Located at the mouth of the Ria de Arousa, this island is the third of the archipelagos belonging to the National Park of the Atlantic Islands. It protects the north entrance of the estuary, and there is no regular passenger transport to access. In its landscape dominate the beaches and dunes.
To the north of the island is the village, silent witness of another time in which the island itself was inhabited. Its lighthouse, signposts the area to try to avoid the shipwrecks, like the steam Santa Isabel in 1921.
Embark with us and you will be able to enjoy a unique natural environment, bathe in its beaches of fine sand, contemplate its wonderful sunsets and dive for its incredible seabed.