Coming from the north, and after leaving Albariño country and the Arousa rivermouth, we head towards O Grove, home to A Lanzada, one of the most famous beaches along the Galician shoreline. More than two kilometres of sand and the open sea, as well as several tourism services have earned it a Blue Flag. From here we head towards the island of A Toxa, which is accessible by foot. Its shell-covered church and artisan stalls are well worth the visit, although is best known internationally for its springs, casino, and golf course. Vast marshlands connect O Grove with the neighbouring Sanxenxo, one of the most popular summer spots in Galicia. A service area for campervans on the Pragueira beach allows us to settle here for a night or two. Silgar beach is a highlight, with an elevated seafront promenade bursting with restaurants, shops, and a large square (below which you will find underground parking). From here we can head over to Portonovo, the beginning of a great hiking route that leads us to the nearby beaches of Canelas and Montalvo, and then on to the cliffs of the Punta de Cabicastro. The latter, along with Cabo Home, marks the boundaries of the Pontevedra estuary.