Pontevedra is a province of Spain along the country's Atlantic coast in southwestern Europe. The province forms the southwestern part of the autonomous community of Galicia. It is bordered by the provinces of A Coruña, Lugo, and Ourense, the country of Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean. The official languages of the Pontevedra province are Spanish and Galician. There is a public institution called the Diputación Provincial of Pontevedra (Provincial Council), whose head office is in Pontevedra city, that provides direct services to citizens such as technical, financial and technological support to the councils of the 62 municipalities of the province of Pontevedra.
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Lovely area to walk around go to Beaches. Advise was take a picnic which we did as not much available on island . But there is a restaurant where ferry arrives and a bar and shop at camp site as well.
If booking via hotel which we did be aware you still need to go to booking office with receipt to get tickets for ferry . Ticket office located near leaving point of ferry give yourself plenty time as very busy . Lovely day .
4.5 based on 86 reviews
Strange weather today, a low cloud descended and stayed til late afternoon, so we decided this walk would be good to do as it was still warm. What a treat! A gentle relaxing stroll with stunning scenery. And a couple of good cafes to get a drink and rest our feet. I bet this would be great for lunch too!
4.5 based on 757 reviews
Amazing ruins of an ancient tribal village spanning the slopes of a mountain in Northern Spain. Santa Tecla Celtic Village clearly displays celtic village life.
The uncovered ruins are a sight to see obviously each hut is connected to the group sharing a partial circular wall. They appear similar in size bases constructed of local stone with central gathering areas.
Couple of hours for sure to walk among the ruins and take in the areas sights.
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Wow, the Cies Islands are absolutely GORGEOUS. Lush greenery, blue water, white sand. So picturesque! I spent a lot of time hiking around the area and saw some amazing views. Chilling on the beach was very relaxing as well. One of the best parts of my trip.
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4.5 based on 265 reviews
What a lovely waterfall in a remote country location. Not well sign-posted, but easy enough to eventually get to. Wear good walking shoes as some bits are steep or slippery as you walk to the falls. So glad the proprietors of Casa dos Cregos told us about this hidden gem.
4.5 based on 401 reviews
Some of the reviews here are confusing. That is because what was once an ancient fort is now a luxury hotel called the Parador. We are staying there and it is wonderful. But imagine that all the walls, towers, turrets and amazing walks and settings around where the fort was, are open to the public and free. It is still beautiful and absolutely worth the trip and walk. It’s a 10-12 minute walk from the village of Baiona where you will find shops and very nice taverns. You could explore the grounds here for an hour or two. I believe there is also a paid tour, but we did not do it. Must visit!
4.5 based on 383 reviews
Great beach, especially during the week - on weekends it can be a bit crowded. Clean, white sand. The bar at the beach is great and the people who run it are wonderful. Plenty of hammocks, chairs, umbrellas to rent, as well as paddle boats.
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