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Punta de Estaca de Bares is the northernmost point of Spain and the Iberian Peninsula, at a latitude of 43° 47? 38? North. It is located in Galicia. Conventionally, it marks the western end of the Cantabrian Sea, or Bay of Biscay, in the North Atlantic ocean.
They alternate cambric and siluric formations, with the granite region of the Viveiro formation and myocene deposits. It is the facade to the sea of Galicia N. E. of normal folds to the coast. Asturian-type estuaries, already passing the Galician type in the open-air granite. Otero, Pedrayo, R,. (1980). Guia de Galicia. Vigo. Ed: Galaxia.
Mañón (A Coruña)
O Propio cabo de Estaca de Bares