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Mirador de Monteferro, Nigran

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  • Despite the fact that access leaves much to be desired, I think that it is worth. At the top there is a great image in stone of the Virgen del Carmen. The views over the sea to impact. You have to find ideal points. Impress the immensity of the ocean – the Estelas.pequenas Islands, also called Centolos, at your feet. Bayonne opposite, but something far to go to swim. Very beautiful views among the pines. For andarina people, a beautiful trip is up and down walk. Years ago there was a military base on an Esplanade in the skirt of the mountain, and one of the daily exercises was down and up with all the accoutrements to whet your appetite.
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  • This is a place you should not miss, because you can see all the Ria of Vigo: from Baiona to Vigo. Front of the CIES, is the nearest place (after Cape home) where you can contemplate the natural paradise Illas Atlánticas (CIES). The islands which are to the foot of Monteferro contrails are called and are a place of rearing of fantastic crabs which you can taste in Panxón bars. If you want income tax of sandwich or pilgrimage with family, you also have public tables for eating. Do not pay much attention to the horrific monument built in the time of Franco, because the beautiful are the views. The sunset is awesome:
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  • The monument to the Universal Roman Gomez stands out. Along a path skirting the elephante becomes a few early 20th century military battery and an enclave of rock art "As small penisas", with incredible prints of feet and hands from the iron age. The views of the islas Estelas and the CIES is priceless as well as the coast of Nigrán and Baiona. Not to be missed
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  • Good place!
  • All services are great.
  • Friendly service. Located in a beautiful place, an environment of authentic privilege. The lack of hostel services make it a place of transit. Ideal for touring the area.
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  • Monteferro é unha península de terra e rocha que se proxecta cara ao mar preto de 1,5 km e cobre unha superficie de máis de 100 ha. Case todo o monte, que se eleva 147 m, é ocupado por área de bosque de piñeiros e eucaliptos en circulación. Na parte superior, podemos gozar dunha vista fantástica sobre o estuario da Ría de Bayona, así como ronseis e Illas Illas Cíes. Veremos tamén Monterreal Castelo en Bayonne e Cabo Silleiro máis ao sur. "Ferro" significa ferro, ea abundancia de mineral nome desta pequena montaña. Certamente este mineral é os antigos habitantes atraídos para a área. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Monteferro es una península de tierra y roca que se adentra en el mar casi 1,5 km y ocupa una extensión de más de 100 ha. Casi todo el montículo, que se eleva 147 m, está ocupado por superficie forestal en la que destacan los pinos y los eucaliptos. En lo alto, podremos disfrutar de fantásticas vistas de la bocana de la Ría de Bayona, así como de las Illas Estelas y de las Illas Cíes. También veremos el Castillo de Monterreal en Bayona y Cabo Silleiro más al Sur. “Ferro” significa hierro, y es por la abundancia de este mineral la denominación de este pequeño monte. Seguramente este mineral es el que atrajo a antiguos habitantes a la zona. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Monteferro is a peninsula of earth and rock that juts into the sea about 1.5 km and covers an area of over 100 ha. Almost all the mound, which rises 147 m, is occupied by forest area with outstanding pines and eucalyptus. At the top, we can enjoy fantastic views of the estuary of the Ria de Bayona, as well as stelae and Illas Illas Cies. We will also see Monterreal Castle in Bayonne and Cape Silleiro further south. "Ferro" means iron, and the abundance of this mineral the name of this small mountain. Surely this mineral is the ancient inhabitants attracted to the area.
  • I liked the price is quite affordable what I didn't like is that it is quite far from the otherwise excellent beach.
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