The Carnota Beach is a work of art in the middle of nature, with more than 7 km of sandy beach and crescent-shaped, is the largest beach in Galicia. This natural space of great beauty has a great environmental interest.
It is a unique set of dunes and marshes with an inner lagoon that hosts plant and animal communities of great interest. It also serves as a refuge for a large number of species of migratory birds and is one of the few places in Galicia where the lesser black-headed stilt nests. Its attractiveness needs no explanation, the color of its area, the sound of the sea, a paradisiacal landscape practically virgin at the foot of Monte Pindo, which serves as a refuge for a large number of species of migratory birds. In addition to being one of the few places in Galicia where nests the mockingbird, a bird that is in danger of extinction due to the constant alteration of its habitat.