A Costa da Morte can boast of having the longest coastal stretch of the peninsula without large urban centers. It is rich in geology, traditions, culture, gastronomy, vegetation and fauna. Surely the latter two is what you like the most or attract attention in hiking or outdoor activities 🥾
We also have a natural heritage that is worth exploring on foot and slowly, stopping to enjoy every detail, smell and sound. From the roar of the sea from the bottom of the cliffs, the hidden waterfalls in beaches with crystalline waters and spring tides, big rocks with amazing views and endless sensations while traveling routes such as “The lighthouse way”.
However, once you enter these landscapes appreciating every detail and curiosity of the species, it is when you can feel its wildest essence.
There are many migratory birds that stop to rest in the area on their journeys. Others, such as the Shaggy Cormorant, inhabitant and resident, is common in its flights of black and shiny wings at the edge of the cliffs. Mammals like the fox or the roe deer make this area a home. Although those who accompany us the most are our lovely seagulls 🦅
And moving on to the vegetation, we can walk in a golden spring full of gorses, combined with the lilac of the spanish bluebells… even to the sea parsley or the rabbit tails 🌿
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