Things to see and do - Baiona
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Baiona Travel guide
Baiona : Michelin's recommendations
The vast bay of Baiona lies at the mouth of the Ría de Vigo, between two rocky peninsulas protecting the port: Monte Ferro to the north and Monterreal to the south. It was here, on 10 March 1493, that La Pinta, one of Christopher Columbus' three caravels, came ashore, captained by Martín Alonso Pinzón, the first to declare that the New World had been discovered. The town was a major commercial and maritime centre in the 16C and 17C. Today, Baiena is a bustling resort with a charming old quarter.
Tourist attractions Baiona : Things to see and do
E - 36300 Baiona
The Catholic monarchs had the walls of the almost-island of Monterreal burnt down at the start of the 16C. In the middle of a pleasant pine forest, the fort, where the town governor used to live, has been converted into a Parador. You are recommended..
Plaza Pedro de Castro, 1 E - 36300 Baiona
Elduayen, 21 E - 36300 Baiona
Prix Prices from : 80 €
Set next to Baiona Harbour, Hotel Pinzón is next to Ribiera Beach. It features a 24-hour reception and a café with a terrace. Each simply decorated room at Hotel Pinzón has cable TV. There is also a private bathroom. Guests can enjoy breakfast in t..
Alferez Barreiro, 3 E - 36300 Baiona
Located in Baiona, Hotel Cais is just 50 metres from the harbour with regular crossing to the Cíes Isles. There is a 24-hour reception desk and free Wi-Fi is available throughout. All heated rooms at Hotel Cais include a flat-screen TV and a private..
Faro Silleiro E - 36309 Santa María de Oia
Iglesia Louzans 60 E - 36308 Baiña
From its hillside location, the Paco Durán boasts incredible views of Baiona and the local rías. In the completely glass-fronted dining room, diners can enjoy a varied selection of well-prepared traditional dishes, including fish, seafood and grilled..
Castelo Monterreal E - 36300 Baiona