Parque natural de las Dunas de Corrubedo y lagunas de Carregal y Vixán
This complex of salt marshes, damp grassland, primary, secondary and grey dunes of 996 ha is one of the best-preserved and most important Atlantic dune areas of the Iberian peninsula. The wetlands are particularly important for migratory waterbirds. The damp grasslands are important for wetland plants such as Summer lady's-tresses (Spiranthes aestivalis). Photo taken on 10 June, 2015.