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Moaña is located on the Rias Baixas coast in the province of Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain. This charming fishing village is considered one of the most attractive places to stay in Galicia, due to its important cultural heritage, stunning beaches, and of course, amazing local gastronomy!
There is no shortage of things to do in Moaña, in a past blog post we suggested the Top 8 Things to do in Moaña, Galicia, Spain. For active travellers you can walk numerous nature walking trails like the Fraga River Trail even the lost variant trail of the Camino de Santiago (St. James Way) through Moaña and over the hills of O Morrazo. This village is a food lovers paradise, learn about the Sustainable mussel farms (Bateas), and of course, taste them at one of the many recommended places to eat in Moaña. Even take a hands-on cooking class with a local chef to learn some signature seafood dishes of Galicia. Those who enjoy being on the sea could take a boat ride to the Cies lslands an Atlantic nature park, or just sit on the golden beach of Xunqueira, soaking up the relaxing atmosphere Moaña has to offer.
Below we have gathered up a list of the 8 Best Hotels & Unique Accommodations to stay at in Moaña, Galicia recommended by our E&W Destination Experts. From hotels to country houses that you can choose from while you are on vacation in the fishing village of Moaña:
Located in the O Rosal residential area of Moaña. This 4-star hotel has a total of 51 rooms, 49 double rooms, and 2 Junior Suites. It is a great option to relax and recharge your batteries since it has a Spa nearby. Enjoy a memorable stay while you are exploring the wonderful beaches, and nature trails scattered around the hills and tasting the gastronomy of this destination. From the rooms, there are spectacular views of Vigo Bay and the fishing village of Moaña. You can choose from the different experiences and activities that the Hotel Bienestar Moaña offers such as: biking, spa, thermal club, relaxation room with infusion tasting, golf, relaxing massages, etc… This hotel also has a fantastic restaurant “Matices de Carla Álvarez” where you can savour the delicious local cuisine with fresh seafood products from the bay and quality red meats.
Located in the centre of Moaña. This hotel has a total of 14 rooms with magnificent views of Vigo Bay and the streets of Moaña. Also right near Xunqueira Beach, considered the most popular beach in this town. The beach is also surrounded by a park and outdoor sports facilities.
It has a gourmet restaurant “Prado Viejo” specializing in simple elaborations, neither too traditional nor too contemporary. The cuisine is based on market-quality products, fresh and from the area.
Old country house built in 1905 located in the parish of Domaio, Moaña, with the architectural style of a Galician house made from solid granite stone walls. The house was completely remodeled and restored in 1995 and a large part of it was renovated in 2018.
It has two floors, the upper one with 4 double rooms, all of them with large exterior windows, two of them with views of the hills, and the other two with views of Vigo Bay. The lower floor has a large living-dining room with an integrated kitchen. Sharing three windows with views of Vigo Bay that you can enjoy sitting from the dining room table. The living room is made from granite stone walls, which gives it a rustic and cozy look. The house has a barbecue patio area in the beautiful garden, with tables and benches where you can have lunch or dinner enjoying nature and tranquility.
A Country house located on the outskirts of Moaña in Broullon. It is a very comfortable accommodation, with everything you need to have for a memorable stay in this Galician fishing village. It also has a beautiful terrace and guests can swim in the outdoor pool, go hiking on the numerous trails, relax in the garden, and use the barbecue area. A highly recommended accommodation for summer holidays.
A cozy apartment just a short walk (about 6 minutes) from Xunqueira Beach in the O Rosal residential area of Moaña. Everything is close by for shopping, hiking trails, restaurants, etc... The apartment has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a balcony with garden views.
Beach-front accommodation located in Moaña in the Parish of Domaio, 4 minutes away from the town center and near a small, charming beach called A Punta. It has a shared lounge, garden, and a tennis court. This holiday house also has a nice terrace and a barbecue grill on the outside. Bird watching, art, history and culture are some of the activities that you can do while you are staying at Casa el Fontán. You can also go hiking, fishing, and there are nearby places to go rafting, or even other types of sports.
The nearest airport is Vigo Airport, 17 km from the accommodation, 15 minutes by car.
Located near the best beaches of the Rias Baixas region, perfectly communicated with Vigo, Santiago de Compostela, and Northern Portugal. A country house with Vigo Bay at its feet, it has everything you need for an unforgettable experience, unwind, and relax while exploring the fishing village of Moaña.
Outdoor pool, parking, outdoor barbecue grill and other facilities for long stays (laundry area, kitchen, etc.). You can also play golf since the Ria de Vigo Golf Club is only 5 minutes away from the country house.
Another nice country house located in Moaña with breathtaking scenery. The house is within reach of places of great natural wealth such as the Cíes Islands (Atlantic Islands of Galicia´s National Park), Lago Castiñeiras Natural Park, and other fishing villages like Cangas del Morrazo. There are also hiking trails and mountain biking trails in its surroundings such as the Fraga River Trail, Monte O Paralaia, and the Poza Da Moura. Excellent beaches like Lapaman Beach and A Xunqueira Beach. It also has a beautiful garden with fruit trees, a barbecue, and a large, heated pool.
Vigo airport is only 25 km away from Casa Duran.
There are so many reasons to stay in Moaña and above are only a few suggestions of where to stay, you can find more places to stay and even where to eat by visiting the website of the Asociación Hostaleiros Moaña.
The town council of Moaña (Concello de Moaña) is one of the most welcoming villages on the Rias Baixas coast. A great place to stay and savour the delicious food of Galicia, and experience the local culture.
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