San Simon Island ferry port in Spain connects you with Vigo in Spain with a choice of up to 1 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the San Simon Island to Vigo crossing is from 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by Naviera Nabia.
Sam Simon Island lays just off the northwest coast of Spain, and is partly joined by bridge to San Anotn. The ferry routes departing the port act as the gateway to the mainland, crossing over the Ria de Vigo stretch of water to Vigo and Cangas.
The history of San Simon Island is wide and diverse; over the previous centuries it has been used as a place for prisoners, injured victims of the civil war, a haven for shipwrecked passengers and an orphanage for the children of sailors. In recent times it has held no particular purpose other than to welcome visitors onto the island to witness the remnants of its abstract past. Guided tours run throughout much of the year, which have proved to be a popular choice for anyone with a penchant for history. The glorious greenery and incredible views of the mountainside of the Spanish mainland also make the journey there particularly worthwhile.
Other than the tours, there is very little to do on the island other than explore the verdant foliage and refreshingly natural environment. Most only stay for a few hours, which is more than enough time to cover every inch of the land.