Ports

The Path of Sea of Mar Galaica in A Marina - Ortegal takes you from port to port to discover the culture of each seafaring people: from the small town where the fishing is already only a vague memory, until other in which the marine activity governs the life of its people.

PORT OF CEDEIRA

The town of Cedeira is divided into two parts by the Condomiñas river. The traditional streets preserve their...

PORT OF CARIÑO

Cariño is a small natural fishing harbour, sheltered within the bay. Three kilometres to the north of the town is...

PORT OF ESPASANTE

This is a typical coastal town whose main appeal lies in its two large beaches, A Cuncha and San Antonio, its...

PORT OF BARQUEIRO

At the end of the bay, between the sand bank of the Arealonga beach that is covered and uncovered by the tide, and...

PORT OF O VICEDO

At O Vicedo there is a combination of shoreline, ranging from rugged cliffs to beaches with fine sands or from...

BARES ANCHORAGE

The first mention of the port of Bares would appear to be in a document from 916, for King Ordoño II. The port is...

PORT OF CELEIRO

Small town separated from Viveiro by its port. There is a small beach next to the little picturesque fisher folk’s...

PORT OF PORTOCELO

The name comes from the Latin Portus Celo, or hidden port. This is because the port is in a hidden location at the...

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