Three islands, three sea inlet.

On this route, we will be sailing aroun the three most characteristic Galician “Rias Baixas” (Arousa, Vigo and Pontevedra), and we will offer the best sailing conditions in every year season.

We will sail around some of the biggest and more important islands of the Atlantic Facade, and also, they are part of the Atlantic Islands Natural Park. These islands have the biggest environmental protection over all Spain, where places like Ons Ilands and Cies Islands embrace the biggest Yellow-legged Gull colonies all over the world. Besides, exceptional beaches like Rodas Beach, in the top 10 most beautiful beachse in the World (The Guardian – 2007).

The passengers will be able to select where to anchor, or even the harbor to soak. Within the three sea inlets are more than twelve shores with the best and more modern installations.

If you want, you will be able to participate actively in every sail change manoeuvre, using the rudder, drop the anchor, etc.

  • GROUP DATES: To confirm by the passengers
  • GROUP PRICES: 1980-€ boat/4 days (max 8 people)

During the morning, we will head 180º to the Ons archipelago. Lunch will be served on the boat, or in a beach chosen by the passengers. Pontevedra sea inlet will be reached by the evening where we will stay overnight.
During the morning, we will head to the Cies archipelago.  Lunch will be served on the boat or in the island. Vigo sea inlet will be reached by the evening where we will stay overnight.
Slowly, we will set sail back north to Arousa sea inlet. Salvora Islands water will be visited, and we will arive to Arousa sea inlet during the evening.
Whole day sailing around all the Arousa sea inlet, visiting Vilagarcia, Rianxo, Cambados, O Grove, and all the small towns arond them. Over there we will able to taste all the delicatessen food, including fresh seafood and fish of the sea inlet.

The price includes:  Crew, fuel, water, zodiac landing and berth. Also VAT, all the services on board as bathroom, kitchen and cabins.

(Food not included)

Food can be brought for everyday tour, or have your meals in the ports where the boat will land. For Salvora Island is compulsory to bring food.

Attire: Confortable and sport clothes are recomended, and also coat and raincoat. For the shoes, dark sole is not allowed in order to preserve the places we visit and to not to leave footprints. No high heels allowed.