Beaches in Pontevedra

A Lanzada

A Lanzada

It is the longest beach in the area. Composed of white sand of excellent quality and subject to strong waves and the prevailing wind in the area.See more
Area da Secada

Area da Secada

Excellent white sand beach located in a beautiful area of Isla de Arousa and with beach services available.See more
Area da Cruz

Area da Cruz

Rustic beach of great extension composed of white sand.See more
Raeiros (Paxareiros)

Raeiros (Paxareiros)

Rustic beach of high quality white sand.See more
Lapa (A Lapa)

Lapa (A Lapa)

Rustic beach located at the end of La Lanzada, frequented by residents of nearby buildings.See more
Camaxe (Playa del Carreirón)

Camaxe (Playa del Carreirón)

White sand of excellent quality with sun lounger, parasol and nautical equipment rental service available.See more
Areagorda (Areas Gordas)

Areagorda (Areas Gordas)

Rustic beach separated from its neighbouring beach, with similar characteristics, by a rocky outcrop called Punta Lapa. Average occupancy.See more
Areas de Reboredo

Areas de Reboredo

Areas de Reboredo beach, located in O Grove, is a 200-metre long beach made up of sand and rocks.See more
Foxos

Foxos

It is a beautiful beach of high quality white sand, very popular with locals.See more
Major

Major

Extensive white sandy beach very pleasant for long walks.See more
Pragueira

Pragueira

It is the end of Praia Major, where the white sand is interspersed with rocky seabeds.See more
Bascuas

Bascuas

This beach is located in a beautiful setting of small cliffs covered with vegetation.See more
Montalvo

Montalvo

One of the most popular beaches in the area and one of the most frequented by beach tourists, with a large number of services available.See more
Paxariñas

Paxariñas

A very popular beach, located at the foot of a cliff and accessed by stairs.See more
Canelas

Canelas

Excellent fully equipped beach very close to the centre of Portonovo.See more
Caneliñas

Caneliñas

Small urban beach located in the town of Portonovo.See more
Baltar (O Portonovo)

Baltar (O Portonovo)

Typical urban beach sheltered by a breakwater that shelters anchoring boats.See more
Silgar

Silgar

Fully equipped, it is the most cosmopolitan beach in Sanxenxo.See more
Areas

Areas

A very well equipped beach with a high level of occupation.See more
Area Das Pipas

Area Das Pipas

One of the most frequented beaches in O Grove by tourists during the summer season.See more
Covelo

Covelo

Urban beach surrounded by flats and tourist accommodation.See more
Area da Barca

Area da Barca

Semi-urban sandy beach with a high level of occupation.See more
Ouriceira

Ouriceira

A rustic beach with white sand and calm waters.See more
Chancelas

Chancelas

It takes its name from the urban centre in which it is located.See more
A Canteira

A Canteira

White sand and calm waters that are usually enjoyed by the residents of nearby residences.See more
Padrón

Padrón

Estuary bottom, where low tides are very pronounced.See more
Pinela

Pinela

The bottom of the estuary, where the low tides are very pronounced.See more
Campelo

Campelo

Beach located in the inlet of the same name, in an environment that is not very attractive for tourism.See more
Canabal

Canabal

Located on the border between the municipalities of Cangas and Moaña.See more
Suacasa (Cacharela)

Suacasa (Cacharela)

A small cove that disappears at high tide.See more
Lourido (Polvorín)

Lourido (Polvorín)

It is the last beach of the Pontevedra estuary, at the mouth of the river Lerez.See more
Loira

Loira

It is the beach located in the urban nucleus of Montecelo-Loira.See more
Ribeira

Ribeira

Isolated beach composed of gravel and golden sand with difficult access on foot.See more
O Santo

O Santo

Isolated beach composed of sand and pebbles, 300 metres long.See more
A Dreira

A Dreira

Beach located on the island of Tambo, with restricted access.See more
Area da Isla

Area da Isla

Beach located on Tambo Island, with restricted access.See more
Lapamán

Lapamán

Wide beach surrounded by vegetation, very comfortable and pleasant to use.See more
Muiño Vello

Muiño Vello

Isolated beach with a high level of occupation located next to Lapamán beach.See more
Covelo

Covelo

Isolated beach, lacking available services and with a low frequency of visitors.See more
Agrelo

Agrelo

Agrelo and Portomaior are two adjoining beaches, with similar characteristics, which form a large golden sandy area.See more
Preguntoiro

Preguntoiro

Isolated beach with calm waters.See more
Loureiro

Loureiro

Urban beach very frequented by residents of the area.See more
Mougás

Mougás

Rocky beach. Washed by the Atlantic Ocean, between Baiona and La Guardia (mouth of the river Mougás or river Granxa, so called by the locals). Surrounded by the Sierra da Groba mountain range, through which the river Mougás flows into the same…See more
Petís

Petís

Small beach located between the road and the cetárea industrial building, in Punta Pescadoira.See more
Playa fluvial río Lérez

Playa fluvial río Lérez

Artificial fluvial beach on the left bank of the river Lérez, about 3 km from its mouth.See more
Pescadoira

Pescadoira

Barely a hundred metres of beach next to the cetárea industrial building in the Bueu inlet.See more
Fedorento

Fedorento

This beach is located on the island of Ons, within the Atlantic Islands National Park.See more
Bueu

Bueu

Beach sheltered by the east breakwater of the Port of Bueu.See more
Das Dornas

Das Dornas

Beach located on the island of Ons, within the Atlantic Islands National Park.See more
Banda do Río

Banda do Río

Next to the port of Bueu, it has the characteristics of a port beach.See more
Cova do Asno (De Rolo)

Cova do Asno (De Rolo)

Small beach with an almost exclusive influx of local residents.See more
Robaleira Pequeña (Robaleira Pequena)

Robaleira Pequeña (Robaleira Pequena)

Robaleira Pequeña and Robaleira Grande are two beaches barely one metre wide, little used for bathing.See more
Robaleira Grande

Robaleira Grande

Rabaleira Petita and Rabaleira Grande are two beaches of barely one metre in width, little used for bathing.See more
Beluso

Beluso

Beach frequented by pleasure boats that anchor in the area.See more
Sartaxens

Sartaxens

Isolated beach surrounded by wooded slopes, protected as a Natural Area.See more
Tulla (Tuia)

Tulla (Tuia)

Excellent rustic beach protected as a Natural Area.See more
Sartaxéns

Sartaxéns

Beach located between the beaches of Menduiña and Francón.See more
Cornide

Cornide

Unspoilt beach of rocks and sand located at Punta Cornide, from which it takes its name.See more
Do Atranco

Do Atranco

Beach located between the beaches of Rabáns and O Portal.See more
Mourisca

Mourisca

Rustic sandy beach located in an area of great beauty protected as a Natural Area.See more
Das Patas (Cala da Masa)

Das Patas (Cala da Masa)

Beach located between Nerga and Os Castros.See more
Pedrón

Pedrón

A small, difficult-to-access beach with small boulders next to Mourisca beach, in Cabo Udra, a site protected as a Natural Area.See more
Das Moscas

Das Moscas

Das Moscas beach in Cangas is a sandy beach.See more
Encoradoira (Ancoradouro)

Encoradoira (Ancoradouro)

Composed of rocks and sand, located in Cabo Udra, it is a protected Natural Area.See more
Do Medio

Do Medio

Beach located between Congorza and Areamilla.See more
Massó (Cunchiña)

Massó (Cunchiña)

Beach located in the vicinity of the old Massó factory.See more
Do Salgueirón

Do Salgueirón

Do Salgueirón beach in Cangas is a sandy beach.See more
San Cibrán

San Cibrán

San Cibrán and Os Picos form a beach at the mouth of the Orxas river, on its right and left banks respectively.See more
Xan da Garda

Xan da Garda

This beach is located between the beaches of Alemans and Canabal.See more
Os Picos

Os Picos

Os Picos and San Cibrán form a beach at the mouth of the river Orxas, on its left and right banks respectively.See more
Regueira

Regueira

A small beach next to Canabal beach.See more
Vilariño

Vilariño

A wide sandy beach very popular with small anchor boats.See more
Ribeiriña pequena

Ribeiriña pequena

Isolated beach next to Niño do Corvo.See more
A Testada

A Testada

Small sandy beach next to Punta Testada, surrounded by detached houses.See more
Da Mona

Da Mona

Small beach next to Videira beach.See more
Canto de Area (Barreiros)

Canto de Area (Barreiros)

Isolated beach with difficult access and low occupancy rate.See more
Rio da Ribeira

Rio da Ribeira

Small beach with few visitors.See more
A Noiva

A Noiva

Isolated beach with a low level of occupation, accessed from the neighbouring beach of Os Muiños.See more
Arnaldo (Meira)

Arnaldo (Meira)

Urban beach next to the port of Meira.See more
O Portiño

O Portiño

Located in Punta Portiño, to the south of the Vigo estuary.See more
Do Cocho

Do Cocho

Small semi-urban beach in the shipyard area.See more
Do Latón

Do Latón

Small sandy area in the shipyard area.See more
Ríos de dentro (Ríos-Rampla)

Ríos de dentro (Ríos-Rampla)

Divided in two by the presence of shipbuilding facilities: Ríos-Rampla (to the east) and Ríos-Pilón (to the west). Used by the neighbourhood of Ríos as a meeting and gathering place throughout the year and where the boats sail….See more
Sobreira

Sobreira

Small beach in the port area of Domaio.See more
Calo del Faro

Calo del Faro

Quiet cove in the depths of the cliffs of the La Guia mountain. Opposite the cove is Cabrón Islet.See more
Do Almacén

Do Almacén

Small beach in the port area of Domaio.See more
Serral

Serral

Small, quiet cove next to the Vila Romana de Toralla Archaeological Centre.See more
Fontexelo

Fontexelo

Urban beach little used for bathing.See more
A Lamiña

A Lamiña

Beach on the river Miño sheltered by an area of pine trees and picnic areas.See more
Queixeira

Queixeira

Small beach with urban characteristics.See more
Chancelas pequena

Chancelas pequena

Beach sheltered from the winds, next to Chancelas beach.See more
Do Mouro

Do Mouro

Small beach next to the fishing factory. Little affluence.See more
Torre San Saturnino

Torre San Saturnino

Beach in the shape of a half shell, accessible on foot from the town centre of Cambados.See more
O Couto

O Couto

Beach used for shellfish extraction.See more
Pereiro

Pereiro

Beach used for shellfish extraction.See more
Arneles (Hio)

Arneles (Hio)

Rustic beach with difficult access where recreational boats anchor.See more
O Facho

O Facho

Small beach dedicated to shellfish extraction.See more
Pinténs

Pinténs

Four rustic beaches with similar characteristics: Pinténs, San Xián, Pipín and Castiñeiras.See more
Pradeira

Pradeira

Small beach dedicated to shellfish extraction.See more
San Xián (Terra da Laxe)

San Xián (Terra da Laxe)

Small rustic beach with calm waters.See more
Do Caeiro

Do Caeiro

Do Caeiro beach, located in Poio, is a beach with an influx of neighbouring residents.See more
Pipín (Amián)

Pipín (Amián)

Small rustic beach with calm waters.See more
Serpe-A Seca

Serpe-A Seca

Serpe-A Seca beach, located in Poio, is a 50-metre long sandy beach. It has basic services such as disabled access and parking.See more
Castiñeiras

Castiñeiras

Four rustic beaches with similar characteristics: Pintens, Terra da Laxe, Amián and Castiñeira.See more
Ostreira

Ostreira

Small beach of very low affluence, located in the municipal recreational area of A Reiboa.See more
Os Namorados

Os Namorados

Small beach with difficult access (only by rocks).See more
Estrepeiros

Estrepeiros

A rocky beach protected as a Natural Area.See more
A Coviña

A Coviña

Small sandy beach with difficult access.See more
Alada

Alada

Difficult access to this beach protected as a Natural Area.See more
A Roiba (Lagoeiro)

A Roiba (Lagoeiro)

Small beach near the port of Beluso.See more
Rabáns

Rabáns

Difficult to access due to the condition of the roads in the area.See more
Cunchosa

Cunchosa

Small beach of coarse sand.See more
O Portal

O Portal

Beach protected as a Natural Area, with access on foot from the Couso road.See more
La Calera

La Calera

Small beach with few people.See more
Do Estralo (O Carballal)

Do Estralo (O Carballal)

Small beach in S. Adrián de Cobres.See more
Pazos

Pazos

Small beach next to Pousada.See more
Pousada (As Travesadas)

Pousada (As Travesadas)

Unfrequented beach as it is sandless at high tide.See more
Punta Cabalo

Punta Cabalo

Small beach not used by bathers.See more
Deilán

Deilán

Small beach next to the quay of S. Cristina de Cobres.See more
Areeiro (Playa de Paredes)

Areeiro (Playa de Paredes)

Beach at the end of the estuary, little frequented.See more
Cobas

Cobas

Small beach with difficult access.See more
Placeres

Placeres

Small beach near the shipyards and port area.See more
O Cabo

O Cabo

Small beach in a shellfish farming area. Practically unused for bathing.See more
Comboa

Comboa

Fluvial beach on the river Verdugo.See more
Couso

Couso

Beach of sand and rocks located in a protected natural area next to Punta de Couso.See more
Fontaíña (A Xunqueira)

Fontaíña (A Xunqueira)

This is an artificial beach on the right bank of the river Verdugo, just before its mouth.See more
Candán

Candán

River beach on the river Verdugo.See more
Matilde

Matilde

Beach located at the mouth of the river Verdugo, on its left bank.See more
A Xunqueira

A Xunqueira

Fluvial beach on the river Verdugo.See more
Barra

Barra

Beach formed by an excellent white sandy area very suitable for strolling.See more
Muxeira (Peirao de Arcade)

Muxeira (Peirao de Arcade)

Beach located next to the quay of the port of Arcade.See more
Soutoxusto

Soutoxusto

Small beach in the cove of San Simón.See more
Viñó

Viñó

Rustic beach in the Vigo estuary, protected as a Natural Area.See more
Da Punta (Cesantes)

Da Punta (Cesantes)

More than two kilometres of beach, somewhat narrow, in San Simón Cove.See more
Antoñito

Antoñito

Small beach in San Simón Cove.See more
Rande

Rande

Small beach located in the Strait of Rande, under the bridge of the same name.See more
Dos Castros

Dos Castros

Dos Castros and Temperáns, two beaches joined at Punta Corbeiro, near Limens Beach.See more
A Meda

A Meda

Small beach located in the strait of Rande.See more
Vella

Vella

Small beach between the port of Cesantes and Punta Cantoira.See more
Arealonga (Chapela)

Arealonga (Chapela)

Located in the Rande strait near the town of Chapela.See more
Cabanas

Cabanas

Small beach in the strait of Rande, under the bridge of the same name.See more
Alcabre (Carril)

Alcabre (Carril)

Urban beach located to the south of the town centre of Vigo.See more
A Mourisca (Matadeiro)

A Mourisca (Matadeiro)

Small beach to the south of the old municipal slaughterhouse, where today the Museum of the Sea is located.See more
O Tombo do Gato (O Pincho do Gato)

O Tombo do Gato (O Pincho do Gato)

Semi-urban beach surrounded by detached houses.See more
Samil

Samil

It is one of the most touristy beaches in Vigo, fully equipped.See more
A Calzoa (As Barcas)

A Calzoa (As Barcas)

Beach located on the left bank of the Lagares river mouth, at the end of Samil beach, with which it shares its services.See more
Fechiño

Fechiño

Small beach between rocks to the south of Samil.See more
Toralla

Toralla

Located on both sides of the access bridge to the island of Toralla.See more
Mende (Praia da Rotea)

Mende (Praia da Rotea)

Small beach next to the Teis Marina.See more
Ríos de Fora

Ríos de Fora

Small beach next to the shipyard area.See more
Xunqueiro (O Fuchiño)

Xunqueiro (O Fuchiño)

Narrow and long beach surrounded by villas and private housing estates.See more
A Lagoa

A Lagoa

Small beach on La Guia hill next to A Lagoa marina, industrial area.See more
Buraca

Buraca

Beach made up of rocks and sand, located in Punta Sobreira, at the entrance to the Vigo estuary.See more
Manquiña

Manquiña

Small beach in the area of the shipyards on La Guía hill.See more
Bouzas (Do Adro)

Bouzas (Do Adro)

Urban beach in the Bouzas area.See more
O Cocho

O Cocho

Small beach to the north of the old municipal slaughterhouse, where today the Museum of the Sea is located.See more
San Martiño

San Martiño

Spectacular enclave located in Illa Sur of the Cíes Archipelago, which is part of the National Maritime-Terrestrial Park of the Atlantic Islands.See more
Espedrigada

Espedrigada

Small beach in a rocky area at the tip of Samil.See more
Do Cocho das Dornas

Do Cocho das Dornas

Small beach in a rocky area at the tip of Samil.See more
Portocelo

Portocelo

Portocelo, Seixos Negros, Ribas Blancas and Area Fofa are four small beaches made up of rocks and sand to the north of the Baiona estuary.See more
Arribas Blancas

Arribas Blancas

Portocelo, Seixos Negros, Arribas Blancas and Area Fofa are four small beaches made up of rocks and sand to the north of the Baiona estuary.See more
Baluarte (As Barcas)

Baluarte (As Barcas)

Small beach between rocks at the northern end of O Bao beach.See more
Sobreira

Sobreira

Beach located at the tip of Sobreira, surrounded by villas.See more
Madorra (Castro)

Madorra (Castro)

Medium-sized beach located in an urban area of the Baiona estuary.See more
Nosa Señora

Nosa Señora

Small beach on the island of Do Medio or Do Faro of the Cíes Archipelago, included in the maritime-terrestrial National Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia.See more
Panxón (Xan Xoan)

Panxón (Xan Xoan)

Well-equipped and with a high level of occupation.See more
La Calita

La Calita

A rocky beach with difficult access to the north of Patos beach.See more
Seixos Negros

Seixos Negros

Portocelo, Ribas Blancas, Seixos Negros and Area Fofa are four small beaches made up of rocks and sand to the north of the Baiona estuary.See more
Ladeira

Ladeira

This beach is more than one kilometre long and is very well equipped for tourism.See more
Do Cabalo

Do Cabalo

Small beach with lots of rocks on Mount Lourido.See more
O Burgo

O Burgo

This beach gets its name from its location in the district of El Burgo, to the left of the Santa Marta peninsula.See more
Castaño (Del Huevo)

Castaño (Del Huevo)

Small beach with lots of rocks on Mount Lourido.See more
De la Marina (Playa da Barca)

De la Marina (Playa da Barca)

Located in the town centre of Tui.See more
Ribeira

Ribeira

In the town centre of Baiona, surrounded by boats anchored in the marina.See more
Concheira

Concheira

Very small beach in the centre of Baiona, very close to the Parador Nacional.See more
Portecelo

Portecelo

Gravel beach located in a very rustic area, in the south of the province of Pontevedra.See more
Fedorento

Fedorento

Small beach located to the north of A Guarda with a low occupancy rate.See more
O Carreiro

O Carreiro

A very small beach located in the centre of the town of A Guarda.See more
A Armona

A Armona

Unspoilt beach on the right bank of the river Miño.See more
Temperáns

Temperáns

Temperáns and dos Castros, two beaches joined at Punta Corbeiro, near Limens Beach.See more
O Codesal

O Codesal

A sandy beach on the right bank of the river Miño.See more
Río Tamuxe (Playa de San Miguel)

Río Tamuxe (Playa de San Miguel)

Located in a wetland area of the river Miño protected as a Natural Area.See more
Santa Marta

Santa Marta

Joined to Limens beach and with the same characteristics.See more
Goián

Goián

Beach on the river Miño.See more
O Porto

O Porto

Semi-urban beach next to Limens Beach.See more
Paramós (Areeiros)

Paramós (Areeiros)

Isolated beach located on the river Miño in an agricultural area, upstream from the municipality of Tui.See more
Ribeira (Caldelas)

Ribeira (Caldelas)

Rustic beach formed on the river Miño, quite far from its mouth.See more
A Congorza

A Congorza

Beach on a sheltered pier, generally not used by bathers.See more
Os Alemáns

Os Alemáns

Rustic beach located at Punta Rodeira, in front of Islas Ratas.See more
Canabal

Canabal

Located on the border between the municipalities of Cangas and Moaña.See more
Niño do Corvo

Niño do Corvo

Isolated sandy beach with a low level of occupation.See more
Videira (Foxon)

Videira (Foxon)

Semi-urban beach with no services.See more
Mosqueira (O Cristo)

Mosqueira (O Cristo)

Urban beach in the middle of the port.See more
Ensenada de Meira

Ensenada de Meira

Arenal not used for bathing.See more
Vilarello

Vilarello

Small river beach located inland from the Ría de Arousa, at the beginning of the River Ulla.See more
Playa Fluvial

Playa Fluvial

Completely artificial beach located in the interior of the Ría de Arousa.See more
Bamio (Campanario)

Bamio (Campanario)

Beach located next to the town of Bamio, from which it takes its name.See more
Carril

Carril

A small beach located on the outskirts of Vilagarcía de Arousa, although it is not the most frequented.See more
Compostela

Compostela

Compostela and A Concha beaches are the beaches of Vilagarcía par excellence.See more
A Concha

A Concha

A Concha Beach is a continuation of Compostela Beach, one of the most frequented beaches in Vilagarcía.See more
Canelas

Canelas

It is a small beach that goes almost unnoticed in an area with great maritime movement.See more
Bouzas (Castelete)

Bouzas (Castelete)

It is a sandy beach with unfavourable conditions for the influx of tourism, both for the environment that surrounds it and for its condition.See more
Illa Cortegada

Illa Cortegada

It is a small island declared a Natural Area, which can only be reached by boat. The length refers to the total length of the beach area (Balouredo, Sartaxes, Muelle-Aldea and Batel).See more
O Rial

O Rial

Beach located in a shellfish farming area, next to the Experimental Centre of the Galician Shellfish Plan.See more
Aduana (Corón)

Aduana (Corón)

Beach located in the Ensenada de Aduana, a shellfish farming area par excellence. Not very popular for bathing.See more
Catro Cordas (Aduana)

Catro Cordas (Aduana)

Beach located in a shellfish farming area, lacking beach services, as it is used for the repair of the rafts.See more
Pozo de Mar

Pozo de Mar

Small beach located in a shellfish farming area, so it is not very popular with bathers.See more
As Sinas

As Sinas

It is one of the beaches most used by bathers in the area, with minimal beach services.See more
Campamento

Campamento

Beach with services and infrastructures available for public use.See more
Bornal

Bornal

A rocky beach with no services for bathers.See more
A Braña

A Braña

Small, semi-urban beach, with no services available and a medium level of occupancy.See more
A Igrexa

A Igrexa

Beach with a lack of infrastructures, with hardly any bathers.See more
Ariño

Ariño

Small beach located in front of the large urban centre of Vilanova de Arousa, separated from it by a sea inlet.See more
Areagrande

Areagrande

Beach surrounded by vegetation and proposed for inclusion in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
Xiorto

Xiorto

It is part of a group of small beaches that form an inlet.See more
Menduiña

Menduiña

Semi-urban beach that receives a large number of visitors during the summer season.See more
Cabeceira

Cabeceira

A sandy beach surrounded by vegetation which, together with Polvorín beach, forms the end of the Pontevedra estuary.See more
Portocelo

Portocelo

It is a fully equipped beach with a high level of occupation.See more
Mogor

Mogor

Isolated from urban centres but with a large number of services available.See more
Aguete

Aguete

It is a sandy beach very popular with tourists from the area.See more
Portomaior

Portomaior

Portomaior and Agrelo are two adjoining beaches, with similar characteristics, which form a large golden sandy area.See more
Espiñeira

Espiñeira

A rustic beach frequented by residents of nearby buildings.See more
Lagos

Lagos

Unspoilt beach protected as a Natural Area.See more
Area de Bon

Area de Bon

Rustic beach with a high level of occupation, both by bathers and anchoring boats.See more
Muíños de Fortiñón (Areal de Saiáns)

Muíños de Fortiñón (Areal de Saiáns)

Semi-urban beach frequented by residents of nearby houses.See more
Area Brava (Areabrava)

Area Brava (Areabrava)

Beautiful unspoilt beach with transparent waters protected as a Natural Area.See more
Borna

Borna

In a shipyard area with low occupancy.See more
O Porto (Domaio)

O Porto (Domaio)

Beach next to the port of Domaio.See more
Melide

Melide

Beautiful unspoilt enclave located between Cabo Home and Cabo Pequeño, protected Natural Area.See more
Nerga

Nerga

Isolated rustic beach with similar characteristics to the neighbouring beaches, all of which are protected Natural Areas.See more
A Punta (Areíño)

A Punta (Areíño)

Located in Punta de Areíño in the vicinity of the port area of the Vigo estuary.See more
As Fontes (Los Olmos)

As Fontes (Los Olmos)

A very well-equipped beach with a high level of occupation due to its good access from the coastal road.See more
Fontaíña (A Sirenita)

Fontaíña (A Sirenita)

Beach made up of rocks and sand and with various services available.See more
O Vao (O Bao)

O Vao (O Bao)

An excellent quality beach with all kinds of services and facilities, opposite the island of Totalla.See more
Canido

Canido

South of Illa Toralla in the port of Canido, well equipped and very popular with tourists.See more
Figueiras

Figueiras

Beautiful white sandy beach surrounded by vegetation, located in the North Island of the Cíes Archipelago, included in the National Maritime-Terrestrial Park of the Atlantic Islands.See more
Rodas

Rodas

Impressive sandy area between Isla Norte or Do Monte Agudo and Isla Do Medio or Do Faro of the Cíes Islands Archipelago, included in the maritime-terrestrial National Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia in 1980.See more
Patos (Playa de Prado o As Canas)

Patos (Playa de Prado o As Canas)

Located in the Carreira Cove, it is 1,700 metres long and very well equipped.See more
De Argazada (Azul)

De Argazada (Azul)

It is the beginning of Samil beach and shares its services.See more
Area Fofa

Area Fofa

Portocelo, Ribas Blancas and Area Fofa, three small beaches made up of rocks and sand to the north of the Baiona estuary.See more
América

América

A cosmopolitan beach that occupies a large part of the Baiona estuary.See more
Santa Marta

Santa Marta

Santa Marta is another beach located in Punta de Santa Marta, an area of great urban pressure.See more
Barbeira

Barbeira

This beach is enclosed in the marina of Baiona.See more
Os Frades

Os Frades

Beach without sand at the foot of the Parador Nacional de Baiona.See more
Area Grande

Area Grande

Small beach equipped with the main services.See more
O Muiño

O Muiño

Rustic beach located at Punta de Santa Tecla, on the river Miño.See more
Liméns

Liméns

Semi-urban beach that receives a large number of visitors.See more
Areamilla

Areamilla

Rustic beach protected as a Natural Area.See more
Rodeira

Rodeira

It is the beach of Cangas par excellence, in the town centre itself, very close to the port and well equipped.See more
O Con

O Con

Urban beach.See more
Xunqueira

Xunqueira

Urban beach in the town centre.See more
Con da Mina

Con da Mina

Sandy beach not recommended for bathing and lacking in services.See more
Terrón

Terrón

Isolated beach made up of rocks and sand with a high level of occupation for this area.See more
As Brañas

As Brañas

Beach composed of sand located in an isolated area of the coast.See more
As Patiñas

As Patiñas

Beach of rocks and sand with a low occupancy rate.See more
As Casiñas

As Casiñas

Beach of barely fifty metres in length with an absence of services and visitors.See more
Porqueira

Porqueira

Very little frequented beach due to the few conditions of use it presents.See more
Castelete

Castelete

Beach lacking infrastructure and services, very little frequented by tourists.See more
Ganchino

Ganchino

Beach protected as a Natural Area, proposed for inclusion in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
O Bao

O Bao

Narrow beach that runs parallel to the O Grove road.See more
Guernal

Guernal

Isolated beach protected as a Natural Area.See more
Villamarín

Villamarín

Isolated beach protected as a Natural Area.See more
Graña

Graña

Urban beach located in the centre of O Grove, protected as a Natural Area.See more
A Vía Sur

A Vía Sur

Beach located next to the road that connects O Grove with the island of La Toja.See more
Vía Norte (Cavadelo)

Vía Norte (Cavadelo)

Beach located on the island of La Toja, next to the road that connects it with O Grove.See more
A Ponte (Playa del Puente Sur)

A Ponte (Playa del Puente Sur)

Beach located on the island of La Toja.See more
A Piscina

A Piscina

Beach located on the island of La Toja.See more
Playa de San Marcial (Cabreira)

Playa de San Marcial (Cabreira)

Beach located on the island of La Toja.See more
Playa de Mourisca (Cabreira)

Playa de Mourisca (Cabreira)

Beach located on the island of La Toja.See more
Rons

Rons

Gravel and sandy beach located to the north of the town of O Grove.See more
Pasaxe

Pasaxe

Sandy beach located next to the Illa de Arousa bridge.See more
Cabalgada

Cabalgada

Beach of 100 metres in length with a low level of occupation and lacking in services.See more
Roza da Vila

Roza da Vila

Narrow beach located in front of the Casteletes Islands, with a low level of occupation.See more
O Vao (O Bao)

O Vao (O Bao)

Beach parallel to the road that connects the island with the coast of Arousa.See more
Riasón

Riasón

Beach close to the town centre of Isla de Arousa.See more
Ximeliño

Ximeliño

Rustic white sandy beach with a low level of occupation.See more
Moure Davella

Moure Davella

This beach extends forming a small bay from Punta Abillon to the Cabodeiro quay.See more
Cabodeiro

Cabodeiro

This beach stretches from Cabodeiro Quay to Punta Furados, as a continuation of Moure Davella Beach.See more
A Cruz (Aguiuncho)

A Cruz (Aguiuncho)

A narrow sandy beach with a low level of occupation.See more
Lagartiño

Lagartiño

Beach located in a shellfish farming area, surrounded by shells and very frequented by anchoring boats.See more
Chumbadeiro

Chumbadeiro

Beach completely occupied by the Muelle do Chufre, in the port of Illa de Arousa.See more
O Naval

O Naval

A small beach that stretches from the naval dock of the port of Isla de Arosa Norte to Punta de la Ruva.See more
As Ruvás

As Ruvás

A beach of barely fifty metres in length, next to Naval beach, in the port of Isla de Arosa Norte, a shellfish fishing area par excellence.See more
O Naso

O Naso

A small rocky beach located in an area isolated from urban centres and surrounded by vegetation.See more
Escarragadoira

Escarragadoira

It is a small white sandy beach, lacking in infrastructure and services.See more
Gradín

Gradín

Fifty-metre long beach very close to the town of San Julián de Arosa on Isla de Arosa.See more
Camboa

Camboa

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

Abelleira

Located next to the town of San Vicente del Mar, sheltered by Punta Abelleira.See more
Poza do Sal

Poza do Sal

Rustic beach of rocks and sand, lacking in services, located in front of a rocky outcrop known as Isla Touza do Sal.See more
Virxe das Mareas

Virxe das Mareas

Small white sandy beach.See more
A Barrosa

A Barrosa

In San Vicente del Mar, located in a semi-urban area.See more
Mallón

Mallón

Small rustic beach on the island of Arosa.See more
Do Porto

Do Porto

Small beach at the foot of the Cistercian monastery of Santa María de Oia, founded in the 12th century.See more
Farruco

Farruco

Near San Vicente del Mar, in a windy area.See more
Espiñeiro

Espiñeiro

Illa de Arousa rocky beach, not recommended for bathing.See more
Das Eiras

Das Eiras

Located in a wetland area of the river Miño protected as a Natural Area.See more
Buraco da Alondra

Buraco da Alondra

Two hundred and fifty metre long beach made up of sand and rocks.See more
Con Cerrado

Con Cerrado

Beach that enjoys protection, included in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
Atalaia

Atalaia

Beach on the river Miño.See more
Espiño

Espiño

It presents a high degree of occupation in relation to other nearby beaches with similar characteristics.See more
Rebelló

Rebelló

Virgin beach of Illa de Arousa, protected as a Natural Area.See more
Portiño

Portiño

Beach barely a hundred metres long and ten metres wide, dominated by rocks and boulders.See more
Loutreira

Loutreira

Small unspoilt beach, protected as a Natural Area.See more
Seixeliño

Seixeliño

Small beach made up of rocks and white sand.See more
As Margaritas

As Margaritas

Unspoilt beach made up of rocks and sand, protected as a Natural Area.See more
Con de Xido

Con de Xido

Beach dedicated to shellfish extraction.See more
Lombreira

Lombreira

Rustic beach located on a rocky outcrop called Punta Lombreira, from which it takes its name.See more
Sobre do Pozo

Sobre do Pozo

A hundred metres of white sand and rocks located between Praia Area da Cruz and Praia Paxareiras or Raeiros.See more
O Correlo

O Correlo

A small beach used for shellfish extraction.See more
Arnelas

Arnelas

Rustic beach protected as a Natural Space, composed of white sand of excellent quality.See more
Carregal

Carregal

Beach on the river Minho, with a pedestrian path of jabre.See more
Santo Tomé

Santo Tomé

Small beach located in the town centre of Cambados.See more
Salinas

Salinas

Excellent rustic beach of white sand protected as a Natural Area, as a continuation of Arnelas beach.See more
Araugues

Araugues

Beach dedicated to shellfish extraction.See more
Labanqueiro (Camaxiñas)

Labanqueiro (Camaxiñas)

Rustic beach with excellent quality sand, but without any type of service available.See more
Do Pombal

Do Pombal

Small urban beach located in the centre of Cambados.See more
Peralto

Peralto

Regenerated sandy beach located in the town centre, next to the port.See more
A Mouta

A Mouta

Little frequented urban beach located in the town centre of Cambados.See more
Nosa Señora

Nosa Señora

Small cove located at the foot of the hermitage of A Lanzada with a medium-low level of occupation.See more
Espiñeiro

Espiñeiro

Beach located in an area of marshland that is very little frequented.See more
Pedra Alta

Pedra Alta

Small beach. It shares activity with shellfish gatherers.See more
Illote de Beiró

Illote de Beiró

Small islet next to the island of La Toja, which must be reached by boat.See more
Fontenla

Fontenla

Beach barely a hundred metres long, close to Foxos beach.See more
Seiñas

Seiñas

Isolated beach of golden sand and rocks, little visited by tourists.See more
Pociñas

Pociñas

Unspoilt beach located at the foot of low cliffs.See more
A Fontiña

A Fontiña

Beach protected as a Natural Area, proposed for inclusion in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
Bico da Ran

Bico da Ran

Beach protected as a Natural Area, proposed for inclusion in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
Conroibo

Conroibo

Beach very close to Rons beach, north of O Grove.See more
Porto dos Padroneses (Sangatiño)

Porto dos Padroneses (Sangatiño)

Beach close to Punta Cabeza do Mouro, in an urban area.See more
Lauxiñas

Lauxiñas

Beach surrounded by industrial constructions, mostly shellfish treatment plants.See more
Porto Meloxo

Porto Meloxo

Beach located next to the port from which it takes its name.See more
Os Barcos

Os Barcos

Urban beach next to the breakwater that houses the Nautical Club of the Sanxenxo marina.See more
Panadeira

Panadeira

Small beach located in front of the Sanxenxo marina.See more
Lavapanos

Lavapanos

Small rustic beach surrounded by detached houses.See more
Carabuxeira

Carabuxeira

Beach degraded by the construction of the Sanxenxo Marina.See more
Barreiros

Barreiros

Difficult to access beach.See more
Nanín

Nanín

Beach made up of fine white sand, separated from the beach of Areas by a small point that goes into the sea.See more
Lobaxeira

Lobaxeira

Small beach, semi-urban and little frequented by beach tourism.See more
Moreira

Moreira

A rocky beach that takes its name from the rocky outcrop where it is located, Punta de Moreira.See more
Dos Mortos

Dos Mortos

Small beach separated from Playa Areas by a rocky outcrop. Recently built pedestrian path.See more
Agra (Area de Agra)

Agra (Area de Agra)

Located in beautiful surroundings, very typical of this area of Galicia, with small cliffs and vegetation, where pleasure boats anchor in the area.See more
Mexilloeira

Mexilloeira

Extensive golden sandy area isolated from urban centres.See more
Pampaído

Pampaído

Small beach located at the foot of a hillside completely covered with eucalyptus trees, known as Dos Bois side.See more
Piñeirón

Piñeirón

Beach made up of rocks and sand, next to Punta Burata.See more
Santa Mariña

Santa Mariña

It is the last beach in the municipality of Sanxenxo, bordering the municipality of Poio.See more
Barcela

Barcela

A rustic beach with excellent white sand.See more
Raxó

Raxó

Beach next to the town of Raxó, from which it takes its name.See more
Barreiriño

Barreiriño

Small white sand beach next to Praia Barcela.See more
Sinás

Sinás

It is one of the small beaches that make up the inlet where the town of Raxó is located.See more
Carreiro

Carreiro

Archaeological site.See more
Porteira

Porteira

Small rocky beach with no sand at high tide.See more
Castriño

Castriño

Small rocky beach located at Punta del Castriño.See more
Fonte Maior

Fonte Maior

Rustic white sand beach.See more
Pateiro

Pateiro

Isolated sandy beach proposed for inclusion in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
Laño

Laño

Rustic beach frequented by residents of the detached houses that surround the area.See more
Castiñeira

Castiñeira

Arenal dorado included in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
Pereiro

Pereiro

Beach located on one of the islands that make up the Atlantic Islands National Maritime-Terrestrial Park.See more
Barreiro

Barreiro

It takes its name from the rocky outcrop where it is located, Punta Barreiro.See more
Canexol

Canexol

This beach is located on one of the islands that make up the National Maritime-Terrestrial Park of the Atlantic Islands.See more
Aguieira

Aguieira

Totally isolated, in a beautiful rocky setting formed by Punta Aguieira.See more
Area dos Cans

Area dos Cans

Beach located on one of the islands that make up the National Maritime-Terrestrial Park of the Atlantic Islands.See more
Con do Corvo

Con do Corvo

Surrounded by vegetation and proposed for inclusion in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
Melide

Melide

Beach located on one of the islands that make up the Atlantic Islands National Maritime-Terrestrial Park.See more
Canelas

Canelas

Isolated, it is included in the Natura 2000 Network.See more
Fontiñas

Fontiñas

Beach located on one of the islands that make up the Atlantic Islands National Maritime-Terrestrial Park.See more
Liñeiros

Liñeiros

Beach located on one of the islands that make up the Atlantic Islands National Maritime-Terrestrial Park.See more
Onza Norte (Das Moscas)

Onza Norte (Das Moscas)

Beach located on one of the islands which together make up the Atlantic Islands Maritime-Terrestrial National Park.See more
Onza Sur (Onza Sul)

Onza Sur (Onza Sul)

Beach located on one of the islands that make up the National Maritime-Terrestrial Park of the Atlantic Islands.See more
Lagüelas

Lagüelas

Isolated beach very little frequented by tourists.See more
Francón

Francón

Francón and Areacova are two beaches with similar characteristics and a high level of occupation.See more
Areacova

Areacova

Areacova and Francón are two beaches with similar characteristics and a high level of occupation.See more
Cova de Balea

Cova de Balea

A small beach that practically disappears when the tide comes in.See more
Con Do Sestadelo

Con Do Sestadelo

Beach located next to the breakwater of the port of Aldan.See more