The Islas Atlanticas National Park, is made up of four groups of islands off the south west coast of Galicia, the Cíes, Ons, Cortegada and Sálvora Islands.
These islands have an important land-sea ecosystem for the colonies of sea birds that live there, particularly sea gulls, shag, cormorant, and the common shag, while in the sea there are important colonies of turtles, dolphins, seals, whales, shell fish and molluscs.
There are also 200 species of seaweed rocorded in the area.
There is boat access, from June to September, to Cíes from the ports of Vigo, Baiona and Cangas, or to Ons from Sanxenxo-Portonovo, Marín and Bueu. Access to many of the other islands is limited to enveronmental monitoring and research.
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