Playa de Rodas

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Beach view from the island cemetery

Playa de Rodas or Praia das Rodas (Galician) is a slightly curved beach of about 700 m length on the Spanish Cíes Islands, now a national park, lying west of the city of Vigo in the Atlantic Ocean. The British newspaper The Guardian chose the beach to be the best of the world in 2007.[1]

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Coordinates: 42°13′33.05″N 8°54′5.45″W / 42.2258472°N 8.9015139°W / 42.2258472; -8.9015139