Live Virtual Walking Tour of Cangas do Morrazo: Fishing Port & Market

Live Tour

60 mins. approx.

Cangas do Morrazo

On Request Best Rate

Join us on this live virtual walking tour of the fishing village & market of Cangas do Morrazo. Admire the beautiful scenery of the wonderful Bay of Vigo from the fishing port. The best way to understand the Way of life in Cangas do Morrazo is through its intriguing fishing culture!
  • Historic Turkish attacks, local folklore & legends, and follow in the footsteps of the curious Pilgrims
  • Learn how they catch the famous Galician octopus, a delicacy of this region
  • Live virtual tour with Interactive chat



General Overview

Country: Spain
Region: Galicia
City: Cangas do Morrazo
Duration: 60 mins. approx.
Type: Virtual Experiences
Theme: Online Virtual Experiences & Tours
Group Size: Up to 300 People max. (Private basis on request)
Price from: 0.00€


Live Virtual Tour: Fishing Village & Market of Cangas do Morrazo

Enjoy a great experience on this walking virtual tour of the Spanish Galician charming fishing village of Cangas do Morrazo with our expert foodie guides, Sean & Tiernan. This live virtual tour will begin with a panoramic view of the wonderful Bay of Vigo from the lighthouse on the fishing port of Cangas do Morrazo. Admire the beautiful scenery, you will be able to see the city of Vigo and the fishing boats coming in and out at the port of Cangas do Morrazo.

After that take a virtual stroll along the port of Cangas do Morrazo, getting a closer look at the fishing boats and the nets that are used to catch the famous Galician octopus, a delicacy of this region in the northwestern part of Spain, Galicia. Visit the local market (Mercado Municipal Praza de Abastos) and get to know the Galician fresh products like the fish and seafood recently caught from the bay of Vigo and locally sourced meats, cheeses, bread, vegetables, etc...

Get to Know Galicia through the Fishing Tradition of Cangas do Morrazo

Admire the fishing culture and traditions of this town walking through its streets. There are numerous fishermen houses (Casas de Patín) still preserved with the old popular architecture typical of the Rías Baixas. Cangas do Morrazo has delicious Galician gastronomy rich in fish and seafood freshly caught from the bay of Vigo, which you will be able to taste once you travel in-person to this captivating small fishing village.

A Village steeped in Legends, Pirate Attacks, and passing of Pilgrims that followed a lost variant of the Portuguese Coastal Way of St. James

Learn about historic Turkish attacks, local folklore & legends, and follow in the footsteps of the curious Pilgrims that crossed over the bay of Vigo by boat to Cangas do Morrazo centuries ago. The Camino de Santiago (St. James way) does not have a route that includes this village, but there are some records of pilgrims taking a variation of the route passing here when walking on the Portuguese Coastal Way of St. James.

Ending the virtual tour in the old quarter of the fishing village in front of the beautiful plateresque-renaissance style church of Santiago de Cangas, an ex-collegiate church built in the 16th century.

The best way to understand the Way of life in Cangas do Morrazo, Galicia, Spain is through its intriguing history, legends, and fishing culture!

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  • One Way Video of Live Virtual Walking Tour in English (NOTE: Private virtual walking tours are available in Spanish as well. We can do 2-way video via Zoom or Google Meet on a private virtual walking tour. Inquire for details regarding a private group)
  • Interactive Chat during the event to ask questions to our Virtual Guide (NOTE: We recommended using Google Chrome)


  • The live scheduled demos are tip-based so if you enjoy your time a donation is always welcome!
  • You will need a computer or phone and an internet connection.




(26 November 2021)
Every tour I take with Sean strengthens my conviction to visit Galicia ASAP. Sean is very knowledgeable about the region and its culture. He and his son are great ambassadors of Cangas and Vigo. I noticed that Tiernan seemed more at ease on this tour and his comments and information sounded more conversational. Well done!
(26 November 2021)
Sean and Tiernan always have good information for us. There are always good pictures to take of the views in the tour. Thank you very much. Dianne C. from Toronto, Canada.
(19 February 2021)
A part of Spain we have never visited - what a comprehensive tour of your home town! So much covered... local fishing, trade, the market, the Camino, the gastronomy, local history, churches, architecture!! Amazed you were able to cover so much in such a short time. What a great team. Thank you so much for giving us such an informative and interesting tour from our armchairs. Will definitely join another of your tours. Well done!
(12 February 2021)
Wonderful tour by father and son. Lovely to learn more about a place I´ve never heard of. I look forward to more tours and learning more about the Celtic history of the area and the myths and legends.
(10 February 2021)
Very informative tour, thoroughly enjoyed it and looking forward to the next one, especially the cooking class! Thank you.
(9 February 2021)
What a smashing tour this was; both Sean and his son did us proud. Everything about it, from the harbour views and fish market to the streets and church was just what we needed this morning ... it was perfection.
(9 February 2021)
Fabulous tour. Thank you both of you for showing us the amazing Galicia. Looking forward to another tour with you.
(9 February 2021)
Premier league guide - commentary covered history, gastronomy, how people live locally. Commentary was constant which is vital for these tours, I think.
(9 February 2021)
Brilliant tour of such a pretty colourful harbour. Sean and his son were wonderful guides.
(9 February 2021)
A really well-balanced tour of scenery, local fishing industry, buildings, food and history. Sean is extremely lucid and engaging. Good luck to Sean and his son!
(9 February 2021)
Very good spoken English, informative and easy to understand. He also gave a very good introduction to the area and the context it is in (language, geography, etc)
(9 February 2021)
Wonderful first tour by Sean and his son. Good sound and clear picture with good steady camerawork. I notice he was wearing the furry thing on his mike and wonder why other guides don´t wear this as it seems to stop the wind interference. Loved learning about Galicia, seeing the fishing port, the market and hearing the language. Can´t wait to go there. Look forward to more tours here and the cooking!
(9 February 2021)
Wonderful tour. Learned so much. Thank you
(9 February 2021)
Excellent tour guide. Really enjoyed. Thank you!