The Rias Bajas of Galicia are located towards the western coast of this region. Among the main rias in these group we can find, per example, the Ria da Coruña, the Ria de Ares y de Betanzos, the Ria de Muros y Noia, the Ria de Ferrol, the Ria de Corme y Laxe, the Ria de Arousa, the Ria de Camariñas, the Ria de Vigo, and the Ria de Pontevedra.
It is also interesting to know that some of these Rias have important ports, such as per example, the port in Ria de Coruña, the port in Ria de Pontevedra, and the port in Ria de Vigo. This way, the rias are very important formations since they not only provide great conditions for the activity of fishing but also provide some unique formations and ports which facilitate the trading and commerce of different local products.
The Rias Bajas and its surrounding area offer template temperatures most of the year. The climate in this region often presents important rains and high percentage of humidity, although in general the conditions are nice and provide a good environment for those tourists who wish to enjoy the coast lines and go to one of the several beaches spread throughout this area.
There are several major destinations and interesting spots tourists can meet while visiting the Rias Bajas. One of these spots is the town of Muros, where visitors could not only enjoy the great natural beauty offered by the coast line but also meet several antique buildings and a very interesting harbor. Near Muros, tourists could also visit Noia, a very attractive town and an important fishing spot.
Other spot tourists should make sure of visiting while being in the region of Rias Bajas is a spot known as Porto do Son. This place as several interesting areas and spots to meet, such as per example the Cabo de Corrubedo, were visitors can observe a very interesting lighthouse as well as many attractive sea related landscapes. Besides this, visitors should also try to meet the area of Santa Uxea de Ribeira. Santa Uxea de Ribeira, located towards the southern area of the Rias Bajas, allows tourists to meet the largest of these geographical indentations, the Ria de Arousa.