The main attraction of Las Catedrales beach is the set of rock arches sculpted by the strength of the Cantabrian Sea. The size of these arches, also known as "ollos", reaches in some cases more than 30 meters in height and can be observed walking along the beach at low tide. You can even pass underneath them and hear the sound of the waves when bouncing against the rock formations.
Like most beaches on the coast of the province of Lugo, Las Catedrales is formed by fine white sand and, although the influx of visitors is increasing every day, it remains clean as the first day, keeping the "Blue Flag Award" year after year and "Q" of tourist quality.
To enjoy its beauty to the fullest it is necessary to visit it at low tide. Here you will find the link to the web with the timetables of tides to be able to choose the ideal time to visit Las Catedrales beach.
The Cathedrals beach is a protected Natural Monument. From the 1st of July to the 30th of September the access to the beach will be restricted, so it is necessary to have a free authorization that can be acquired from 90 days before inn: link https://ascatedrais.xunta.es.