Nature in Arteixo
Fraga de Sisalde
A Fraga is a Galician special area of thick underbrush. The Fraga de Sisalde and Boedo river are both a nature area.
Arteixo-Barrañán Promenade (Senda Azul)
The promenade Arteixo - Barrañán, also known as blue path,runs our coast from Sabón beach to Barrañán beach, connecting 7 of the 9 beaches of the Council.
O Rexedoiro Dam
Rexedoiro dam is an important humid zone inside the Sabón industrial estate.
Get lost among the dunes and let yourself be caressed by the reeds that rush into the estuary before reaching the sea.
Protected space, for the conservation of natural habitats, wild fauna and flora, with the aim of safeguarding the most important natural spaces in Europe.
Meicende recreational park
Meicende recreation area is located near A Coruña. There is a children´s area and a promenade by the dam.
Dolphins roam Valcovo almost every summer evening to caress the imagination of children who splash in this beautiful corner of the coast.
Monticaño Recreational Area
Monticaño recreational area is located in Pastoriza. It was an old command center which has become a recreational area nowadays.
O Seixedo Recreational Area
O Seixedo receation area is located in Oseiro next to Sabón roundabout. There are a children´s area and furniture to people be able to have lunch there.
Os Barreiros Recreational Área
The recreational area called Os Barreiros is located in Monteagudo, next to a stream with the same name.
A Hucha Beach
Valcobo's little sister Where the pods of dolphins stop to play. If you are lucky, they will go to the shore so you can see them more closely.
You will discover an open and wild beach crowned by a timeless cinema.
Suevos Area Pequeña Beach
Small beach on one side of the harbour of Suevos, of fine and white sand. It may surprise the visitor with its beauty and remoteness views of the gulf.
Suevos Area Grande Beach
This beach is a small corner of our coastline, in the parish of San Martiño of Suevos, with fine and white sand.
The first nudist beach in Galicia and one of the first in Spain. Intimate, with fine white sand, it hides between cliffs that look at the sea without obstacles.
Designated by the monument to the Voyeur and surrounded by a long seawalk, this beach is another of the temples of Galician surfing.
One of those hidden beaches. For those looking for a space of unique nature, beaten by a raging sea, between rocks and Atlantic green.
An almost virgin space. Bucolic. Otters and kingfishers can still be seen in its crystal clear waters.
It runs between small waterfalls such as the Groba one, rows of laurels, cultivated areas, recreational areas and many mills
Santa Locaia Viewpoint
Monte de Angra Viewpoint
Monte do Cruceiro Viewpoint