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    The Best Boat Rentals in Vigo, Spain

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    Boating Guide - Vigo

    What to know about renting a boat in Vigo, Spain

    With its location on an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, Vigo is a fantastic place in Northern Spain to rent a boat. The water of the Atlantic near Vigo offers great cruising opportunities. Renting a powerboat or a motor yacht is a great way to take advantage of this seaside city and see it from a new perspective. A great day trip to take by boat from Vigo is to the Cies Islands, a nearby archipelago of islands of white sand and turquoise waters.

    For larger groups, a chartered yacht or power boat with a captain will give you all the freedom to explore where you want to without the stress of driving the boat. Bring lunch onboard and stop for a swim with your family and travel mates. Your captain can take you to great beaches and other spots around the coast of Vigo.

    If you prefer wind over motor for getting around, there are lots of monohull and catamaran sailboats for rent in Vigo. If you are an experienced sailor, you can take out a boat on your own, or you can hire a skipper to help you sail on the sea. Enjoy a day sunbathing on a sailboat, cruising past gorgeous beaches in the Atlantic and bays around Vigo.

    To fulfill a need for an adrenaline rush, check out renting a jet ski while in Vigo. Rent for a few hours of flying through the waves and racing with your friends in the open ocean. Other exciting water sports you can try include parasailing, flyboarding, and tubing. Windsports like kiteboarding are also very popular in Vigo. You can take a lesson and learn this awesome sport with a professional. Rent a surfboard and spend a few hours playings in the waves. There are many options for adventurous travelers!

    For sporty travelers looking to incorporate fitness into their travels, renting a kayak or a stand-up paddleboard while in Vigo is a great idea. You can explore different beaches, take a guided sea kayak tour, try yoga on a paddleboard or just paddle at your leisure around the coastline. It’s a great workout and way to get some sun and exercise while having fun on vacation.

    Boating Events in Vigo

    Boat parties leave from Vigo are a popular choice for visitors to the city. Leave on a yacht or a schooner for a day of drinks, music, and dancing onboard as you sail around the Atlantic. They are ongoing, fun experiences to have while in Vigo.

    Other Things To Do

    While on land in Vigo (or any part of Galicia) experiencing the food culture is essential for all visitors. Seafood is the specialty of this region, so if you get rained out on a day, pop into the many bars and restaurants of Vigo to enjoy tasty food and drinks. There are also many bars and clubs, contributing to the great nightlife scene in Vigo.

    For museum enthusiasts, the Sea Museum of Galicia and the Municipal Museum of Galicia are two great spots to check out. The municipal museum has a large collection of art.

    Wandering around the streets of Vigo is a wonderful way to spend a day. There are lots of charming streets to explore, gorgeous cathedrals to stop into, and lovely views to be had around this seaside city. Be sure to check out Santa Maria Church in the city center and the San Francisco Church.

    Marinas in Vigo

    There are many marinas located along the coast of Vigo. Marina Davila Sport, Port Vigo, Porto de Chapela, and Puerto de Vigo Cies are some of the primary marinas with hundreds of boats in their berths. The facilities are modern with all the necessary amenities for boaters. There are nearby restaurants and it’s they are beautiful places to go for a walk and enjoy a sunset.

    About Vigo

    Vigo is a city in the northwestern community of Galicia in Spain. It’s the largest city in the region and is historically a fishing port, full of cultural heritage and interesting things to see. It was originally a seaport during the Roman Empire, and ruins from the reign are still visible today.

    The best time of year to visit Galicia is during the summer, but this region of Spain does see sporadic rainfall throughout the year. There is no wet and dry season, but summer will give you a better chance of sunny days and warm weather. The winters in this region are cold and rainy.

    To get to Vigo, you can catch a flight directly to the Vigo airport, or to nearby Santiago de Compostela and A Coruña. The best way to get around is by car rental, but you can also navigate the region of Galicia by bus and train.

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