Route 5. Mera Lighthouses. Practical information

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The Route to Mera Lighthouses allows us to enjoy the marine cliffs, the islets and the coastal flora and fauna. It is an area of great geo-morphological and landscape interest, catalogued as Site of Community Importance (SCI) within the Natura 2000 Network and a Natural Monument.

Along the route one can enjoy the variety of fauna on the coast of Dexo, particularly the marine ornithological species. The Yellow-legged Seagull, the European Shag or the Peregrine Falcon are some of the birds that fly over these coastal cliffs. The area occupied by coastal shrubs also provides a habitat for bird species such as the Dartford Warblers, and mammals such as rabbits, very abundant in the whole area around Mera Lighthouse.

Length: 1,2 km
Starting point: Mera lighthouse
Point of arrival: Mera lighthouse
Route: Mera lighthouse inlet
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 0,5 h
Equipment: Comfortable well-fitting shoes
Suitable for bike: No

MIDE: (Método de Información de Excursiones)
Environment: 1 2 3 4 5
Route: 1 2 3 4 5
Displacement: 1 2 3 4 5
Effort: 1 2 3 4 5
It is worth visiting the “Aula do Mar” (the Natural Monument Visitors Reception Centre), the site of the old militar battery and the emblematic feature of Mera, its lighthouses or positioning towers.
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