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Client Reviews for Villa Enoterra


The villa was fantastic, well-equipped with everything we needed and more! We were able to hit the ground running. Straight in the pool, table tennis and shooting hoops! Highlights included the Café O Vello Paris in Goián, delicious grilled squid. Area Grande in A Guarda, superb seafood. Vigo is worth visiting, and the vineyard. A great family holiday. Galicia is unspoilt and friendly. Thank you for a fabulous stay.
The Cappers and The Hanbury-Tracys


Very impressed with Galicia. Villa is lovely with everything we needed. Restaurant in Goián is great. Favourite restaurant – O Lagar En Eiras – very authentic, plenty of seafood everywhere. Baiona well worth a visit. Weather was great, better than we anticipated! Sad to leave. Thank you very much.
The Cox and Robinson Families


Thank you so much for a really fabulous week. What a beautiful villa, with everything we needed and more. The weather was perfect, we had fun in the local bars and restaurants and tried our pretty poor Spanish but had lots of fun with the friendly locals, trying to understand each other. The grounds, pool, basketball court offered endless entertainment for the kids ages 11-18 (and the adults). We hope to return again one day soon.
The Jenkins Party


This is a beautiful villa, with excellent facilities for a large group. The shady terrace is a particular asset. This is where we spent most of our time either eating / reading / playing cards / drinking long into the evenings. The pool is a decent size and owner provides pool toys, the table tennis table was well used by us, and the BBQ house is a fun facility. The location is rustic and rural - you're unlikely to hear another Brit and you will need to dust off your school Spanish. The locals were very friendly and patient with us. Goian isn't the prettiest of towns but don't be deceived by looks - cafes and restaurants were welcoming and great value. The Portuguese town (Vila Nova de Cerveira) on opposite bank of the river is also charming. The river valley seems to have its own micro climate - there was a breeze to counteract the heat - we sat on the terrace to 1am most nights and some needed light sweaters - on the plus side it wasn't too hot to sleep at night. If you want to experience rural Galician life, socialise in cafes and restaurants where the locals go and have the option of never having to leave the villa to have "fun" then Villa Enoterra is a great option.
Cuddeford Family


Really appreciated having a few conversations with reps who'd actually been to the villa. Owner was great: very helpful, generous and relaxed.
The Gregory Family


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