Know all about National Maritime Park of Galicia's Atlantics Islands
In the mouths of Arousa, Pontevedra and Vigo, the main ones of the Rías Baixas de Galicia, archipelagos with impressive cliffs, dunes, beaches and marine bottoms of great biological wealth unfold. From north to south we find Cortegada Island, Sálvora Island, the Archipelago of Ons and the Archipelago of Cies, the most known by all, which is declared a Natural Park and one of its beaches, Rhodes, was chosen the best beach in the world a few years ago by the The Guardian newspaper.
If you want to enjoy this maritime-terrestrial ecosystem, which features a large laurel forest, numerous marine algae, mollusks, corals, anemones, and a fauna represented by birds, such as the yellow-legged gulls, you can take a boat trip to the islands Cíes and Ons in Semana Santa, weekends in May, from Vigo, Baiona, Cangas de Morrazo, Bueu, Marín, Sanxenxo or Portonovo. Prepare your visit in one of the Rusticae boutique hotels and houses in Pontevedra, the closest are: Quinta de San Amaro, Casa Baiona or Casa A Xesteira. Nearby are also Casa A Pedreira (Cuntis) and Torre do Río (Caldas de Rei)