The O Morrazo peninsula is one of the most extensive coastal areas in Spain. Its 38 beaches bathed by the Ria de Vigo, the Ría de Aldán and the Ría de Pontevedra make O Morrazo a point of national tourist interest thanks to a protected natural ecosystem and a privileged location.
There are countless beaches to visit, but thanks to Apartamentos ría de Aldán, we have known the most beautiful in the time we have had. We have been advised very well because we did not know this wonderful area
Qualified with Blue Flag, is one of the best known beaches in the area. This small sandy beach (300 m) is the most cozy, its calm, blue and crystalline waters, and a fine golden sand allow you to enjoy a peaceful and relaxed place. Its orientation towards the west allows you to enjoy the sun until the end of the afternoon.
Among the services offered, bars and restaurants nearby, and access from the road.
This is the smallest sandy beach in the area (approximately 170m), although its extension is not synonymous with the magic it gives off: situated in a beautiful natural environment with access on foot, Francón boasts calm, crystal clear waters, white sand and pleasant views of the Hío area.
It is an intimate beach with two beach bars that give the sandy beach a touch of colour through open-air concerts in summer, while you enjoy the sunset.
250 metres long, it is a beach with similar characteristics to Francón, practically its elder sister: an easily accessible sandy beach on foot, with transparent waters and no waves. It is situated in a natural environment surrounded by pines between Punta Sartaxéns and Punta Pedra Rubia, offering views of the other side of the estuary surrounded by the blue of the sea and the green of nature.
Areacova has a restaurant service and access by road.
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