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The Ria de Vigo is the most southern of the Galician Rias, benefitting from a slightly better climate because of its location. Protected across its entrance by the Islas Cies (part of the Atlantic Islands National Park), it provides a safe, sheltered harbour. It lies about 6nm from the entrance.

The Port of Vigo is ideally positioned and has, for many years, been the leading seafood port in Galicia. Vigo, which was first settled as a small fishing village, has become Galicia´s most populous city with successive areas of land having been reclaimed from the sea. Its origin as a fishing port has left the old town with an interesting maritime atmosphere.

Vigo is one of the top locations in Galicia for solving problems with a boat. All marine services are available here. The best way to find expertise is through the marinas who will have good knowledge of the most suitable people around. This is a good place to consider over-wintering your boat.

Baiona lies on the southern shore at the entrance to the Ria, about 4nm due south of the Islas Cies.

Position 42° 10.13'N, 08° 52.93'W (entrance to Ria de Vigo)

Position 42° 07.5'N, 08° 50.35'W (Baiona)


This is a Port of Entry.

See the Noonsite/Spain/Formalities page for details of how to clear into and out of the country.


The Ria is busy and industrial, however still has its quieter areas.

Marinas - Vigo
Vigo City on the south shore has 4 large marinas with visitors berths, however the trade off for being close to amenities is that all are located in busy commercial areas.

The Real Club Nautico de Vigo (shown right) partly isolates you in the marina whilst being the closest marina to the centre of the city, but some people prefer to be based elsewhere and visit Vigo using the many transport links available.

Surrounding Vigo within the Ria are several other marinas to consider. Many are private (and we have not listed these), however the small marinas at Cangas (Vigo´s beach town), Moana and San Adrian de Cobres on the north shore can host visting yachts. All are accesible by ferry from Vigo.

Marinas - Baiona

Baiona is one of the best and most picturesque harbours for visiting yachts and is a delightful Medieval town close to the Ria entrance.

There are two marinas here (see photo left taken by Kieran Higgs). On rounding the harbour breakwater is the Monte Real Clube de Yates (MRCY) and to port is the Puerto Deportivo de Baiona.

The Puerto Deportivo de Baiona marina tends to be where most visitors are directed on arrival and is the cheaper option for a pontoon berth (although prices are still high for this part of Spain). However, the facilities are not as good as at the MRCY and there is no security. Taking a mooring at the MRCY is a cheaper option.

There are numerous anchorages, the most attractive being near the entrance, especially on east side of Islas Cies (see below). Barra and Limens also offer pretty anchorages with white sandy beaches.

The large bay at the N end of the Ria, Ensenada de San Simon, is a haven of peace in a rural setting, sheltered from all winds. It is however a tidal lagoon, very shallow and therefore a good survey with tide table in hand is necessary to find enough water. It is also a good 12m from the Ria entrance. The best time to explore here is close to neap tides. There are moorings available here at Puerto Deportivo San Adrian de Cobres. The area around the marina and fishing quay at San Adrian is probably the best location in the bay for anchoring, at least 4m deep in mud.

Atlantic Islands National Park

Known as the "Galicia Caribbean" these Islands offer wonderful white sand, turquoise waters and great hiking, flora and fauna.

To visit the Islands (Cies, Salvora and Ons) in this national park, you have to first apply for a Navigation Permit which can be obtained online. You also have to apply for daily anchoring permits. See Restrictions for more details.

Alternatively you can catch a ferry to Cies and Ons between April and October from Baiona, Vigo and Cangas, and make a day visit by foot, or overnight at one of the campsites.

It is possible to anchor here without an advance permit, in case of emergency or bad weather.

Port Control - Vigo Practicos: VHF Channel 14
Harbour Master Vigo - Tel: +34 986 224001, Fax: +34 986 4348
Harbour Master Baiona - Tel:+34 986 355234, VHF Channel 16, 06

Last updated September 2017.

The marina at Monte Real Club de Yates, Baiona, taken by Kieran Higgs.

Vigo/Bouzas: Marina Davila Sport
(South of Vigo City) , Muelle de Reparaciones de Bouzas , 36208 Vigo, Pontevedra, Spain
Tel:+34 986 244 612 Fax:+34 986 206 809 ,VHF Channel 09
Opening hours: 24 hours, 365 days.
Also in Bouzas, but in the inner commercial harbour. Reception pontoon. Berthing on long, spacious pontoons for boats 8-150m. All facilities: fuel berth, laundry, WiFi, chandlery, bar and restaurant. Boatyard with 70 ton travel lift and comprehensive repair services, secure winter storage on hard standing.
Much better equipped than Liceo Maritimo but it does take 10 minutes on a bike to get out of the industrial estate and a further 5 minutes to get to the pleasant town of Bouzas. Vigo is another 30 minutes bike ride (or take taxi or bus).

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Yacht Clubs

Vigo: Real Club Náutico de Vigo
As Avenidas s/n 36202 , Vigo City Centre
Tel:+34 986 447 441 Fax:+34 986 449 697 ,VHF Channel 09 (24 hrs)
Opening hours: 1000-1400 and 1600-1900
Location: 42º 14.5'N 008º 43.4'W.
All facilities, reception pontoon (port side on entry), harbour masters office, fuel dock, boatyard with 32 ton travel hoist, repairs, laundry, bars, restaurants, swimming pool (closed August), gym, clubhouse with WiFi. Key card security and CCTV. Busy high season, advance booking recommended. Perfect location for best of the sights, close to all amenities including repair facilities and close to main station. Slight swell during day due to close proximity to commercial port.
consprenger says:
Oct 02, 2018 05:18 PM

We took a 3 month contract in Real Club Nautico de Vigo and used it as our home base to explore this beautiful part of Spain. We cannot speak highly enough of the staff at this yacht club, especially David Vilas. We had a problem with our generator, I e-mailed David around noon from our anchorage about 1 hours sail away, he promptly replied that a mechanic would be on the dock at 4 Pm waiting for us.
This marina is right in the heart of Vigo, a vibrant city that has much to offer, almost everything is in walking distance around the marina, good transportation access also, planes, train, and busses.
The big advantage of having a home base was to be able to charge batteries, take on fresh water, replenish food and have a safe berth when the weather turned nasty. Some of the worlds best beaches are within 1.5 hours sail.

DBlackwell says:
Sep 07, 2017 03:01 PM

The anchoring permit for the Islas (Cies, Salvora and Ons) can be obtained online well in advance. You must print it out and have it on board for inspection on request. You will receive it via return email. It is valid for up to two years. Then, you must apply for daily permits for each day you plan to spend in the Islas Atlanticas within two weeks of going there. The Islas have free wifi so you can actually apply as you arrive. But keep in mind that the number of visiting yachts is restricted and you may not get your chosen dates.

The Islas Cies are very crowded getting millions of visitors every year. The closer you get to the ferry terminal the more crowded the beaches are, especially since the Guardian selected the main beach as the most beautiful in the world. The south end of the middle island has a lovely protected anchorage and a tiny beach on which to land your dinghy. Lovely walks on the island.

The Islas Ons are topographically less interesting but much less crowded and with a lovely anchorage towards the north end which is a hike from the village. The ferry drops people off at the village at the middle of the island where there are several restaurants and moorings packed very close together. The moorings are necessary as the water is very deep and the bottom rocky there.

Salvora was our favourite. Nice anchorage, pretty little beach (at low tide), a castle/museum right on the harbour, a lovely statue on a rock in the harbour, wild horses running free on the island, a lighthouse, a deserted village and the sword in the stone. You have to see it to understand. Lovely rock formations. Geologically young islands. Good snorkeling but cold water.

DBlackwell says:
Sep 07, 2017 02:50 PM

The Marina Davila Sport is in a huge industrial estate and VERY far from everything but could be a good option for overwintering. We found the staff there unpleasant compared to other places. You'd need a bicycle just to get out of the industrial estate. Ten minute ride out and then another 5 min to pleasant town of Bouzos. Good chandlery there. Vigo is another 30 minutes bike ride or taxi.

Punta Lagoa Marina is another marina worth considering for overwintering, also far out of town but 10 minutes from the airport. It has space for larger vessels and many foreign boats stop there on their travels. It has a boatyard and large travelift as well as in water storage. It is worth negotiating the price. There is nothing else on site. They had a restaurant but did not receive planning permission so had to remove it. The closest town with two supermarkets, a launderette, butcher, baker, hardware store etc is about a 20 minute walk straight up a mountain. Lovely views. €5 taxi ride. The tiny restaurant at the top of the hill (10 min walk) is delightful. Fresh fish only and you get to pick your catch from the daily display. The staff at Punta Lagoa are very helpful and will call taxis, print tickets, etc on request.

DBlackwell says:
Sep 07, 2017 02:41 PM

We loved the Club Nautico Marina in Vigo. Admittedly, the space is tight inside and larger yachts can have a bit of a challenge getting around. It has a nice clubhouse with good wifi. And it is right in the center of the old city. Walk to many restaurants and shops. There's a fantastic computer operated launderette not too far up and near the supermarkets and more restaurants. The club also has a large swimming pool which is closed in August. There is a bit of a swell as the ferries come in to the commercial harbour next door but not at night. We found it overall very pleasant and stayed four nights.

Ingmar says:
Aug 24, 2017 01:43 AM

Puerto Deportivo Baiona had ample space on finger pontoons with electricity and water. Price was a rather expensive €43.54 a night - charged us for 14m (we're 12.2m). Toilets/showers simple but adequate. Wifi very slow and poor reception on outer pontoons. Fuel pontoon is near the slipway on the alongside pontoons and in a fairly shallow spot. Laundry can be done at nearby "Wash-up" self-service launderette in town (turn left as you exit marina). Marina gates are unsecured and locals have been observed docking at free finger pontoons to take on crew, water and even wash their decks during siesta :-)

Town has good shopping including a chandlery across the road from the marina. Explore the small back alleys and climb up the built-up cliff for a good view of the area. The castle is worth a visit and offers a nice walk along the battlements (€1 per person).

Anchoring possible just off the mooring field east of Puerto Deportivo or off the beach with the bungalows (Playa de Ladeira) if there is no swell. In this area you can pick up free Wifi from the bungalows.

Kevin Chilvers
Kevin Chilvers says:
Aug 27, 2014 10:39 PM

We found Cangas marina good value. The Capitan was very helpful and the town quiet yet access to Vigo easy and cheap via a regular ferry. Much better than the huge impersonal and expensive marinas across the water.

MichaelK says:
Aug 12, 2014 09:41 PM

Baiona 08/2014: As mentioned above the Monte Real Club de Yates is quite expensiv (€62 for 14m) while the Puerto Deportivo is only €42. We spent only the first night in the Club and moved for our remaining stay over to the Puerto Deportivo. Facilities in the club are admittedly better. If you take a berth with a mooring in the Club instead of one with a finger pontoon, prices are comparable.

On the outer visitor pontoons in Puerto Deportivo they have only the 32A electricity plugs. Bigger diameter than the standard CEE. We were offered an adapter for €50 deposit, but as we encountered this type of plugs regularly now we bought one for 36 in the adjoining chandlery.

There is a laundry in the club for €12,50 (goes with the berth price I guess) but no in the Puerto Deportivo. There is one in town close by, but that one is no self service.

Rozavel says:
Mar 21, 2014 11:15 AM

Hello, just to give you some details on the Cangas Marina, operated by the club Nautico de Rodeira. The VHF channel to call the "marineros" is Channel 06 (not 09 as noted on your site and as the most spanish and french marinas). Regarding accomodation and facilities - the Harbour Office has all the necessary showers-lavatories-toilets, a sport standard but clean and correctly maintained. Wifi is available, good reception rate in the office and at the bar, you will surely need an aerial to receive it at your pontoon. As for the yacht length, we wintered since september here, with our Kelly Peterson 44 Cutter, currently there's also a Dufour 42,5 at a permanent place in the marina and some large yachts, 11 to 13 meters long. No place for the catamarans, as some friends of ours tried to come into the harbour in octobre and the team refused them. They stayed in the Marina Davila Sport harbour, great facilities but really far from Central Vigo (bus or taxi, but a 15-20 minute walk to the center of Bouzas where public transport is available)
In Cangas they have a quite good shipchandler (Ibericamar, and a ferreteria-chandlery, lots of fishing and maintenance articles, painting, resin, some boat chandlery and lots of ropes and tools, Central de Efectos Navales, 5 minutes walk not far from the fishing harbour, while going to the Masso industrial site.
Nathalie & Florin, Roz Avel, Kelly Peterson 44 cutter

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