Cíes Island

Tips and tricks you should know for your planning The Cíes Islands, or as it is also called, “the island of the gods”, is the pearl of the treasure of the Vigo estuary, one of the most precious places in Galicia and the whole national territory. They are part of the Atlantic Islands together with […]

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Beaches in Cangas de Morrazo

The O Morrazo peninsula is one of the most extensive coastal areas in Spain. Its 38 beaches bathed by the Ria de Vigo, the Ría de Aldán and the Ría de Pontevedra make O Morrazo a point of national tourist interest thanks to a protected natural ecosystem and a privileged location. Nearby beaches Arenales closest […]

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Interesting Places

The peninsula of O Morrazo is characterized by some beaches that will undoubtedly conquer those who dare to visit them. It also hides other enigmas for those who are looking for something more than sun and beach: unspoiled landscapes, surprising monuments, paths and routes to explore, and sunrises to dream about and above all… share! […]

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Surrounding

Ría del Aldán and surroundings Choosing the Aldán estuary and its surroundings as a holiday destination is synonymous with guaranteed success. We are convinced of it, the municipality of Aldán is a hidden paradise in Cangas de O Morrazo, formed by six villages that hide many stories to tell: San Cibrán, A Espiñeira, Herbello, O […]

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Visits to the Ons Islands – Rías Baixas

Another destination not to be missed for a getaway is Ons Island, the little sister of the Cíes Islands, also part of the Atlantic Islands National Park.   Ons Island has a double contrast, white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters on the east side, and a west side hit by the sea with cliffs, […]

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