Muxía, is a fishing village, located in the middle Costa da Morte, with 121 square kilometers and numerous parishes. Noted for its scenic values, maintaining all types of natural and high environmental value, such as beaches, that occur from the mouth of Black River to the estuary Lires. Sandy beaches are quiet and preserved as Mayor Beach Area, Sandy Lake, Nemiña beach, Playa Laws, Lourenco beach, Arline Beach, Playa de la Cruz, Leis beach and Playa del COID.
It also has historic monuments and landmarks such as the Church of Santa Maria de Muxía or Shrine of Our Lady of the Boat, pilgrims who arrived after passing through Santiago de Compostela, and noted for its legendary Stones(From Abalar, Hips, Valentine, Rudder,…), worth visiting, as legend has it that the Virgin came in the boat (piedra de Abalar), ship (you rock Cadrís) and rudder (Rudder stone).
As environmental attractions highlighted in the village Muxía the Riverside Walk to the edge of the Black River I Muíños, Vaosilveiro Bridge, above the Beaches, River Caldeiras calls Castro, labeled as such by the forms which the river passes through this place. Also Cape Touriñán up with Lighthouse, is a coastal stretch, pure and wild with their own views and sensational, which show the loneliness that gives see the sea from there. And beneath us, here are the cliffs with overhangs, so typical of this area.
Fishing is the engine of this town muxiana. Eel fishing was for years one of the main activities of the fleet Muxía, but now catches are of different species, can observe the arrival of ships in port every day with all the fresh fish. Today, Muxía saves secadero of congrio, this species exported to all countries around the world.