In the surroundings there are numerous white sand beaches and various tourist attractions.


For sea lovers Sanxenxo offers the possibility of sailing, diving, windsurfing or surfing in the large waves of Montalvo and A Lanzada beaches.

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O Grove e Isla de La Toja

The town of O Grove is located on the southern shore of the Ria de Arosa, serving as a boundary between it and Pontevedra.
Fishing, shellfishing industries debugging and preserves, as well as tourism are its core activities.

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Islas Ons y Cíes

The Marine National Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia, is the first and only space with this category of the Galician autonomous community and the second in the country land-maritime character , next to Cabrera in Balearic Islands.
These islands were declared a National Park in 2002 as one of the best examples of ecosystems, typical of Atlantic coasts and seabed.
The National Park includes the archipelagos of Cortegada, Sálvora, Ons and Cies and maritime space around them, this marine area constituting 86% of the total protected area, which gives us a clear idea of ​​the importance of the marine environment in this protected space.

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Combarro is a village in the municipality of Poio, located in the province of Pontevedra. Until the early twentieth century was an independent municipality. It is a fishing village, located near the provincial capital, Pontevedra (7 km) and from other villages like Sanxenxo and Marin. Most notable is its old town, where there are many granaries, stone crosses, tapas bars and restaurants and souvenir shops.

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Cambados is a village located in the district of Salnes, the center of the Rias Baixas, in the province of Pontevedra.
Cambados has an important historical and artistic heritage, which was declared of Cultural Interest. It is one of the best restored of Galicia. The heritage that has Cambados has palaces and noble houses , sculptures designed by great artists and folk art pieces, squares and cobbled streets, a delight for those who love art and history.
Furthermore, Cambados is known as the Capital of Albariño, because the cultivation and export of Albariño white wine, this gives him fame worldwide. Here was created the Designation of Origin Rías Baixas, controlling and improving wine production for export to the main markets.

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