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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
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Baiona, in the Spanish province of Pontevedra, connects mainland Spain to the Cies Islands with Mar de Ons. Baiona ferries can be booked with AFerry.
See below for timetable information and for details on how to reach Baiona, and the port facilities you can expect to find when you get there.
Ferries to and from Baiona
Mar de Ons ships are built to the highest standard and have all amenities on board. Outside decks allow passengers to take in the breathtaking views of the islands and the Galician Coast. Inside the vessels, comfortable seating is available and there is an onboard café serving hot and cold refreshments and snacks.
Baiona is a popular tourist town in the province of Pontevedra, in the municipality of Galicia. Baiona has a rich medieval history which draws in thousands of tourists over the summer, which drives the majority of the town's economy.
Things to see in Bainoa include a quaint, charming fishing port, a number of secluded yet appealing beaches, and of course the well preserved historical buildings, including the Castelo de Monterreal which offers stunning views of Baiona and the surrounding coastline.
Baiona port facilities
Baiona port has a terminal building with limited facilities. The town is just a short walk away where you will find all the amenities you need.
Getting to Baiona
Baiona is on the West coast of Spain, just 58km from Pontevedra. From central Pontevedra, take the AP-9 and AG-57 toll roads to reach Baiona.