Carnota is located in the region of Muros. It has one of the largest beaches in all Galicia: 7 km long and 1 km wide in low tide, an infinite beach … There is this stone house of 172 m2 of construction and 1,419 m2 of land plot. It is ready to live in and has good finishes and an extraordinary location, with direct access from the road.
It consists of:
92 m2. There is the kitchen, connected to the living room, living room with fireplace and a storage room under stairs.
Where are the complete bathroom and a large terrace with great views of the sea and the surrounding stone hills.
80 m2. Where there are four large bedrooms.
A large attic, all diaphanous, as relief for the entire house. Or full of possibilities for what is needed.
In the back, there are two areas, one used as a second kitchen, and another where is the boiler room of gas-oil heating.
In the area of Carnota, there are numerous sandy beaches and stretches of rocky coast along its coastline: San Pedro (Pindo), Quilmas, Pedrullo, Corna Becerra, White Area, Porto Negro, Caldebarcos, Boca do Rio, Carnota, Lira Sea , Cons, Xaxebe, Porto Cubelo, After Punta, Portoancho, Gavota, Porto da Barca, Simprón, Ardeleiro, Susiños, Suresco, Porto dos Botes, Lariño and Punta de Caldebarcos, Punta dos Remedios, and Punta Insua (with its lighthouse) The brave sea enters.
In addition to the previous ones, in Carnota it is also the beach of Insuela, corresponding to the village of Panchés, located before the beach of Caldebarcos, as well as innumerable smaller coves, such as Rego da Braña, Gramelo and Sarradela. Carnota also has the uniqueness of owning the traditional Galician granary (hórreo) that happens to be the largest in Spain. And also, in its proximities, the cascade of the Xallas river that precipitates to the sea from 40 ms of height in Ézaro.