Nestled in the heart of O Salnés with its lower part opening out to the sea of Arousa, Meaño combines the natural beauty of its landscape with emblematic rural Galicia. Its landscape is rich and varied, allowing you to enjoy the mountains and valleys, inland areas or the coast and the beaches and sea. It is made up of seven parishes that make up the Town Council and only Dena has contact with the sea, in addition to being the most populated parish. Its location is privileged because it borders Sanxenxo and Cambados, two areas of great tourist and gastronomic interest and also, due its position in RED Natura 2000 this makes the area an ideal place for bird watching. We must not forget that Meaño offers the highest quality wine tourism with a large number of wineries that can be visited, many of them forming part of the Rías Baixas Wine Route.