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From Finisterre to Corrubedo, the Muros-Noia Ria ("ría" being the local word for estuary) has more than 70 beaches along its coastline. There are beaches for all occasions, whether you're looking to spend some quality family time, practice a watersport, quench your thirst at a nearby bar, enjoy the privacy of a secluded beach or be close to nature.
Some of the beaches that we particularly recommend are the beaches of: Louro (playa de Louro), Carnota (playa de Carnota), Aguieira (playa de Aguieira), Abelleira (playa de Abelleira), Rostro (playa del Rostro), Broña (playa de Broña) and Corrubedo (pictured left).

As Hospedería Valadares is located only 20 minutes from Santiago de Compostela (pictured right), it is an ideal base from which to explore other places of great monumental, natural and historic interest such as Castro de Baroña (an ancient, excavated Celtic fortress settlement), Dolmen de Axeitos (a prehistoric megalithic dolmen), Cascada de Ézaro (a beautiful cascade in Dumbria; not to be missed), the monastary of Toxosoutos, Muros and its surroundings, Ribera de Freixo, the Xalfas lagoon (a great place for spotting birds and the local wild-life in general), Porto do Son, etc.

The Alameda (pictured left), only a few metres away from us, is Noia's main square and also where the Town Hall is located. The historic quarter or medieval district is also very close, being only about 100 metres away. Within the historic quarter, the 15th century church of San Martiño is a must see. Noia is one of the most important towns in the region, and together with Muros, give the estuary its name: the ría de Muros-Noia. More info Galicia.

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