This is a unique experience without having to leave the country. Enjoy a sunset at the beach in autumn I go to the Sanxenxo area every weekend with the three most important people in my life, my husband and my two daughters. It is a charming place, even more so with the best company, which makes it definitely one of my favorite destinations ....
Silgar beach was the first stop on our trip. It is a beautiful sandy beach in Silgar Sanxenxo. It is surrounded by restaurants. In the center of the beach the Beach Cafe Sansenxo, with great sandwiches at good prices, can be recommended. Also see "the Madam", a statue located in the sea on the beach.
This is a quiet and charming place, hidden from civilization, where you can spend a day watching the beautiful scenery and meet great people. You can experience wonderful sunsets. The natural park and the beach merges into one.
Playa de Area Gorda is a beach in Noalla (Sanxenxo), close to Playa La Lanzanda and the shrine of Nuestra Señora de la Lanzada. It's a beautiful urban beach with fine white sand that's not too big but just the right size to enjoy a bit of sun in front of the clear blue water. It's kind of windy sometimes and the waves can get big. In summer, it's packed with visitors and tourists.
Playa Panadeira is a tiny urban beach Panadeira tiny, only eighty meters long. It is located in the town of Sanxenxo and has fine sand and clear water. It is easily accessible and secluded with calm water, sheltered from the wind. Nearby is the marina for the mooring of boats.
Located in Noalla one of the parishes of the municipality of Sanxenxo, this small beach is equipped with blue flag from a few years ago, and on that basis every year the number of people who visit grows. I the first time I visited was on a winter day, no one was there and it was a little sloppy and not cleaned, but I liked it so much that months later I decided to go in summer. That day the beach was completely filled with people bathing, walking or tanning in the sun. Although not very long (about 450 meters) I enjoyed walking through its finite and white sand. Its shape is half shell and the waters are very calm. Many people practice sports, I have never done so, but I have watched other people practice. Not a good beach to go to with children, but for walking, water sports and tanning. It also has many services such as parking, showers, toilets, lifeguard service, etc..
This beach is located on the left, and a bit below, Panadeira Park. It's usually empty, because there's not much sand, and the small stretch is scattered with rocks. Unlike in Panadeira, the water level changes quite a bit, so it's a good spot for fishing.
Playa de Nuestra Señora is a small cove (about 50 feet long) next to the Ermita de la Lanzara. The beach is windy with high waves, but it has two sandy areas: one, where the sand is fine and white and another where it's rockier. This beach is famous because a fertility ritual takes place here every year on the last Sunday in August. It has parking services, and is cleaned daily.