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Vigo can be said to be embraced by sea and mountain thank to its special geographical situation. One may practise an enormous variety of sports here (sailing, yacht races and boat competitions, sand sports, racket sports, cycling, trekking, etc.)

Being the main fishing port in the north of Spain, Vigo receives most of the Atlantic coastal and deep-sea fishing. This implies that its numerous restaurants and bars may get, and offer you, highest quality fish and seafood.

Surrounding areas...

You’ll love its landscapes full of green wooded valleys, and its amazing beaches. All along the length of its coastline, bathed by the Cantabrian Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, you’ll find areas of spectacular cliffs like those on A Costa da Morte, or the incredible Islas Atlánticas National Park. You’ll marvel at its many monuments such as the Tower of Hercules or Lugo’s city walls.

Galicia’s delicious gastronomy is one of its strong points, and features a variety of typical produce and dishes, including its shellfish, veal, octopus “a feira”, gammon with turnip greens or the almond tart known as “tarta de Santiago”.

And to drink what could be better than two of its most famous wines, Ribeiro and Albariño (which each have their own Wine Route) or the popular “queimada” (alcoholic spirits set alight in an earthenware bowl according to the typical ritual)




News from our small piece of Paradise:


Once a yacht docks in our facilities, we take care of all the arrangements in order that the crew have a wonderful time in Vigo & surrounding areas. From wine&food tasting trips, to surfing, nature walks, karting, sports, exciting nightouts, etc., everything is possible in Vigo.

From leisure activities to basic accommodation and cultural visits, all is taken care by Atollvic staff.


Mild climate

Vigo has mild winters and mostly dry summers. Night-time temperatures in winter are not remarkably cold, with pleasant daytime temperature values reaching maxima around 15ºC.

Summer absence of precipitation is outstanding, while temperature records are gentle, around 15-20ºC for the night-time values and 25-27ºC during the day.

Both autumn and spring temperature values in the city are similar to those recorded in Genoa and Viareggio.

Temperatures in the Ría of Vigo, except during summer months, are similar to those recorded at Porto Cervo and barely 2ºC biased in comparison to Palma. Summer typical values for the maxima round 25-27ºC.



Vigo has several marinas: the oldest and most central is the Real Club Nautico de Vigo Yacht Club, and there are others to the south, near the Bouzas dock.

All of Vigo’s marinas are equipped with the latest services and amenities: locker rooms, cafeteria, 24 hour crew service, repair shops and even heated swimming pools, terraces and day-care service.

The four main marinas in Vigo offer a thousand berths and several areas with anchor chains.

Marina Davila

The Marina Davila Sport is one of the most recent and modern marinas, with all kinds of services to cover the needs of the ship and its crew.

Marina Davila Sport provides berths with 24 hour vigilance, land facilities, a petrol station and parking for customers, all with great attention to detail.

Vigo’s most emblematic yacht club. It offers a great program of social, cultural and sporting activities, with some of the largest sailing and swimming competitions in Galicia.

The Real Club Náutico de Vigo marina has 436 berths in 12 docks, with water and electricity, a dry dock for 30 boats, as well as a sauna, exhibition hall, gym and nursery.

The Club Liceo Marítimo de Bouzas Marina has everything you need to enjoy a nautical trip to Vigo: 24 hour crew service for boats, free transfer from the anchorage to the port’s land facilities, 168 berths with water and electricity, 95 anchoring chains, a ramp for ground situations, locker rooms and a repair shop.



  • VIGO: just 20km away
  • PORTO: 150km
  • A CORUÑA: 155km