In this archipelago, which is part of the National Maritime-Terrestrial Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia and considered a Special Conservation Area, life could not be easy. The island of Sálvora, battered but also sheltered by the sea, was home to many families for several years. Today its landscape is filled, above all, by sea birds and stone. Now this paradise is protected; life goes on in it waiting to show itself to curious glances.
Recently, the island of Sálvora has been accredited as a starlight destination, that is, an optimal place for nighttime stargazing.