Charter yacht in Vigo

14 yachts for rent in Vigo

The best introduction to Vigo and its epic landscapes is to view them from the granite walls of the 17th century fortress. From this command post, you will be perfectly visible: the mouth of the Vigo, the harbor, the historic quarter, mountain landscapes and the Cies Islands. The fortress was an artillery installation, because it was intended to repel the attacks of the British fleet on Vigo during the war to restore Portugal.

If you are looking for the perfect seaside vacation, yacht charter in Vigo is the perfect solution, especially for those looking to unwind amidst enchanting landscapes and hospitality.

  • 6 Guests
  • 2009 Production
  • 12.17 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
  • 1 Guests
  • 2020 Production
  • 7.35 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
RO 400
Vigo, Spain
  • 11 Guests
  • 2005 Production
  • 12.00 m Length
  • 1 people viewed this offer in the last day.
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
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  • 6 Guests
  • 2003 Production
  • 11.91 m Length
  • 1 people viewed this offer in the last day.
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
Elan 37
Vigo, Spain
  • 8 Guests
  • 2005 Production
  • 11.16 m Length
  • 1 people viewed this offer in the last day.
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
  • 2006 Production
  • 9.99 m Length
  • 1 people viewed this offer in the last day.
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
RO 400
Vigo, Spain
  • 11 Guests
  • 2005 Production
  • 12.00 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
  • 11 Guests
  • 2019 Production
  • 13.85 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
  • 9 Guests
  • 1990 Production
  • 15.60 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
  • 8 Guests
  • 2007 Production
  • 11.86 m Length
  • 1 people viewed this offer in the last day.
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
Lagoon 450 Sport
Vigo, Spain
  • 8 Guests
  • 2009 Production
  • 12.10 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
Elan 37
Vigo, Spain
  • 8 Guests
  • 2005 Production
  • 11.16 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
Bavaria 38
Vigo, Spain
  • 7 Guests
  • 2003 Production
  • 12.13 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.
  • 4 Guests
  • 2005 Production
  • 9.40 m Length
  • This charter offers free rescheduling in the event of mandatory COVID-19 related travel restrictions, preventing you from arriving in your destination country.

Vigo is the westernmost city of Iberian Spain, which is located right on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by lush mountain landscapes. The city is a seafood fan's dream. Here, oysters hardly cover a distance of more than a mile from your plate.

The location of Vigo is such that it creates a special microclimate with temperatures up to five degrees higher than in other Galician cities in winter and fall. But if in the summer you are pushed away by the sultry temperature on The Mediterranean then Fresh ocean beaches and a more temperate climate in Vigo will be to your taste.

The best acquaintance with the city and its epic landscapes is inspect them from the granite walls of the 17th-century fortress. From this command post will be perfectly visible: Vigo estuary, harbor, historic quarter, mountain landscapes and the islands of Cies. The fortress was artillery mount, because it was intended to repel attacks British Navy at Vigo during the war for the restoration of Portugal. The walls now have classic lawn gardens , neatly manicured flower beds and a fountain in the center, a wonderful view of the city. The park around the fort is not so much urban an entertainment garden, it’s rather a wild mountain right in the center of the city.

Unforgettable holidays

If you want to practice, you can go to Monte Castro on foot, and although this is a difficult walk, There are many interesting things that will distract your attention. On the way You will be an Iberian settlement on the lower slope, where they were restored Three conical stone houses of the Bronze Age.

You will also see anchors. They were installed on Monte Castro in commemoration of the Battle of Rand, which occurred at the mouth of Vigo in 1702 between the Anglo-Dutch and Franco-Spanish forces during which disappeared several galleons with treasures.

Set aside a day or two for this stunning uninhabited archipelago located at the entrance to the mouth of the Vigo.

In summer, ferries run at about half an hour intervals from the harbor to the islands.

You can stay overnight at the campsite that will provide rental tents. But you need to book in advance, since the 800-seat area Fills up quickly.

On the west side you'll walk along granite to the top of the cliffs over 100 meters high, but in the east, where are you waiting white sand beaches , other conditions await you. Cies Islands beaches deserve special attention because you may not meet more sophisticated bays anywhere in the world. And it's true, Playa de Rodas often falls into the top ten best beaches on the planet and is almost paradise a place if you want to sunbathe and swim in the summer.

Because here is the coast, protected from the open ocean and with perfect white sand that adds aquamarine shine under water in sunny days On the other side of Punta Mucciero is Praia de Figueiras, which has a length of 350 meters and a little less popular, but no less wonderful and magnificent than her neighbor in the south.

Old Town

The old town of Vigo is located on a slope, from where you can see the estuary in the old port, with lanes that lead to beautiful arcade squares such as Praza da Constitución. This is that part of the city where fishing houses and grandiose houses are located nearby buildings such as luxury townhouses. Here you can see the church Santa Maria of the 19th century. Almost all buildings were made of Galician granite , which gives the old city a decent atmosphere, different from many spanish old quarters. Many of the street names match old professions.

In the 19th century Vigo grew sharply because the canning industry has become one of the main sources of income for the city. Most of the entrepreneurs behind this boom were from Catalonia. You can see that they built Belle luxury apartment buildings Epoque Still Standing In Ensanche east of Casco Vello.

This is the center of Vigo's nightlife and shopping, as well as Alameda Park, where you can relax and have fun ..

You can take great walks along the mouth of the river breakwater to the red lighthouse, which is arguably the best place to watch the sun go down.

How to get there

If you flew to Vigo Airport, you can get to the city center by bus, stopping at the airport exit. Buses run on weekdays with a frequency of 30 minutes