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 Nemiña beach

Galicia has about 1,500 kilometers of coastline, almost 20% of the total of Spain. In addition, its geographical conditions and its waves make some of its beaches privileged scenarios for surfing at all levels most of the year.
It is the community with the largest number of licenses and clubs with activities related to surfing.


WHAT TO DO:
A nice walk along the beach of Nemiña. This fine sand beach with a length of 800 meters is perfect for surfers, fishermen and naturalists. Located in front of the beach of Lires, when the tide is low you can walk across the estuary of Lires and in a totally safe way reach Nemiña beach in a few minutes.
And remember that LiresCa is in Lires, right in front of the beach of Nemiña!

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Surfers at Nemiña beach - Coast of Death

 

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