Ilhas cies 2021

ilhas cies 2021

How to request authorization to travel to the Cíes Islands in 2021?

The Xunta de Galicia enables the website to request authorization to travel to the Cíes Islands and Ons Island in 2021. As of May 15, you can travel to the Cíes and Ons Islands. Remember to follow the steps to be able to travel without problems through our website.

Where are the Cíes Islands?

Natural paradise in the Vigo estuary, the Cíes Islands are part of the maritime-terrestrial Natural Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia. This archipelago is made up of three islands: North or Monteagudo, Del Medio or do Faro, and South or San Martiño. The first two are linked by the sandy area of ​​Playa de Rodas and a breakwater.

What makes the Cíes Islands so special?

The first two are linked by the sandy area of ​​Playa de Rodas and a breakwater. The Cíes Islands were declared a Natural Park in 1980 and included in the National Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia created in 2002. The Cíes Islands promise the visitor an excellent excursion in a highly protected natural space to fully enjoy nature.

How to travel to the Cíes and Ons Islands?

As of May 15, you can travel to the Cíes and Ons Islands. Remember to follow the steps to be able to travel without problems through our website. STEP 1: Ask for your authorization. STEP 2: Reserve your ticket. Important. Important: The authorization for your visit can be made 90 days in advance. You can cancel it up to 15 days before your visit.

How to get a visit permit for ons and Cíes Islands?

If you want to travel to either Ons Island or the Cíes Islands you need to check the daily availability on the Regional Government website, as both islands have a limit on daily visits. You can find here the steps to follow and get the visit permit for as many days as you need. You can find the website to get de authorization below.

How many islands are in the Cíes Islands?

This archipelago is made up of three islands: North or Monteagudo, Del Medio or do Faro, and South or San Martiño. The first two are linked by the sandy area of ​​Playa de Rodas and a breakwater. The Cíes Islands were declared a Natural Park in 1980 and included in the National Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia created in 2002.

Can I use a private boat in the Cíes Islands?

If you decide to use a private boat it requires obtaining an anchoring permit. You also have to request permission to scuba dive in its waters. We invite you to use Vigo as a starting or even ending point to your Cíes Islands visit.

Why visit the Cíes Islands?

The Cíes Islands were declared a Natural Park in 1980 and included in the National Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia created in 2002. The Cíes Islands promise the visitor an excellent excursion in a highly protected natural space to fully enjoy nature.

Why visit the Cíes Islands?

The Cíes are part of the Atlantic Islands National Park, a beach paradise with crystalline waters, in a natural environment that makes it a unique wildlife observatory. A visit to the Cíes is ideal for hiking with your family or for a getaway in search of quiet and unspoilt beaches.

Where are the Cíes Islands?

The Cíes Islands are an archipelago off the coast of Pontevedra in Galicia (Spain), in the mouth of the Ria de Vigo.

Can you walk on the Cíes Islands?

There are several walking routes and the islands are popular with hikers and birdwatchers, particularly in the autumn. Since 2002, the Cíes have been part of the Galician Atlantic Islands National Park, which means that the land and the surrounding sea are highly protected – 86 per cent of the park is underwater.

What are the Cíes in Portugal?

The Cíes consist of three islands, Monteagudo (Sharp Mount or North Island), do Faro (Lighthouse Island, or Illa do Medio, Middle Island) and San Martiño (Saint Martin or South Island).

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