The singularity of the ecosystems and habitats of the Dexo-Serantes Coast, its geomorphology and landscape granted it the title of Natural Monument in 2000, and as a result has become part of the Galician Network of Protected Natural Spaces. It is also part of the Natura 2000 network, catalogued as a Special Area of Conservation (SAC), and it is one of the main areas included in the Biosphere Reserve of the Mariñas Coruñesas e Terras do Mandeo (Coruña Wetlands and Mandeo Lands).
The Dexo-Serantes Coast is an extraordinary place to enjoy the roughness of the sea breaking against breathtaking cliffs, to watch the native birds and plants, and to practice hiking.
It is a very fragile environment, so we all must do our best to preserve this invaluable space.
Following these straightforward rules and recommendations will help preserve this beautiful area:
Always use the signposted paths to enjoy this Natural Monument and avoid unnecessarily disturbing the area.
Do not leave rubbish or waste behind.
Do not pull up plants and do not disturb other people or the animals.
The use 4x4 vehicles and motorcycling is not allowed.
Drones are not allowed.