Sanxenxo ferry port in Spain connects you with Ons Island in Spain with a choice of up to 6 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Sanxenxo to Ons Island crossing is from 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by Mar de Ons.
Sanxenxo is a municipality in Galicia, situated right on the north west coast of Spain, laying just above the Portuguese border. The only ferry route departing the port is to Ons Island, which is located just to the west of the Spanish mainland.
If you’re looking for your typical Spanish holiday, consisting of glorious sunshine, golden stretches of sand and modern hotels – Sanxenxo is your place. Anyone looking for a metropolis of art galleries and quaint cafes may be best advised to head elsewhere. Spain’s northwest coast is the perfect place for a family holiday - little action happens outside of the hotels - most choose to spend their time sunbathing underneath the Mediterranean sun and swimming in the fresh blue water. After a long day amidst the blistering heat, enjoy some quintessential Spanish cuisine at the hotel restaurants.
In the colder months, the resorts are understandably a little quieter than the peak of summer, yet when the sun rises so does the number of tourists, so it is worthwhile booking a hotel well in advance.
The resorts are in close proximity to the beach and the hotels are compact enough to cover by foot.