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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
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Vigo, the most populous city in Galicia, connects mainland Spain to the Cies Islands with Mar de Ons. Vigo ferries can be booked with AFerry.
See below for timetable information and for details on how to reach Vigo, and the port facilities you can expect to find when you get there.
Ferries to and from Vigo
Mar de Ons ships are built to the highest standard and have all amenities on board. Outside decks allow passengers to take in the breathtaking views of the islands and the Galician Coast. Inside the vessels, comfortable seating is available and there is an onboard café serving hot and cold refreshments and snacks.
Vigo has a mountainous landscape and due to the coastal location, it's a fantastic place for outdoor activities, inland or on the water. The area is ideal for hikers and bikers alike, suitable for leisurely strolls or challenging climbs.
Vigo has some of the best beaches in the Galicia region, giving opportunities for sunbathing and watersports including wind surfing, kit surfing and water skiing.
Vigo port facilities
The port of Vigo serves private fishing boats, commercial ferries and large cruiseliners. It is a central hub of Vigo's economy which allows the port to have fantastic facilities. There is a large terminal building with shops, restaurants and banking facilities.
Getting to Vigo
Vigo is approximately 29km from Pontevedra. The two cities are connected by the AP-9 toll road, and the journey takes approximately 30 minutes by car.
The train station Vigo Guixar is a 20 minute walk from the port and offers connections to Pontevedra. Taxi services are available to and from the port.