Doniños beach

Beach Blue Flag


Rectilinear and windy beach with strong waves. With two entrances: Punta Penencia (uncrowded) and Outeiro (very busy). Ideal for surfing. Punta do Castro (northern boundary), contains the remains of a pre-Roman fort where Celtic jewelry and attributes found dignity amid the beach, on the remains of a castle, the site of a coastal artillery battery, served by Navy. The chronicles say that in 1800, an English army made ​​up of over a hundred warships and numerous infantry on the shore ready to disembark and take Ferrol. Although it seemed easy, the troops of Admiral Warren had many problems with the surf of the sea. The "chalupas" were cannon fodder for Ferrol, the road was well defended, and passage through the lagoon was impracticable. Beach Doniños thus contributed to the English defeat. Beach with high occupancy level and disabled access. Services: beach bars, parking at both ends, and rescue aid station, showers, waste, urban transport