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IF YOU ARE GOING TO TRAVEL TO THE CÍES ISLANDS OR THE ONS ISLAND FROM EASTER AND MAY 15 (EXCEPT CAMPERS), before buying the ticket, you must obtain the authorization requested by La Xunta de Galicia, in which they will provide you with the pre code -reserve (necessary to acquire the boat ticket).

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Arousa Island: beaches and nature in the Rias Baixas

Arousa Island: beaches and nature in the Rias Baixas

Arousa Island is situated in the Arousa estuary, in the province of Pontevedra. It is Galicia's most populated island, with 5000 inhabitants and it has its own council. Within its area of over 7 km², you will find wonderful beaches and relaxing trails that take you to...

Essential places to see in and around Baiona

Essential places to see in and around Baiona

Baiona is much more than a beautiful town. Its culture and history have made this town one of the most interesting places in the Rias Baixas. Located on the Atlantic coast, it is famous for being first to receive news of the “discovery of America”, as the Caravel...

Christmas celebrations around the world

Christmas celebrations around the world

Navidad, Christmas, Weihnachten… Although we use different names to refer to the festive season, the truth is that we all experience it with the same enthusiasm, wherever we are in the world. Depending on the country you are in, you will celebrate it in one way or...

The best beaches at O Grove

The best beaches at O Grove

O Grove is a municipality of Pontevedra situated on a small peninsula at the edge of the Ría de Arousa estuary and the Atlantic Ocean. Its long coastline consists of numerous beaches that are both beautiful and very peaceful.  The perfect places to enjoy a wonderful...

Discover the seafood festival of O Grove

Discover the seafood festival of O Grove

If you’re interested in visiting the Rías Baixas and are asking yourself ‘where can I eat the best seafood meals in Galicia?’ Many people will give you the same answer: the municipality of O Grove. The so-called seafood capital prides itself on offering the best...

Visit the sequoia forest of Poio

Visit the sequoia forest of Poio

One of the most beautiful (and unknown) places in Galicia can be found on the hillside of Monte Castrove in the municipality of Poio: the Colon forest. This is one of the largest Californian red sequoia forests in Europe. These are native conifers from the western...

Visit the best manor houses in the Rías Baixas

Visit the best manor houses in the Rías Baixas

There is nothing quite like taking a relaxing stroll through some of the beautiful pazos (manor houses) scattered around Galicia. These impressive stately homes, many of which are hundreds of years old, delight everyone that is lucky enough to visit them. That is why...

The Camellia Route in the Rías Baixas

The Camellia Route in the Rías Baixas

The Rías Baixas conceal many hidden corners with camellia gardens that will attract your attention because of their fineness and beauty. Originating from the Far East, camellias have been part of the history and culture of Pontevedra since the 17th century and, since...

How to get there and what to see in Monte Louro

How to get there and what to see in Monte Louro

Monte Louro rises above the shores of the Muros y Noia ria, to the south of the town of Muros in A Coruña. It is situated in a space which has been declared a Special Conservation Area, which also encompasses part of the Xalfas Lake, and is classified as a Point of...

Fascinating facts about the Arosa Ria

Fascinating facts about the Arosa Ria

As many of you will know, the famous Arosa ria (or in Galician, ría de Arousa) forms part of our incredible Rías Baixas and is situated between the peninsula of Salnés and the Barbanza peninsula. Both the ria and the land that surrounds it are home to a whole host of...