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Ferries Vigo

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Vigo ferries Connections and port services

Vigo is a city in the province of Pontevedra, located in northwestern Spain, on the southern shore of the Ria de Vigo, a well-known tourist center of the autonomous community of Galicia.

The port of Vigo is considered one of the most important on the Spanish Atlantic coast. Located in the Ria de Vigo, it is naturally protected by its location and has been exploited since Roman times for the development of maritime trade.

The current port is divided into a commercial port and a fishing port and is a key center for transatlantic cargo traffic, cruise ship activity and ferry connections with other cities in the Ria.

With ferries from the port of Vigo you can also set sail to discover the beautiful National Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia, formed by the Cies Islands, Ons Island and the small islands of Sálvora and Cortegada, and the archipelago of San Simón.

🚢 Departures from the port of Vigo.

The service is provided by the two companies Naviera Nabia and Mar de Ons.

Both ferries from Vigo sail to the neighboring Cíes Islands throughout the year and to the Island of Ons in the months and days of high season. 

Boat trips to San Simón Island only run from May to October, with some departures on special event holidays.

🛎️ Services in the Vigo port area

The city of Vigo has developed around its port, so the embarkation area is integrated into the city center.

Near the piers to the Galician Islands, there is a maritime station with all the ticket offices of the shipping companies and some services for passengers, such as bars, restaurants and toilets. There are parking spaces, where you can leave your vehicle to board the ferries to the islands.

In front of the maritime ticket office there is a shopping center with all the stores you may need.

Vigo ferries About Vigo

Before embarking to discover the wonders of the Galician Islands, take time to appreciate Vigo, its history and culture, and don't forget to enjoy the delicious gastronomy of the Rias Baixas!

Immerse yourself in the narrow streets of the city and admire characteristic historical buildings that blend seamlessly with modern architecture, such as the town hall, now Casa Galega da Cultura, which houses the treasures of the Galician language, the majestic Church of Santa Maria and the house of D. Casto Mendez, an important officer of the Spanish navy. We also recommend that you spend a few hours in the Mercado do Pedra de Vigo, where you can immerse yourself in the smells and colors of this wonderful city.

Also visit the Parque do Castro and the castle of the same name on the hill. You will be fascinated by the breathtaking view of the estuary, but if you want to relax after sightseeing, the beaches of Playa de Samil, Playa del Vao and O Adro are for you.

Vigo is a city that has a lot to offer and will certainly not leave you indifferent.

Book now with MrFerry one of the ferries to Vigo: endless beaches, huge green parks, a mild and pleasant climate all year round and a lively and contagious lifestyle await you.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Rúa Cánovas del Castillo, 5, 36202 Vigo, Pontevedra, España

GPS Coordinates: 42°14'29.7"N 8°43'39.5"W

The port of Vigo is located about 10 minutes drive from the train station and 15 minutes drive from the airport.

The port of Vigo is served by the A-55 and AP-9V highways.

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