Ref. 310 Luxury Villa Victor
- Distance to Beach
- 10-20 km
2 Weeks Stay Discount
Coupon Code: 2WEEKS
1 En-suite Double (Queen size bed)
3 Twin bedrooms (1 en-suite and 2 sharing a bath)
1 Extra bed
Downstairs: 1 Twin bedroom with 1 bathroom (suitable for wheelchairs)
Upstairs: 2 Twin bedrooms that share a bathroom with shower and a separate toilet. They also share a living room.
1 King-size bed, bathroom with rounded bathtub, shower and 2 sinks. This suite has three terraces and a lounge suite.
Downstairs: 1 bathroom with shower and 1 toilet
Upstairs: 2 showers, 1 bathtub, 2 toilets
Sleeps 8 + 1 optional extra bed
Nestling in the picturesque valley of Tebra with stunning views, this villa is just a short 15 minutes drive to the beaches of Baiona.
The luxurious villa boasts a private pool in its own grounds, and has a very modern interior design with every detail crafted to perfection.
The designer red kitchen is fully equipped with the most advanced appliances and automatic cleaning systems.
Every piece of furniture, linen and decorative object is of high quality and provides a feeling of sensational harmony.
In the spacious lounge there is a large chaise-longue as well as a dining table that sits 12 people for those perfect family meals.
A piano is also available in the lounge for the creative musical types. You'll be able to enjoy a spectacular view whilst playing the piano with the large glass windows and doors. This leads straight through to the porch and garden where you can relax on the sun loungers or enjoy a sizzling barbecue.
This luxury villa is the ideal family holiday. The property will provide you with complate privacy, but you will also be close to the village town centre with its restaurants, shops and its various amenities. Only a short 4km drive away, you will also find the main town of Tomiño.
With a longer than average summertime and situated less than 20 minutes from the beautiful bay of Baiona, you will find one of Spain's most prized destinations - a coastline which is famed for its soft sandy beaches. It is said that you can visit a different beach here every day of the year!
Baiona is where the real Spain can be found, so much so that the Spanish themselves come here to holiday every year.
*Swimming Pool heated
- Internet WIFI
- 1 Extra Bed
- Hair Dryer
- DVD Player
- Private Pool 8m x 4m
- Private Garden
- Private Parking
- Free Parking
- Garden Furniture
- Sun Beds
- Sun Umbrellas
Kitchen & Cleaning
- End Cleaning
- Electric Stove
- Bed Linen
- Sun Umbrella
- Washing Machine
Distance to Town & Amenities
Vigo Airport: 44km,
Santiago Airport: 132km
Coruña Airport: 194km
Porto Airport (North Portugal): 112km
- Historical site
At the southernmost point of the Galicia near the coast and on the border with neighboring Portugal, is the region of Tomiño. Its magnificent location allows you to enjoy all the advantages conferred by the confluence of maritime, ocean, mountain, and river environments. The Miño estuary is fundamental to this natural setting; its great ecological richness, and most especially its bird population, has caused many biologists to think of it as the Doñana of Galicia.
Near Tomiño we found A Guarda that offers the visitors wonderful sea beaches and, in the Miño, the exceptional fluvial beach of Camposancos. Another singular characteristic is its landscape diversity, which can be watched in all its magnitude from the natural viewpoints of the mountains of Tegra and Torroso. But without any doubt, one of the most outstanding attractive things is the estuary of the Miño, with singular wet areas that shelter a valuable richness. In this protected natural space you can see several bird species of different situation in the peninsular Northwest.
Mount Santa Tegra
One of the best-known places in the region is undoubtedly Mount Santa Tegra. No one who visits this marvelous spot will come away disappointed. Landscapes, hiking, and history come together in perfect harmony on this famous mountain to ensure the enjoyment of anyone who comes to visit. From its summit you can marvel at the finest views of the Miño estuary and the neighboring lands of Portugal. The climb up the mountain includes a stop at the citania, one of the best examples of the fort-building culture in Galicia, and a declared Artistic Historic Landmark. Only a few steps away from the museum there is a small chapel that was erected in honor of the saint who gives the mountain its name; every year the Procession of the Vow is celebrated here in memory of the end of a prolonged drought thanks to the intervention of the Virgin. And you can’t come down off the mountain without have walked at least part of the Way of the Cross built into its slope.
Baiona is an obligatory stop for pilgrims and the quintessential vacation area of the southern Rías Baixas. It is immersed in a rugged landscape comprising the Bay of Baiona and the Miñor and Grova Rivers. This natural setting has resulted in the declaration of many nature preserves, including the Miñor River wetlands, Mount Grova, and the Estelas Islands. Baiona means history and art, but also sports and fun. The town has a large recreational port and a Nautical Club that periodically organizes different activities like sailing, surfing, catamaran, and SCUBA diving classes. After a day spent relaxing on the beach, sampling the local cuisine, sailing, hiking, and enjoying the fantastic views and heritage, comes the nighttime – the time to go out and have some fun. And in Baiona having fun is inescapable, in fact in summer much of the population of Vigo makes its way over to Baiona to enjoy nights out at the many bars, pubs, and discos open for business there. Pinta Caravel Museum
Baiona was the first port in Europe to have notice of the discovering of America. On March 1st 1493, the caravel Pinta, skippered by Martín Alonso Pinzón. moored at these waters. With the celebration of the 5th Centenary of the Discovering, a replica of the ship was built that remains moored, for visitors, at one of the docks. The "Pinta" was the most sailing boat out of the three ships used by Columbus and frequently had to wait for the other two during the historical journey, also due to Captain Pinzon´s skills. On October 8th, fighting for arriving first to discover new lands, it reached a speed of 15 miles/hour, superior to what now can reach a mid-steam merchant boat. The caravel "Pinta" brought several freight goods: gold, corn, yuca, frijol, peanut, cinnamon, cotton, tobacco, plants, animals and tools.
The Medieval Town of Tui
The town, which since 1623 has had the title of very noble and very loyal, to which they added in 1885 the title of excellent council, since its legendary Greek foundation, it has been chosen by kings, saints and noblemen to live or rest here. From this medieval past, as well as from its hill-fort period or its Episcopal tradition, it conserves streets, monuments and part of its walls.
Perhaps the monument that sparks the greatest pride among residents of Tui and all Galicia is its cathedral, which was begun in 1120. Despite originally being conceived as a Romanesque building, in the end it was completed in the Gothic style. Pause to marvel at its beautiful portico, before stepping in to admire the chapels (Sacramento, Capilla Mayor, and San Telmo), the choir, the organ, the archive, and the cloister.
Tui’s natural setting is without a doubt one of its biggest attractions. There you will find Monte Aloia Natural Park, where you can take in the magnificent landscapes along the various hiking trails or from its many high vantage points, with views of the Louro and Miñor valleys and even, when weather permits, of the Vigo Ria. To round off your stay and recover from the effort of sightseeing in the city, what could be better than a visit to Tui’s Caldelas Spa.