Noia, once Compostela's port, coastal village in the province of La Coruña, pertaining to the Autonomous Community of Galica, Spain, it is located in the inner side of Ria de Muros-Noia, at the mouth of the Tambre is the smallest of the Rias Baixas
The large shellfish banks in these waters most hightly dedicated to cockles extraction which hightly grow in the the sandbanks fed by the sediments coming from rivers tha flow into the Ria.
Noia boast one of the most beautiful and well kept old zones in Galicia. Amazing pazos and manor houses show off the splendor of its past.
Travelling from Noia to Ribeira, interesting visits
Portosin and Porto do Son villages.
Castro de Baroña, a celtic ground from the Iron Age.
Corrubedo Natural Park.
Xuño and Muro lagoon.
Furnas Beach, where 'Mar adentro' was filmed.
Dolmen de Axeitos, a neolithic tomb (IV millennium B.C)
Curota Point View.
Rio Pedras Natural Pools in Puebla del Caramiñal.
Travelling from Noia to Finisterre, interesting visits:
Noia, one of the most beautiful medieval villages in Galicia
Pontenafonso, located between Noia and Outes with a beautiful 270
metres long bridge build by king Alfonso IX in the 13 th century.
Muros, protected village since 1970 due to the archictectural value of its medieval arches where a stroll in the the streets would instantly transport the visitor back in the medieval times.
Carnota beach, a 7 kilometres long of splendid white sand and traslucent waters.
Carnota hórreo, traditional granary built which is now declared National Monument for its impressive length of 34.76 metres and unique features.
Ancoradoiro beach, along with Area Mayor, Xarfas lagoon and Mount Louro together form a magnificent natural reserve now declared Natural park.
Mount Pindo, a sacred place for Celtic tribes and beautiful natural estuary.
Ezaro Fall, river Xallas estuary the only one in Europe ending in a fall.
Finisterre,a rock-bound peninsula on the west coast of Galicia with spectacular views, iconic lighthouse and the end of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage way.
Camariñas: British Cemetery wreck of Serpent english galleon in 1887.
Travelling from Noia to Finisterre is a must ritual for all those visiting this part of coast not only for the historical and geographical relevance but also for the amazing natural landscapes and small hidden monumental treasures along this coastline.
Also, trekking along the Tambre, Vilacoba, San Xusto natural reservoir and Toxosoutos monastery
Sailing, angling, surf, windsurf, paragliding, cycling, etc.
Large amount of restaurants to taste traditional galician food freshly cooked at very good price.
Santiago de Compostela train station is 25 minutes , 35 minutes from the Santiago de Compostela airport and 50 minutes from the Coruña airport.
Once you have bathed in the sea, enjoyed a good breakfast or lunch on the beach, and walked through the local hills and beaches..... THERE IS MUCH MORE......
Route from Noya to Riveira visiting:
- Portosin ,Porto do son, typical Galician fishing villages where you can see the unloading of fish, and the hard work of sailors and redeiras.
- Ribasieira waterfall, in Porto do Son.
- The castros of Baroña, a Celtic settlement from the Iron Age.
- Natural park of Corrubedo, the lagoon of Xuño and Muro.
- 2 km away virgin beaches such as as Furnas, famous for the filming of Mar Adentro, Basoñas and San Pedro de Muro.
- Dolmen of Axeitos, megalithic funerary monument 6000 years old.
- Viewpoint of La Curota.
- Natural pools of the river Pedras in Pobla do Caramiñal.
Noya to Finisterre route visiting:
- Noya: One of the most interesting towns in Galicia for its urban beauty, monuments, history and legends.
- Pontenafonso: Between Noia and Outes, medieval bridge of more than 500 years old.
- Muros: Declared an artistic site in 1970, a stroll through its streets will take you back to the Middle Ages.
- Carnota beach, 7 km long, located at the foot of Monte Pindo, considered the longest beach in Galicia. An immense sandy area almost always empty due to the danger of its waters (Atlantic Ocean), at low tide it is more than 1000 m. wide in some stretches. The area of marshes and dunes is home to a great variety of migratory birds. Carnota beach is one of the 100 best beaches in the world, according to the German magazine 'Traum Strände'.
The hórreo of Carnota has been declared a national monument.
- Ancoradoiro beach, a naturist beach which, together with the Mayor area, the Xarfas lagoon and Mount Louro, form a nature reserve of great ecological value, declared an area of natural interest.
- Monte Pindo: A sacred place for the Celts.
- Ézaro waterfall: The mouth of the Xallas river, the only one in Europe that flows into the ocean in the form of a waterfall.
- Finisterre: End of the Camino de Santiago...The journey to Finisterre in 60 minutes enjoying wonderful landscapes along the coast by road.
The journey from Noya to Finisterre is, due to its geographical and historical significance, a ritual for all those who visit Galicia, but it also offers a series of scenic and monumental surprises along the coast.
- Hiking routes along the Tambre river, Vilacoba river, San Xusto and the monastery of Tosoxoustos.
- Sailing, fishing, diving, surfing, skysurfing, paragliding, cycling routes, golf, horse riding, climbing, archery, guided kayak routes, zip line .... and many other activities offered by a local company.
70 minutes from Noya is Cambados, capital of Albariño, and well-known wineries such as Martin Códax and Condes de Albarei, open to the public for a guided tour of the winery and a tasting of their albariños.
Catamaran cruise along the estuary of Muros and Noya ( sa
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