There's something magic about nature in Galicia

Carnota, situated just south of the part of the coast called Costa da Morte, is special due to its natural areas and its magnificent beach (the largest in Galicia - 7 Km from tip to tip) as well as the impressive coastal highland known as Monte Pindo (granite mass with an altitude of 641 m.).

Its famous stone hórreos (granaries), temperate climate in summer and winter, the warmth of its people, the food and the well preserved natural surroundings all contribute to making Carnota a magical place to visit.

The many local tourist attractions include Ézaro where the Xallas River flows into the sea in the form of an impressive waterfall, or the Fisterra lighthouse with its majestic sunsets.

Cómo llegar

GPS coordinates: (42.869174550171145, -9.09155935049057)

From the city of A Coruña drive towards Carballo - Cee and then take AC-550 direction Carnota – Muros or, in the town of Coristanco, take the road to Santa Comba and, before you reach the town of Muros, turn towards Carnota.

From Santiago you can come by way of the coast by taking the Noia - Muros – Carnota road, or you can take the inland route, somewhat shorter, through Bertamiráns, Negreira - Pino de Val - Carnota.

Once in Carnota driving on the coastal road, turn towards Cornido between the towns of O Viso and Caldebarcos. You will find signs which will lead you to the location of the exhibit.

Whether you come from Coruña or Santiago by way of the inland route, once you drive down the mountain to Carnota, there are signs which will lead you directly to my place.

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