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Nature Reserves in Galicia

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54 nature reserves in Galicia

Nature Reserves in Pontedeume
Fragas do Eume Natural park
It is a place to get lost in its beauty. Beautiful landscapes and beautiful and magical corners surround this park, no matter whic
Nature Reserves in Riveira
Nature Reserves in Vigo
Ferry to Islas Cies
To enjoy the Cies Islands paradise, you can take a ferry from different sites in Galicia, but most of the time, we take it from Vi
Nature Reserves in A Pobra do Caramiñal
Natural Pools of Piedras River
After about a 20 minute walk, we arrived at this wonderful place. It is a charming place, especially if you go early because aroun
Nature Reserves in Sanxenxo
Atlantic Islands of Galicia National Park
Going to the Cies Islands is like traveling to the Caribbean with icy water. It is only twenty minutes by boat from Vigo. You can
Nature Reserves in Tui
Monte Aloia Natural Park
This is the place in which I live and have lived all my life, surrounded by spectacular nature. I love to wake up here every morni
Nature Reserves in Vilanova de Arousa
O Carreirón Natural Park
I loved this place, with dozens of small beaches and clear waters, even in August! I also recommend the Brazilian BBQ restaurant C
Nature Reserves in Marín
Nature Reserves in Barro
Nature Reserves in Viveiro
Souto da Retorta
It is a discovery, we were lucky and the sun accompanied us during the tour. An incredible eucalyptus which can embrace ... among
Nature Reserves in Lobios
Nature Reserves in Carral
Muíños do Batán
Muy idílico.
Nature Reserves in Ferrol
Nature Reserves in Lugo
Nature Reserves in Ortigueira
Nature Reserves in Viveiro
Dunes of Covas
Here we can see how sand and land combine on the beach, and invades the roots of the earth to the beach, in the large beach of cov
Nature Reserves in Mañón
Nature Reserves in Sanxenxo
Piscinas de la Virgen
The Piscinas de la Virgen are the most popular natural pools in the city. The sulfuric water is fed by an underground volcanic spr
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