A natural border
The autonomous community of Galicia and the Principality of Asturias are naturally limited thanks to the Ribadeo estuary, known in the latter as Ría de Eo. This estuary has an area of 14 square kilometers and it flows into the Eo river next to the Sauron river, the Grande river and the Esquilo stream. It is one of the most identifying landscapes in the area and inside you can enjoy different activities of all kinds. The estuary is from fishing and shellfish, to nautical, leisure and recreational activities.
The Ribadeo estuary is a privileged place for ornithology lovers as it is an important point through which different migratory birds pass. During the winter months, the estuary and all its flora become the refuge of ducks, coots, cormorants, egrets and herons, among other birds. However, these are the only beings that live in the Ribadeo estuary. Within its wetlands you can find crabs, salmon, trout,... next to the pines, eucalyptus and laurel that are located on its banks.
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