Mar de Ons is the main ferry operator on the Galician coast in northwest Spain, offering frequent routes from the cities of Vigo, Cangas and Baiona to the islands of Ons, San Simon and the Cies archipelago.
Established in 1993, Mar de Ons has since become the region’s leading ferry company, serving over a million passengers annually, 365 days a year. Today, they boast the largest and most modern fleet on the Galician coast, comprising 10 large catamarans.
Each vessel is fully equipped with the latest safety technology, spacious outdoor decks, excellent toilet facilities and large cafeterias serving a wide range of refreshments.
The excellent quality of service provided by Mar de Ons has been recognised by the Rias Baixas Provincial tourism board, who recently granted them the distinction of ‘Commitment to Quality Tourism’, which means you’re guaranteed a superb standard of customer service on your cruise to and from the beautiful Galician islands.
Directferries.co.uk allows you to compare Mar de Ons timetables and fares with all alternative ferry operators before deciding on the best option for your trip.
"Wonderful Trip. Excellent Price."
The island was beautiful, white sand, clear blue sea and beautiful trees. The Princess Cruise excursion was too expensive so I searched for ferries from Vigo. My one concern was the distance from the cruise ship to the ferry. I Emailed DF and within minutes received a very friendly reply informing me that it was a couple of minutes walk. We booked on line and paid £31 for two people. It would have cost us £122 had we gone with Princess - a saving of £91. We had a very enjoyable trip on the ferry and can thoroughly recommend Direct Ferries. Cannot comment on the catering, as we did not use it.Read More Read Less
The trip over to the Cies Island on the ferry was excellent the ferry was fast and efficient. It costs far less than an excursion from a cruise ship. The island was beautiful and the weather good. The only downside was there wasn't enough time to enjoy the whole island, if they could extend the time ashore I would be willing to pay extra!Read More Read Less