The national park spreads out from the edges of the Baixa Limia, made up of the municipalities of Entrimo, Lobios and Muiños, which border the National Area of Peneda Gerês in Portugal. The area widens out northward encompassing the municipalities of Lobeira, Bande, and Calvos de Randín, giving us a wide variety of Galician landscapes, named a Biosphere Reserve in 2009. Here we will find the lowest glacial cirques on the Peninsula, a granite rock formation which creates large bolos. There are several different routes to choose from in the area, making it one of the most attractive tourist spots in Galicia. The great variety of habitats in the surrounding area are home to 76 per cent of known bird species in Galicia. The park also boasts some beautiful megaliths and interesting examples of traditional architecture.