Ref. 252 Luxury Villa Sonia
- Distance to Beach
- 0 km
1 Suite with bathroom (queen bed)
1 En-suite double bedroom (queen bed)
1 En -suite double bedroom (double bed), ideal for children
1 En-suite bathroom with bathtub
1 En-suite bathroom with bathtub
1 En-suite bathroom with shower
Boutique villa near Vigo and Pontevedra with stunning sea views from the garden and pool
The indoor spaces are beautifully decorated in a vintage style, with the lovely rooms with sea views.
Outside, the garden offers stunning views to the sea, a relaxing chill-out area and a seafront terrace where you can have lunch in the sunny summer days. The swimming pool* really boasts a very attractive spot overlooking great natural scenery.
* Pool not heated
- Internet WIFI
- Hair Dryer
- DVD Player
- Hydro-massage Bathtub
- Private Pool
- Private Pool 11m x 4 m
- Private Garden
- Private Parking
- Garden Furniture
- Sun Beds
- Sun Umbrellas
Kitchen & Cleaning
- End Cleaning
- Coffee Maker
- Electric/Induction Hob
- Bed Linen
- Washing Machine
- Kitchen Utensils
Distance to Town & Amenities
Town: 6 km
Restaurant: 500 m
Bar: 50 m
Beach: 300 m
Vigo Airport: 13 km
Santiago Airport: 89 km
Coruña Airport: 151 km
Porto Airport (North Portugal): 153 km
- Historical site
- Town centre
- Walk to restaurant
- Shopping centre
- Street market
Only 9km from Pontevedra, on the slope of the Morrazo peninsula and bathed in the Vigo Ria, you will find Vilaboa, a traditional fishing region composed of the fishing port of Santa Cristina de Cobres and the mussel port of San Adrián. Perhaps Vilaboa’s biggest attractions are the three nature preserves it shares with other regions: Cotorredondo, encompassing Castiñeiras Lake and a natural lookout over the rias; the cove of San Simón, a nature preserve teeming with bird life at the end of the Vigo Ria, the mouth of the Verdugo River; and the Morrazo mountains, with their characteristically Atlantic plant life. Besides these protected areas, you can marvel at the beauty of other natural spots, like the Domaio mountains, Vilaboa cove, and Barrio de Paredes, with the old Ulló saltworks, its deep valley crowded with pine, oak, willow, and birch trees, and the wetlands that serve as a refuge to a large colony of migratory birds.
Pontevedra is a city with a passion for culture and tradition. In recent years it has become almost completely pedestrianised, perfect for taking a stroll to enjoy the beautiful parks and squares and the many bars and restaurants.
The coastline is formed by the Rias Baixas which are dotted with picturesque fishing villages and highly attractive towns such as Baiona, Sanxenxo, O Grove and the Islands of Cíes and A Toja.
Cíes Islands are the Vigo estuary´s greatest treasure. An amazing National park internationally known for the most beautiful beach of the world: Rodas beach. The islands are full of unspoiled beaches with clear waters and spectacular sceneries such as the amazing cliffs that you can see from the lighthouse.
Sanxenxo and Portonovo has a young happening atmosphere with its busy beaches and modern bars.
O Grove is a pleasant fishing village with wide soft sandy beaches. Fresh seafood is a speciality here. O Grove is connected to the island of La Toja by a bridge. La Toja has a reputation for being exclusive and attracts wealthy residents and holiday makers alike. One of the main attractions here is the church which is completely covered in local sea shells.
The old quarter in Combarro has been declared Property of Cultural Interest. Combarro is famous for the crosses situated in the squares or crossroads, the figure of the Virgin Mary is usually facing the sea and Christ is facing the ground.
The long beautiful beaches of A Lanzada have fine sand and turquoise waters. Opposite the beach in the distance is the pretty Island of Ons, a popular destination for boat trips.
Within the province of Pontevedra there are many vineyards. The largest concentration of wineries is in Val do Salnes which surrounds the town of Cambados.