The large shifting dune is the main attraction. It is so spectacular that film scenes set in the desert have been filmed here. More than one kilometer long, 250 metres wide and 20 metres high, the Corrubedo shifting dune stands out from a distance, white as a queen of sand, in this nature park, which is the most visited in Galicia, welcoming nearly 300,000 people a year.

Situated between the estuaries of Arousa and Muros e Noia, the park covers about 1,000 hectares. It is formed by the dunes, Corrubedo beach, the fresh water lagoons of Vixán and those of Carregal, of salt water. Among rushes and reeds, both lagoons are home to the 3,000 waterfowl that live here: teals, curlews, spoonbilled ducks, sandpipers and plovers. A world of feathers and squawks to which is added the laughter and races of the playful otters. Another of the central characters of this stunning landscape is Corrubedo lighthouse, a lookout over the Atlantic.