Baiona ferry port in Spain connects you with Cies Islands in Spain with a choice of up to 9 ferry crossings per day. The duration of the Baiona to Cies Islands crossing is from 40 minutes and the crossing is operated by Naviera Nabia & Mar de Ons.
In the province of Portevedra, an area within the mountainous north-west corner of Spain, is the coastal town of Baiona. Blessed with a rich medieval history, embodied by the turreted towers of the 16th century Monterreal Castle, Baiona is a vastly popular holiday destination for those yearning to explore the labyrinth of downtown streets and the charming coastline walks that follow the thread of crenellated walls along the coast.
The port of Baiona is located in the north of town. The ferry terminal is sandwiched between two crowded marinas on a pier that stretches into the warm waters of a natural Atlantic Ocean bay. Very few facilities exist at the port, save for a small car-park and a neatly ordered terminal building that allows for the smooth movement of passengers.
There are a number of convenient transport routes that lead to and from the harbour. The major city of Vigo, the largest settlement in Portevedra, is just over half an hour east along the AG-57 dual-carriageway; a route that is regularly traversed by buses. A taxi rank can also be found directly outside the entrance to the pier, offering journeys deeper into the historic town centre.
Two services currently operate from the Baiona, with both Naviera Nabia and Mar de Ons ferries sailing the short journey north to the craggy shores of the Cies Islands a number of times throughout the day.
Rúa Alférez Barreiro, 5, 36300 Baiona, Pontevedra, Spain
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