Casa Aréas

Ria de Vigo (Rias Baixas)

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  • Ground floor: Double bedroom. Single bedroom with door to covered terrace. Twin bedroom with door to covered terrace. Bathroom with two separate shower cubicles (shower and WC). Central heating throughout the house.  WiFi (limited usage).
  • First floor: Entrance hall. Living/ dining room (TV, DVD, CD) with sliding doors to terrace. Kitchen (oven, microwave, dishwasher). Bedroom with bunk beds (suitable for one person only). Double bedroom with sliding doors to terrace. Bathroom.
  • Outside: Enclosed garden of lawns and flower beds. Covered and open terraces. Ball games area. In-built barbecue. Laundry room (washing machine).  Cloakroom.  Poolside shower. Private parking.
  • Private swimming pool (15m x 5m) with Roman steps

The fine white sandy beach of Limens has for a long time been one of our favourite spots along this stunning stretch of coastline. Backed by a collection of homes, a beach bar and a family run restaurant, it looks out across an eye-catching vista of sheltered waters, bordered by lush green slopes, towards the distinctive silhouette of the Cíes Islands that marks the horizon in the distance. It was therefore with great delight that we discovered Casa Aréas, which occupies a privileged position in this much sought after neighbourhood.

From the upper lawns and terraces of its enclosed and beautifully maintained garden, breathtaking views across the water can be surveyed, whilst down below a generously proportioned swimming pool of 15 metres in length sits within a smart terrace of terracotta tiles. Whilst keen swimmers could be forgiven for not wishing to leave this fine pool, the beach is so close that it too is likely to become a well frequented spot; just slip the catch of the front gate and walk 300 metres down the lane to reach the waterfront.

Inside, the light and spacious home has been equipped and laid out for family breaks by the sea, with terraces leading off both the ground and first floors offering fantastic sea views and easy access to and from the garden.

With the beach and a delightful local restaurant only a short walk from the house, you may not feel the need to venture any further. Close to hand however is the waterside town of Cangas, which is just 3km away and offers all amenities, some excellent restaurants and a twice weekly market.

  • The owner will only except two weekly bookings on the following dates
  • 2019:  06 Jul - 20 Jul | 20 Jul - 3 Aug | 3 Aug - 17 Aug | 17 Aug - 31 Aug
  • 2020:  04 Jul - 18 Jul  |  18 Jul - 1 Aug  |  1 Aug - 15 Aug  |  15 Aug - 29 Aug
  • The internet connection is delivered by MiFi, which is via a mobile network device.

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Great Things to Do Near Casa Aréas

Take the ferry from Cangas over to Vigo for a spot of retail therapy...

You can buy almost anything in Vigo from one of the four main shopping areas all within easy reach of each other. Visit the Basket Weavers Street where hand made baskets have been produced and sold for decades.

Visit the market in Cangas...

A large and colourful affair where you'll found an amazing choice of fresh vegetables, cheeses and even octopus!

Visit the pretty town of Baiona...

Not far away via the motorway and well worth a visit. Walk along the Marina promenade, tour the grounds of the Monterreal Castle, visit the replica of La Pinta (which brought the news of the discovery of the New World to Baiona). Explore the old town or make your way up to the Virgen of La Roca statue and admire the views. Not to mention the excellent restaurants - find time to stop for lunch!

Take a dip in the pool...

Great for those swimming enthusiasts who enjoy an early morning dip - or at any time of the day!

For a really special Sunday lunch order a fish stew (cocido) from nearby restaurant Casa Broullon...

Work up your appetite by walking to the restaurant along the beach. Or try one of their tasty 'empanadas' for a midweek special treat.

Watch the beautiful sunset...

From the tip of Cabo Home, and feel like you are on the edge of the world.

Explore the Morrazo Peninsular...

Great for walking enthusiasts. From Cabo Udra you can walk along the coast to Cabo Home, or head into the hills and follow the 'Walk of the Mills' or the 'Ruta de los Pazos' which passes through quaint villages with old country houses and the traditional 'horreos' and crosses so typical of these parts.

Relax on the terrace...

Take breakfast on the terrace overlooking the sea and beach and the lovely views to the islands in the distance. Settle back there in the evening to watch the sunset as you relax and sample the local 'Albariño'.

Stroll down to the beach...

In Galicia there are plenty of beaches of all types for you to discover. One of the prettiest is on your doorstep - a short stroll from the house to Limens beach - a perfect way to spend a fun day.

Explore the laid back and peaceful town of Pontevedra, the old quarter is one of the most beautiful and best preserved in Galicia...

The Zona Monumental contains many noteworthy buildings of historical interest and is well worth a visit. And while you're here try some lunch-time tapas in the Plaza de la Leña - delicious!

Wend your way to the preserved fishing village of Combarro...

On the Ria de Pontevedra to see the famous view of its horreos (grain stores) lined up in perfect formation right on the water's edge. A delightful village, now preserved as a National Heritage Centre.

Take a ferry from Cangas to the Cies Islands...

It's now a National Park and you can enjoy a lazy day on the fabulous beaches of fine white sand. Or walk through the sand dunes to sweet-smelling eucalyptus groves, watch for rare species of birds and then enjoy a meal in the islands' restaurant.

Grab something tasty to cook on your barbecue at the fish auction in Bueu, one of the best in the region...

Be there for the afternoon arrival of the catch at 5 pm. Then cook the fresh fish on your barbecue as the sun sets over the ria. The localy-caught Galician fish is possibly the tastiest you will find in the world!

Visit one of Spain's oldest wine museums in Cambados...

All you need to know about cultivation, history and processing of the Albariño wine. Combine with a visit to a bodega - there are many on the roads around Cambados to your north or alternatively in Tui towards the Portuguese border. (A tour lasts about an hour.)

Spend a day exploring northern Portugal...

Drive over the old iron bridge (built by Gustave Eiffel) to the Portuguese walled town of Valença, a quaint and picturesque place with lovely views over to Tui. There are many linen shops here and you may find some of the best cotton sheets you can buy anywhere!

Make time to visit the beautiful city of Santiago de Compostela...

The jewel of Galicia where, for more than 1000 years, pilgrims have gathered from all over Europe. Visit the impressive cathedral, the Plaza del Obradoiro and the old pilgrims' hospital, now a luxurious Parador. If you don't go anywhere else you must visit Santiago - it's not to be missed!

Spend a day in La Toja, home to a 'Balneario' of spas and thermal waters...

Take the bridge over to the island to take the waters, renowned for their healing effects on the skin. Buy some of the toiletries made with the local minerals in the little shop on the island, which also serves as a fascinating museum. There's a craft market to browse around and a casino too.

Take a boat trip from O Grove along the sheltered Ría de Arousa...

The calm waters of the Ría provide the perfect conditions for the cultivation of mussels and oysters and Galicia is the second largest producer in the world. The Ría is also a resting place for migrating birds en route from Africa to Northern Europe and the coast here is a protected zone for them. You'll even get to sample the fresh mussels on board

Visit Tui, a pretty border town on the edge of the Minho River...

Dating from Roman times, and one of the seven ancient capitals of Galicia, the town has much worthwhile architecture scattered through its narrow, granite lanes. If you find the Clares Convent be sure to buy some of the almond cakes made by the nuns who live there.

Stop in Hio to see the elaborate cross, a true work of art and famous throughout Galicia...

Crafted from a single piece of stone, such crosses are to be found on nearly every crossroads and village in the area but Hio's is the best.



Cangas 10 mins
Vigo 35 mins
Pontevedra 40 mins
Baiona 55 mins


Playa de Nerga 5 mins
Playa de Liméns 5 mins
Playa de Areabrava 15 mins
Playa de Melide 20 mins


Vigo 35 mins
Santiago de Compostela 80 mins
A Coruña 110 mins
Porto 110 mins
Times are approximate

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