The Dama de Silgar is the most famous statue of the quintessential tourist town of Sanxenxo. "The Madame" as it is also known, is the work of the Galician artist Alfonso Lamelas Vilar, born in 1927 and sculptor of most of the Galician public works and whose style has become an icon of the town. Nearby, in a large open space another giant statue can be found. It is a bronze representing a kind of "Gulliver resting" with his arms behind his head.
Near Playa de Areas Gordas, you can find the remains of a fort which dates back to the eighth century BC, with the ruins of a necropolis and some graves that remain. You'll also find the ruins of a fortress which was built by Bishop Sisnando II in the second half of the tenth century, to defend against pirate attacks. This fort was finally abandoned in the sixteenth century, and only the outer structure remains.