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What to see in Carnota

Carnota

The diversity of the landscape of this town located to the west of La Coruña, always leaves the visitor wanting to fully explore the region and find those hidden treasures to see in Carnota . The territory extends through valleys, mountains and coasts where nature has painted original views that leave us enraptured on a natural canvas. Its granaries, natural granite monuments and white sand shores bathed by the sea do not disappoint.

About the area

In Carnota it is shown that it was populated since ancient times thanks to the burial mounds and forts that are in the area. The place of Carnota was born in the seventeenth century, but in the nineteenth century it was sacked by French troops in the Spanish War of Independence. In this council we can highlight fishing as the most important profession, which in the past has contributed to the abundant families of this area to be able to get money.

Carnota stands out for its extensive rural tourism, since it contains numerous forests to be able to walk through them and observe the wild animals that there are, with the possibility of approaching them and taking beautiful photos that will be impossible to overcome. It is also famous for having one of the largest granaries in the area, 35 meters long and which today is one of the mandatory stops to go to see it.

We cannot forget the many beaches that there are, with stretches of rocky coastline formed by sand to sunbathe and relax with family or friends.

What to see in Carnota

What to see in Carnota

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Church of Santa Comba de Carnota and Hórreo

Very close to the Council of Carnota, just 400 meters away, we find the Church of Santa Comba, with a classic Baroque architectural style.

Located just above what was a Roman temple, its construction was completed in 1755.

The tower, however, was not incorporated until 1825. Nearby we find the surprising hórreo, a raised stone structure, designed to keep moisture and rodents away from the harvest. This, 34 meters long, is one of the largest in Galicia.

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Castro Mallou

At 5 kilometers from Carnota through the Barrio Vilar we find the archaeological remains of this primitive settlement.

The Castros were communities that were established surrounding the houses of a stone wall that served as protection. They were located in high positions in order to see any danger in advance.

It is believed that this castro may have been established between the 6th to 8th centuries before the Christian era, during the Iron Age.
The finds include primitive agricultural instruments, a cistern, and remains of pottery.

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Things to do in Carnota

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Take a tour of the Carnota, Portocubelo and San Pedro Beaches.

The coast of Carnota is privileged, as evidenced by its 24 beaches. Most of them are in a virgin state and we enjoy them even more for this fact. We chose three of the most beautiful and most visited.

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Carnota Beach

We start with the best known and also the most extensive in all of Galicia with more than 7 kilometers and a crescent shape. The swell is strong, as is the wind. We can see some natural ones very close, and despite being only 2 km from the town of Carnota, access is only by car or bus. It has hygiene and cleaning services, unguarded parking, beach bars and bars.

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San Pedro Beach (O Pindo Beach)

This small beach is located in a semi urban area. It can be accessed by car or bus. It is just 12 km from the council of Carnota. The swell is moderate and you must be careful for the currents.
It has hygiene and cleaning services, a promenade, restaurants and beach bars.

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Portocubelo Beach

Just 6 kilometers northwest of Carnota, we find this semi-urban beach with white sands and calm waters. Barely 200 meters long, it is a small beach where you can spend a relaxing day admiring its incredible scenery.
It is equipped with cleaning and hygiene services and nearby we find restaurants, bars, beach bars and a promenade.

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Go hiking and climb the spectacular Mount Pindo

First of all, say that on this route the ascent is 4.5 kilometers, so you must go prepared with enough hydration, comfortable clothes and shoes. Leaving the Church of O Pindo, located 13 kilometers from Carnota, the ascent gives us a few memorable stops. Among them, remains of a fortification from the Middle Ages, the dwarf oak forest and the statue of a warrior naturally formed in stone. The views are no less impressive, highlighting Cape Finisterre, the town of Corcubión and Playa do Pindo or San Pedro.

Upstairs, the well-deserved rest awaits us and also a picnic area, while we admire the beautiful and unique views that the top gives us.

What activities to do in Carnota

Hórreo and Palomar de Carnota

Carnota Monte Pindo natural area

Mount and Lake Louro

You can watch movies, visits to the most famous areas of the town for up to 8 people, theaters in the streets, and also practice sports such as foot races.

Other sites of interest

Fandiño House

  • Address : Lugar Carnota, 36, 15293 Vilar, A Coruña
  • Hours : Monday to Friday from 13: 00-15: 30 and from 21: 00-23: 00. Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Phone : 981857020

Or Neixón

  • Address : Piñeiros, 17, 15293 Carnota, A Coruña
  • Hours : Monday to Sunday from 9: 00-21: 00
  • Telephone : 981826500
  • Web : https://oneixonrestaurante.es/

Casa da Crega

  • Address : Caldebarcos, 155, 15293 Carnota, A Coruña
  • Hours: Friday to Sunday from 12: 00-18: 00
  • Phone : 685547735
  • Web: http://www.casadacrega.es/

Claudio Supermarket

Cepsa service station

Carnota Health Center

  • Address : Praza San Gregorio, 20, 15293 Vilar, A Coruña
  • Hours : Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Phone : 981834082

Watertight

  • Address : Lugar Lariño, 236, 15292 Carnota, A Coruña

Manuel Carlos Cortizo Prieto

  • Address : Rúa Carrasqueira, 24, 15293 Vilar, A Coruña
  • Hours : Monday to Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Telephone : 981857031

Lyre Motor

  • Address : Ctra. Regional 550, km 30, 15293 Lira, A Coruña
  • Hours : Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday from 10: 00-13: 00
  • Telephone : 981761228

Automotive workshop Alex

  • Address : AC-550, 15295, A Coruña
  • Hours : Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday from 10: 00-13: 00
  • Phone : 653327171

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