This beach is located in Dehesa, a little town that is part of Ribadeo and 12 km from the city.
It is a spectacular beach when the tide is low. You can enjoy a wonderful walk between the arches that the sea has created through time.
You can also find multiple caves that are quite deep. It is one of the clearest examples I have seen of the power of nature, when you are there you feel insignificant.
Even if the tide is high, you can have a walk on the edge of the cliff or have a beer with fantastic views from the restaurant Las Catedrales. The prices are high, but it is worth it.
The beach has two spacious parking lots, but it is complicated to find a spot on the summertime. If you decide to have a picnic, there is an area with tables and benches.
If you like camping, it also has a few campings with different characteristics so that you can enjoy nature at its fullest.
It is a place worth visiting. It is a lesson that teaches how nature always beats humans, creating gothic arches even before man discovered them.
This wall was declared World Heritage in the year 2000 by UNESCO.
This fortification with a circumference of more than 2 km, is the only one of Roman origin that fully preserves its route, and inside there is the historical center of the capital.
This large and laborious fortification has several entrances to the center of the city; each door has a different name, generally named after saints, such as Santiago, San Pedro and San Fernando. So if you visit the capital, you must see the historical part of the city, with its buildings, churches such as the Santa María Cathedral, roman terms, the Casa del Mosaico, Provincial Museum, its gardens, etc.
And this is how I recommend it to you, walk. It is beautiful to see how seagull glides only some feet away from you ... the sound of the sea, the waves dancing, it is all worth it, you can get there easily and when you arrive you realize that the road was worthwhile, if you go to RIBADEO it is a great experience and it is also a perfect setting for fun photos ....
Pancha Island is a little place on Lugo's coast where you can enjoy the tranquility and silence as you watch the sunset. It's set up with tables, a barbecue and parking for cars if you prefer to go eat at a place with a stunning view. If you're going to the coast of Lugo it's a must-see.
Covas Beach is abig sandy area 1,500 meters long about 2 km from the town of Vivero and can make strolling across the bridge of Mercy promenade which emphasizes the sand in the form of large shell and dunes, a big park known as Parque de José Antonio Pernas infrastructure equipped with picnic and camping. Covas beach is white sand, surf and goes through the city center, just after the Roman bridge to reach rocks at the end of the beach by the name of You Castelos.
It is worth climbing to see the scenery of Vivero. There is a nice park, with toilets and tables for dining, with sun and shade. I like the macro bottle mounted on the tables unless they had and collect trash.
The coast of Foz has a charm and personality that other more accessible areas don't have - with over 15 kilometers of coastline, beaches of fine sand and clear waters. The beaches are equipped with all the amenities. The beaches are overflowing in summer, but there are hidden coves that invite you to relax.
This viewpoint is approximately three kilometres from Ribadeo and is one of the most spectacular routes you can do. It has a recreation area where you can spend a nice day. It has stone tables and benches, barbecues and water fountains. You can also enjoy the breathtaking view of the Ribadeo Estuary and the chapel, where the cross is named after the mountain.