A completely new catamaran so that you can enter a sailing paradise such as Galicia.
Let yourself be seduced by a week of sailing in an environment where nature prevails over everything else, where the green of its forests meet the blue of its waters. We propose a few days of crossing the four Rías Baixas. An example could be the following.
Leaving in the historic town of Baiona, where one of the Pinzón brothers arrived aboard the caravel La Pinta after the discovery of a new continent, we would head towards the archipelago of the Cíes Islands, undoubtedly the greatest exponent of the Illas National Park. Atlantic of Galicia. There, anchored in Rodas Beach, classified by The Guardian as "the best beach in the world", we can dive into its crystal clear turquoise waters, go ashore and take a walk on its fine white sand, or opt for one of the many routes from which to contemplate its impressive cliffs or privileged views of the Ría de Vigo, or let yourself be hypnotized by a magical sunset over the Atlantic.
Navigating the Ría de Vigo will allow us to get to know the City of Vigo from the sea, as well as the possibility of stopping off at one of the fabulous Morrazo beaches such as Barra or Limens, or at one of its 7 marinas and taste a magnificent Galician gastronomy based on fresh fish and seafood.
We will be able to pass under the Rande bridge and in front of the Island of San Simón immerse ourselves with Jules Verne in one of the episodes of Twenty Leagues Under the Sea in which Captain Nemo on board the submarine Nautilus found the treasure of gold from the galleons Spanish sunk after the battle of Rande.
Let's leave the Ría de Vigo through its northern mouth towards the small Ría de Aldán with beautiful beaches to anchor to enjoy an environment of high scenic value.
From there we will head to Ons Island where we can visit O Burato do Inferno and taste a good portion of octopus.
Also in the Ría de Pontevedra we cannot miss the town of Combarro famous for its granaries at the foot of the sea.
We continue north and we recommend a stop in San Vicente del Mar before entering the largest of the Galician estuaries, the Ría de Arousa.
The landscape of Arousa is dotted with large rounded granite formations product of the erosion of the sea, a multitude of small islands such as Noro, Rúa, Sálvora with its lighthouse and the remains of its old town, the Xidoiro Areoso in which we will have the impression of be on a desert island in the Caribbean.
Larger are the Isla de Arousa, where it is worth stopping to savor the best seafood in Galicia, and the Isla de Cortegada with its magical Laurel forest.
If we still want more, we will go up to the Ría de Muros Noia where we can stop at the fishing village of Muros and walk through its lost streets, or take a jump to the other bank of the estuary and visit the old Celtic town of Castro de Baroña.
Without a doubt, a wide range of possibilities where you can enjoy sailing, nature, gastronomy and relaxation in the paradise of the Galician Rías Bajas.