Three adjoining beaches of a rustic type: Pedrullo Corna Becerra and Salomba, made up of rocks and sand, not very frequented by bathers.See more
Barizo

Barizo

Beach without facilities very close to the port of the same name, Barizo harbour, bordering the Concello de Ponteceso.See more
Corna Becerra

Corna Becerra

Three adjoining beaches of a rustic type: Pedrullo Corna Becerra and Salomba, made up of rocks and sand, not very frequented by bathers.See more
Vilela

Vilela

Rustic beach located very close to the Punta de la Estaca de Bares, in a beautiful area in the north of A CoruƱa, close to the province of Lugo.See more
Salomba (Playa do PortiƱo)

Salomba (Playa do PortiƱo)

Three adjoining beaches of rustic type: Pedrullo Corna Becerra and Salomba, composed of rocks and sand not very frequented by bathers.See more
Bares

Bares

This beach is divided into two parts at high tide, one part in the urban and port area and the other known as Iglesia Vella, with an extensive dune area and divided in turn by a high, rocky ledge.See more
Area Blanca

Area Blanca

Area Blanca and Porto Negros are two unspoilt beaches with similar characteristics, with rocks and little sand and practically no visitors.See more
Esteiro

Esteiro

There is a beach with strong waves in one area and another with calm waters at the mouth of the Esteiro river, ideal for children’s bathing.See more
Porto Negros

Porto Negros

Area Blanca and Porto Negros are two unspoilt beaches with similar characteristics, with rocks and little sand and practically no visitors.See more
Insuela

Insuela

Isolated beach of sand and rocks with little interest for tourism.See more
MarĆ­n

MarĆ­n

Small isolated beach lacking in services and facilities.See more
Caldebarcos

Caldebarcos

Rustic beach at the mouth of the river Valdebois next to a wetland area protected as a natural space.See more
Lago

Lago

Beach 100 metres long, with somewhat difficult access and lacking in services.See more
Carnota

Carnota

It is a rustic beach, protected as a natural space, large in size and with white sand. Including the sandy area, the beach can be up to 7 km long.See more
Cons

Cons

A small beach with little tourist interest.See more
Mar de Lira

Mar de Lira

Mar de Lira, Portocubelo, Tras de Punta, Porto Ancho and Gabota are five contiguous beaches of small size, rustic, sandy and rocky and little frequented by visitors.See more
Alameda (Ponte do Porco)

Alameda (Ponte do Porco)

Located at the mouth of the river Lambre, with white sand and calm waters.See more
Portocubelo

Portocubelo

Mar de Lira, Portocubelo, Tras de Punta, Porto Ancho and Gabota are five contiguous beaches of small size, rustic, sandy and rocky and little frequented by visitors.See more
Bestarruza

Bestarruza

Only beach in this municipal term, next to the urban nucleus of Mugardos. Artificial beach.See more
Tras de Punta

Tras de Punta

Mar de Lira, Portocubelo, Tras de Punta, Porto Ancho and Gabota are five contiguous beaches of small size, rustic, of sand and rocks and little frequented by visitors.See more
A Ribeira

A Ribeira

Small urban beach.See more
A Illa

A Illa

It has clean, calm waters in the absence of wind.See more
LombiƱa (LombiƱa-Cabƭo)

LombiƱa (LombiƱa-Cabƭo)

Beach with a high level of occupation during the summer season due to the good services on offer, excellent water quality and fine white sand.See more
Coroso

Coroso

A large, fully equipped beach that welcomes a large number of visitors, being the closest beach to the town centre of Ribeira.See more
Villarrube (Vilarrube)

Villarrube (Vilarrube)

Large expanse of sand with calm waters, except at the ends of the beach.See more
Baleo

Baleo

Beach with an approximate length of four hundred metres with a high level of occupation.See more
PantĆ­n (O Rodo)

PantĆ­n (O Rodo)

This beach in A CoruƱa is the venue for the famous Ferrolterra Pantƭn Classic, the world surfing championship.See more
A Frouxeira

A Frouxeira

It is an extensive, well-equipped beach with a large number of visitors, as it is one of the best known in the area.See more
La Salsa (Repibelo)

La Salsa (Repibelo)

A natural beach of fine white sand, made up of several coves in a natural environment consisting of the sandy area itself and cliffs. North-facing and with strong waves; ideal for surfing.See more
La Hucha (Area Pequena)

La Hucha (Area Pequena)

Beach with variable waves, even strong, with very clean waters.See more
Valcobo (Valcovo)

Valcobo (Valcovo)

Natural beach of fine white sand, made up of several coves, in a natural environment consisting of the sandy area itself and the cliffs that surround it. North-facing and with strong waves; ideal for surfing.See more
Combouzas

Combouzas

Natural beach of fine white sand, continuity of BarraƱƔn beach. In a natural environment made up of sand and nearby cliffs. North-facing and with strong waves; ideal for surfing.See more
BarraƱƔn

BarraƱƔn

A natural beach of fine white sand in a natural environment made up of the sandy area, a dune complex and the marshy area. North-facing and with strong waves; ideal for surfing.See more
MeirƔs (Playa do Rƭo)

MeirƔs (Playa do Rƭo)

Fully equipped and very popular with local tourists.See more
BarraƱa (Jardƭn)

BarraƱa (Jardƭn)

A beach with a high occupancy rate in the summer season, with clean, calm waters, good services and a well-kept sandy area that becomes very extensive at low tide.See more
Langosteira

Langosteira

A semi-urban beach with calm waters for bathing and a large expanse of sand.See more
Carragueiros

Carragueiros

It is a very well-kept beach from an environmental point of view. An attractive place to enjoy during the summer season, so the level of occupation is high. White, well-kept sands and clean waters.See more
A Retorta

A Retorta

Very well equipped beach with a high level of occupancy.See more
Ladeira do Chazo

Ladeira do Chazo

It lacks vehicle parking, although it has a medium occupancy rate due to its clean waters and well-kept sandy area.See more
MaĆ±Ć³ns

MaĆ±Ć³ns

It is one of the largest beaches in the municipality of Boiro.See more
Ancoradoiro

Ancoradoiro

Located in Punta de Lens, in the enclave known as Porto de Ancoradoiro.See more
Porto Ancho

Porto Ancho

Mar de Lira, Portocubelo, Tras de Punta, Porto Ancho and Gabota are five contiguous beaches of small size, rustic, of sand and rocks and little frequented by visitors.See more
Area Maior (Louro)

Area Maior (Louro)

Unspoilt white sandy beach at the foot of Monte Louro.See more
Gabota

Gabota

Mar de Lira, Portocubelo, Tras de Punta, Porto Ancho and Gabota are five contiguous beaches of small size, rustic, sandy and rocky and little frequented by visitors.See more
Fogareiro

Fogareiro

Fogareiro beach is a semi-urban beach with a low level of occupation.See more
Porto da Barca

Porto da Barca

This beach has a breakwater and a mooring point for small boats.See more
Goday

Goday

This beach is very popular with pleasure boats that anchor in the area.See more
SimprĆ³n

SimprĆ³n

The beaches of SimprĆ³n and Ardeleiro are two totally isolated, deserted virgin beaches with little attraction for tourism.See more
Ardeleiro

Ardeleiro

The beaches of SimprĆ³n and Ardeleiro are two totally isolated, deserted, unspoilt beaches with little attraction for tourism.See more
A Bouga

A Bouga

This is the continuation of the beach of San Francisco, as far as Punta da Bouga.See more
SusiƱos

SusiƱos

The beaches of SusiƱos, Sureseco and Porto dos Botes are three rocky beaches with little sand, not very recommendable for bathing.See more
La Prudencia (Do Castelo)

La Prudencia (Do Castelo)

A rocky beach, not recommended for bathing.See more
Sureseco (Reseco)

Sureseco (Reseco)

The beaches of SusiƱos, Sureseco and Porto dos Botes are three rocky beaches with little sand that are not recommended for bathing.See more
Praia da Rocha (de Anido)

Praia da Rocha (de Anido)

This beach is located right in the centre of the town of Muros.See more
Porto dos Botes

Porto dos Botes

The beaches of SusiƱos, Sureseco and Porto dos Botes are three rocky beaches with little sand that are not recommended for bathing.See more
VentĆ­n

VentĆ­n

A semi-urban beach with a low level of occupation.See more
LariƱo

LariƱo

An extensive stretch of sand that forms a rustic beach to the south of LariƱo.See more
LiƱares

LiƱares

LiƱares beach is not equipped for public use.See more
Sonreiras

Sonreiras

A small beach located near the port of Cedeira.See more
Bornalle (de Abelleira)

Bornalle (de Abelleira)

Semi-urban and little frequented by tourists.See more
Pedra do Sal

Pedra do Sal

A rocky and sandy beach included in the Natura 2000 Network, like many beaches in the area.See more
Razo (Arnados)

Razo (Arnados)

Sandy beach close to the natural environment of Marismas de Baldaio, which is the extension of Praia de Baldaio.See more
Perbes (Andahio)

Perbes (Andahio)

This beach is very popular with tourists from the area and is well equipped.See more
Grande de MiƱo

Grande de MiƱo

A high quality beach located at the mouth of the river Baxoi, very popular with tourists and very well equipped.See more
PequeƱa de MiƱo (Ribeira)

PequeƱa de MiƱo (Ribeira)

This beach is located next to the port of MiƱo, and has a nautical club and other types of services.See more
San Francisco

San Francisco

It is an urban beach with a kilometre of white sand and rocks, and is one of the most popular in the area.See more
Area Longa

Area Longa

Beach with a high level of occupation next to the port of Cedeira.See more
Porto de Cabanas

Porto de Cabanas

Small and isolated beach, without tourist importance.See more
A Magdalena (Cedeira)

A Magdalena (Cedeira)

Urban beach with a very characteristic light grey sand colour.See more
Cabanas

Cabanas

Semi-urban beach but lacking in services.See more
Mi SeƱora

Mi SeƱora

Small cove located at Punta de la Robaleira.See more
Raimundo (RaimĆŗndez)

Raimundo (RaimĆŗndez)

Beach of little interest from the point of view of tourism.See more
Burbujas

Burbujas

Beach located in the Esteiro Cove, subject to strong tides due to its location at the mouth of the River das Mestas.See more
Fontenla

Fontenla

Barely a hundred metres of sand and rocks with a low level of occupation.See more
Cerdeiras

Cerdeiras

Located in the Esteiro Cove, at the mouth of the River das Mestas.See more
Somorto

Somorto

It has a low level of occupation and a regular state of conservation of the natural environment.See more
Estorde

Estorde

This beach is located between the municipalities of Fisterra and CorcubiĆ³n, to the south of the municipality of CĆ©e.See more
Agracobo

Agracobo

Semi-urban beach with no services.See more
A Concha

A Concha

Urban beach in the shape of a shell surrounded by avenues in the centre of CĆ©e.See more
Esteiro

Esteiro

Beach with a length of almost half a kilometre with showers available.See more
Ameixenda

Ameixenda

Beach located on the left bank of the CorcubiĆ³n estuary with white sand and rocky formations. Lacking basic services.See more
UhĆ­a

UhĆ­a

Small urban beach hardly visited by bathers.See more
CaneliƱas

CaneliƱas

This beach is not very frequented by bathers, but it is very used by small boats that anchor in the area.See more
ParameƔn

ParameƔn

It is the last beach in the municipality of Muros, with white sand and a medium level of occupation.See more
Gures

Gures

The Praia de Gures beach is difficult to access, hence its low level of occupation.See more
Playa de Leis

Playa de Leis

Located to the North of the CamariƱas estuary, on the left bank of the Grande river, it is surrounded by vegetation and several bivalve cultivation parks in its sandy area, with a total lack of services and infrastructures.See more
Quenxe (CorcubiĆ³n)

Quenxe (CorcubiĆ³n)

Urban beach of CorcubiĆ³n, with a large surface of white area and calm waters, which has all kinds of services for the visitor.See more
Barreira

Barreira

The beach has a cleaning service. It has a nearby campsite.See more
O Lago

O Lago

It is a medium-sized beach frequented by local residents.See more
RĆ­o Sandeu (RĆ­o Sandeo)

RĆ­o Sandeu (RĆ­o Sandeo)

It belongs to the municipality of Fene, but is very close to the town of Redes, in the municipality of Ares.See more
As Raias

As Raias

This beach is difficult to access and is isolated from urban centres.See more
Almieiras

Almieiras

It is a semi-urban beach, but not very frequented by bathers.See more
O Coto

O Coto

Isolated beach in a good state of conservation, but with somewhat difficult access.See more
RĆ­o Castro

RĆ­o Castro

It is a small beach located on the border between the municipalities of Fene and Cabanas.See more
Os MuiƱos (ArƩa Maior)

Os MuiƱos (ArƩa Maior)

White sand, calm waters and a lot of wind.See more
Ponzos

Ponzos

An extensive beach open to the ocean, isolated and subject to strong waves and the prevailing wind in the area.See more
Loureiro

Loureiro

Loureiro and Barreiros are two adjoining medium-sized beaches with very similar characteristics.See more
Medote

Medote

A windy cove subject to strong waves with a low level of occupation.See more
Barreiros

Barreiros

Barreiros and Loureiro are two adjoining medium-sized beaches with very similar characteristics.See more
SartaƱa

SartaƱa

Beach located in a windy area and subject to strong waves.See more
Siavo

Siavo

Medium-sized beach made up of sand and rocks with a low level of occupation.See more
As Fontes

As Fontes

A small beach that is difficult to access and disappears at high tide.See more
BroƱa

BroƱa

Located in Punta BroƱa, from which it takes its name, with recently built facilities.See more
Santa Comba

Santa Comba

A beach of one thousand five hundred metres in length, with golden sand and subject to strong waves and wind in the area.See more
Picouso

Picouso

The beach is about 100 metres long, isolated and has no services.See more
O Porto

O Porto

Praia do Porto is made up of boulders, rocks and sand and is surrounded by vegetation.See more
O Morro

O Morro

Small beach made up of rocks and sand, subject to the strong waves of the area.See more
CabaliƱo

CabaliƱo

It is a small beach with no occupancy rate.See more
Santa MariƱa de Brantuas

Santa MariƱa de Brantuas

Very close to Rampa-Varadeiro de Santa MariƱa de Brantuas, but with difficult access.See more
Preisal (Vilar Grande)

Preisal (Vilar Grande)

Beach with a high level of occupation.See more
A Barda

A Barda

Located in an inlet where small fishing boats anchor.See more
Fragata

Fragata

Beach frequented by tourists from the area, which has facilities and infrastructures for tourism.See more
EspiƱeirido

EspiƱeirido

A rocky beach with a low level of occupation.See more
Esmelle

Esmelle

This beach shares a bed with the beach of San Jorge, separated by the stream of O Xuncal.See more
O Coido

O Coido

It is made up of rocks and sand and is located in the urban area of Muxia.See more
A Cruz

A Cruz

Praia da Cruz is located to the north of the centre of Muxia, and is frequented by local people.See more
O Coido

O Coido

The beach bed alternates sand and shells.See more
Lobadiz

Lobadiz

Isolated beach with a low level of occupation, made up of rocks and sand.See more
Lourido

Lourido

Beach located at Punta Lourido, from which it takes its name, very close to the municipality of Muxia.See more
Arnela

Arnela

A windy beach lacking in services and infrastructure.See more
Lumebo

Lumebo

This beach is difficult to access, especially at one end.See more
Moreira

Moreira

Windy beach with strong waves, lacking public facilities, located next to Punta Moreira.See more
CariƱo

CariƱo

It is a quiet, semi-urban beach made up of sand and rocks.See more
NemiƱa

NemiƱa

It is the last beach in the municipality of Muxia, at the foot of a mountain of the same name, next to a fish farm.See more
Restrelo

Restrelo

It is a small white sandy beach frequented by residents of private estates in the area.See more
BarquiƱa

BarquiƱa

This beach is in poor environmental condition, both the water and the surrounding environment.See more
CaiĆ³n (As Salseiras, Caracoleiro)

CaiĆ³n (As Salseiras, Caracoleiro)

A very busy sandy beach practically within the town of CaiĆ³n, very quiet for bathing and with very clean waters.See more
AbruiƱeiras

AbruiƱeiras

The beaches in this coastal area are in somewhat poor condition from an environmental point of view.See more
Testal

Testal

This beach is one of the busiest in the area, with more than one kilometre in length.See more
Soesto

Soesto

This beach of great beauty has a low level of occupation, although surfing championships are often held here.See more
Debesa

Debesa

A semi-urban beach with white sand and calm waters for bathing.See more
Cabalo (Boa Pequena)

Cabalo (Boa Pequena)

This beach is very popular with tourists in the area, together with Boa beach, further south, bordering the municipality of Porto do Son.See more
Boa (Boa Grande)

Boa (Boa Grande)

This beach, together with Cabalo beach, are the most visited by tourists in the area.See more
Canaval

Canaval

It is a short beach, but with a wide sandy area, located in the Canaval inlet. It is characterised by its calm waters.See more
Santa Ana

Santa Ana

This beach is located next to the town of Mera and the port of the same name.See more
Portelo

Portelo

This beach, which is difficult to access, does not have any beach facilities.See more
Canide

Canide

Isolated beach made up of rocks and sand with a low level of occupation.See more
As Margaritas (Las Margaritas)

As Margaritas (Las Margaritas)

Beach subject to strong variations due to the tide.See more
Naval

Naval

Semi-urban beach with easy access but with a medium level of occupancy.See more
Atalaya

Atalaya

Just thirty metres of sand and gravel located at Punta do Corbo, in front of the castle of Santa Cruz.See more
Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz

A gravel and sandy beach with the services of an urban beach.See more
TalĆ³n

TalĆ³n

Beach sheltered from the north winds.See more
Bastiagueiro PequeƱo

Bastiagueiro PequeƱo

It lacks services and facilities as it is isolated and difficult to access.See more
O PicĆ³n

O PicĆ³n

Beach with a steep slope and access via stairs built by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and the Environment.See more
Bimbieiro (ArxĆŗa)

Bimbieiro (ArxĆŗa)

A small stream flows into this beach, which varies its conformation. Next to Bimbieiro beach, to the north of it, there is a pebble cove called ArxĆŗa by the locals.See more
EirĆ³n

EirĆ³n

This beach is separated from the beaches of Bimbieiro and San Antonio by two rocky outcrops. Access is on foot from both beaches.See more
San Antonio de Espasante

San Antonio de Espasante

This beach has a pedestrian access and a viewpoint built by the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment.See more
Orbeiro (Santa Cristina)

Orbeiro (Santa Cristina)

From the beach itself, stairs lead down to the nearby Roman baths.See more
Calas de Ladrido (Vidueiros)

Calas de Ladrido (Vidueiros)

This beach has very little sand and is practically only used by local residents. It is covered by water at full tide. It has a small access at the end of a road that goes down from the village of Ladrido to the coast.See more
Arnela

Arnela

It is an easily accessible urban beach, but has no services available.See more
O Osmo

O Osmo

This beach includes Praia da Furna, which is part of Praia Osmo.See more
A Hermida

A Hermida

Medium-sized beach, isolated from urban centres, but much visited by local people.See more
RibeiriƱa

RibeiriƱa

Ribeira Grande and RibeiriƱa are two very small urban beaches sheltered by the breakwater of the port of Corrubedo.See more
As Furnas

As Furnas

Urban beach with a low level of occupation.See more
A Ladeira (Las Dunas)

A Ladeira (Las Dunas)

Beach integrated in the Natural Park of the Corrubedo Dune Complex.See more
Lagoa de Vixan (Anguieiro)

Lagoa de Vixan (Anguieiro)

Beach integrated in the Natural Park of the Corrubedo Dune Complex.See more
Area Basta

Area Basta

It is part of a group of beaches: Area Basta, O Couso, Penisqueira, Celeirans and Rego das Cargas, which are small and isolated to the south of Ribeira.See more
BalarƩs

BalarƩs

This beach comprises two beaches: BalarƩs Grande and BalarƩs PequeƱa.See more
Barra do Medio

Barra do Medio

Rustic beach at the mouth of the River AnllĆ³ns with a very characteristic surface.See more
CentroƱa

CentroƱa

Isolated cove and small beach very close to the railway that crosses the Ares estuary.See more
Paredes

Paredes

Isolated beach, difficult to access and lacking in services and facilities.See more
Bolera de Punta Herminia

Bolera de Punta Herminia

Isolated beach with few visitors.See more
Ber (Ver)

Ber (Ver)

Very frequented by local people due to the good quality of conservation and services it offers.See more
San Roque

San Roque

Small beach with a large number of bathers.See more
As Seiras (Queiruga)

As Seiras (Queiruga)

Golden sand and large extension.See more
Rio Sieira

Rio Sieira

Almost one kilometre of isolated beach made up of rocks and sand.See more
XuƱo

XuƱo

Beach of one kilometre in length but with an absence of infrastructures and services.See more
Areas Longas (BasoƱas)

Areas Longas (BasoƱas)

Large expanse of sand with an isolated character and low occupancy rate.See more
Serans

Serans

Windy beach with strong waves, isolated from urban centres and buildings.See more
Recaveira

Recaveira

Virgin and deserted beach between the municipalities of Ribeira and Porto do Son.See more
Rio Maior (O Dique)

Rio Maior (O Dique)

Included in the Natura 2000 Network and isolated.See more
Telleira

Telleira

Very narrow beach, with little sand and some rocks, adjacent to the municipality of Noia.See more
Gafa

Gafa

This beach is located next to the Portosin Yacht Club. It is small in size and welcomes a large number of bathers.See more
Coira

Coira

It is an extensive sandy beach that stretches all the way to the port of PortosĆ­n.See more
Pozo PequeƱa

Pozo PequeƱa

This beach is one hundred and fifty metres long and is isolated from urban centres and lacks services.See more
Pozo

Pozo

A semi-urban beach of rocks and sand with a medium level of occupation.See more
Barda PequeƱa

Barda PequeƱa

Small cove with very difficult access and very close to “A Barda”.See more
NiƱo do Corvo

NiƱo do Corvo

Small cove with difficult access. Almost non-existent at high tide.See more
As Vellas do Pozo

As Vellas do Pozo

Located in Punta Aguieira as a continuation of Aguieira beach.See more
Pena Roiba (Cala de Cela)

Pena Roiba (Cala de Cela)

Small beach with strong waves.See more
O Salto

O Salto

Small cove with calm waters, isolated, surrounded by vegetation and with no access.See more
Herbas Pitas

Herbas Pitas

Well-equipped beach but with a low number of visitors, located next to Punta da Herbas Pitas.See more
Suigrexas

Suigrexas

Windy beach with a low influx of people.See more
AldosƩn

AldosƩn

Composed of rocks and white sand, but in a somewhat poor state of conservation.See more
O Son (O Cruceiro)

O Son (O Cruceiro)

It is located right in the centre of Porto do Son and is very popular, although it is not very extensive.See more
Arruso

Arruso

Isolated and very little frequented by visitors.See more
FonforrĆ³n

FonforrĆ³n

Although it has little sand, it is much visited by locals.See more
Playa de Adormideras (La Cala)

Playa de Adormideras (La Cala)

A small beach with white sand and a large number of visitors.See more
Salgueiro

Salgueiro

One of the many isolated beaches of the estuary of Muros and Noia.See more
Arnela

Arnela

Arnela beach is located to the south of the municipality of Porto do Son.See more
Cirqueiros

Cirqueiros

It is a small sandy area made up of rocks and sand of little importance.See more
Area Longa (BaroƱa)

Area Longa (BaroƱa)

This beach, subject to a strong wind and big waves, is included in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
Coido

Coido

Small isolated beach with a little more than fifty metres in length in the Muros and Noia estuary.See more
A Torre

A Torre

Beach with good surroundings, calm waters and quite frequented by people from the area. Regenerated in 2008.See more
Area do Medio

Area do Medio

Located in the Muros estuary with little importance as a tourist beach.See more
O Pazo

O Pazo

Canneries and shipyards in its vicinity. Regenerated in 2008.See more
Quenxo (ParedĆ³n)

Quenxo (ParedĆ³n)

Annexed to Tanxil beach.See more
Los Moros

Los Moros

Small white sandy beach.See more
Tanxil

Tanxil

Beach with a high level of occupation due to its good facilities. Regenerated in 2008.See more