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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).

Sailing beneath the moon, go into the night, have dinner and dance until you drop… Enjoy the 31st of October Halloween Special in Vigo with Naviera Mar de Ons!

Naviera Mar de Ons shows you how to have a different Halloween night where the sea becomes the star of the show at our evening party.

» Enjoy Halloween night in Vigo, from the sea!


Do you want to have a really good time? 

The best music on board, a menu created especially for the occasion, and the best costumes await you on the night of the 31st of October. Undoubtedly the best choice for going out in Vigo on Halloween, the most terrifyingly fun night of the year.   

The city of Vigo offers different leisure activities for daytime and evening, and the Halloween Special from Naviera Mar de Ons is undoubtedly one of the best ways to spend this night. 

At Naviera Mar de Ons we put together gastronomy, the best music and beautiful panoramic evening views of the Vigo estuary to create the best on board Halloween party.

Dine on board as a couple or with friends and enjoy sailing under the enchanting moonlight to the best music, the perfect way to party on the most bewitching night of the year. 


» Have a unique on board experience with our Halloween Special!


This evening cruise lasting almost three hours sails from the port of Vigo, near the Sailing Club and Montero Rios street. It will allow you to be just a step away from the city’s party zone, should you want to carry on partying.

We’ll set sail from Vigo port at 10.30 pm and, as always, boarding will commence at 10.15 pm with the first aperitif on board. During dinner, we will sail through the calm waters of the Vigo estuary as far as the majestic Rande Bridge and enjoy those spectacular views from the sea, with the best music on board! 

Forget the car and enjoy the party! Book your ticket and enjoy a different experience!

And remember that if you are already a Mar de Ons client, with the booking reference for this season you will receive discounts when making this reservation. We’re looking forward to seeing you on board for a magical evening!


» About Halloween, Samaín and its connection to Galicia


Few people imagine that, in our land of Galicia, there existed a celebration that was much older than the famous American Halloween. This festival had Celtic roots and was also known as the day of the faithful dead or Samaín, which means the “end of the summer”. It was celebrated thousands of years ago across the whole of the Celtic territory, on the night of 31 October to 1 November. 

The Druids considered this date to be the ideal moment for honouring the ancestors that visited their old villages, and for this purpose, they sanctified them through rituals to seek their intercession.

It wasn’t until the 19th century  that this tradition, coming from countries like Scotland and Ireland, crossed the pond to the United States with the actual inhabitants of these lands during the famines that were devastating Europe  in the middle of that century. And so Halloween came about, and returned to Europe as an American tradition which, in reality, had originated from Celtic customs.

The legend tells that during the night of the dead the fairies and trolls walked freely along the paths and around the village. Some braver people would open the doors of their homes and if there was a fairy on the other side of the door they would have good luck the following year. If, in contrast, a troll was on the other side of the door, curses would rain down on their family, filled with calamities and disasters, during the whole year. When night fell, the Druids would light fires with holy branches collected from inside the forests to banish bad spirits and to guide the dead back into the darkness again. At the same time, neighbours would dress up with skins and animal heads to frighten the ghosts. 

Today, Halloween is much more popular the way it is celebrated in the United States, with costumes and pumpkins, but we should not forget the origins of this, and our traditional Samaín.

Night will fall, the moon will rise and we will dine bewitched and dance away the night of the 31 of October at the Naviera Mar de Ons Halloween Special.

Adult price: 45 € 

Includes a sea cruise and dinner on board