About the property
- Apartment1291 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
3 bedroom apartment for 6 people between Santiago and Finisterre
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A wonderful, spacious and very bright house with a large balcony overlooking the sea views over the Ria de Muros-Noia to enjoy the fantastic sunset. The accomodation comprises 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathroons with showers, sitting room, large kitchen, storage room, garage, a 8 x 1,50 metres balcony and garden.
Fully equiped with kitchenware, fridge-freezer, cooker, washing machine, microwave, coffee machine, television,kettle, ttoaster, bedsheets, blankets.
The house is located in Boa village, 4 kilometres away from Noia town, 200 metres to the beach and with local coffee shop and supermarket. Very well located right just between the Rias Baixas and Rias Altas to allow to travel both direcctions
20 minutes from Santiago de Compostela.
Use the map to find the exact location of the house, for example, looking for a panoramic view to the right you SANTIAGO de Compostela, and a panoramic view to the left are FINISTERRE.
Daily rental possible.
Capacity for 6 people.
Pets not allowed. Sorry!
60 minutes driving from Pontevedra city, 75 minutes from Finisterre, La Coruña and Vigo and 90 minutes from Ourense and 2 hours from Lugo and Portugal.
Thursdays and Sundays, open-air market in Noia
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- english, spanish, portuguese
- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
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We were pleased with everything. Large and clean apartment. And very nice view from the balcony. We enjoyed every evening.
The owner was always helpful and nice. Many thanks for everything!
The apartment was spotlessly clean and it is huge - 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge and big kitchen/diner. The balcony looks over Ria and is in full sun all afternoon. Easy parking and as others have said only negative is the road in front which can be noisy but after the first day you don't really notice it.
The local beach bar has a small menu but serves great food especially the seafood. Other bars/restaurants and Noia are a short drive away. Lots of beaches to choose from or you can just walk down to the Boa beach.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay - this area of Spain is very special and also very quiet - we loved it!
Thanks very much David for
your comment. I am really glad to hear you enjoy your stay.
Nothing makes my happier.
As we all want to enjoy the sunny weather and the wonderful
beaches, certainly during hot days, traffic increases
particularly, on the weekend on the 15, 16 y 17 of July due
to the extremely popular Medieval Festival in Noia , when you were here. But
as you said, after the first day, you get used to it as
there are many amenities around to keep you
We enjoyed all aspects of our stay - good accommodation and friendly owner. The accommodation was very clean and the location was quiet - almost certainly requiring a car, though. The views of the sea and nearby beach were good. It was a short walk into the main village and there were many interesting places to visit from this location. We would like to return to the area again and would have no hesitation in staying in the apartment we had.
Thank you very much Alice,
Hope to see you soon.
apartment next to the beach
Nice, big apartment. Good beds. Good kitchen. Large bathrooms. Large bedrooms. Unfortenately without a garden to play for the kids.
The only "negative" thing is that the apartment is next to a busy road; you hear the cars constantly. And in the morning, the dog or the rooster from the neighbours will wake you up...
But... the surroundings are beautiful.
The beach is just across the street but when you like another beach, just jump in the car and find another. There are a lot of beatiful beaches in just a few minutes driving. Some small, some very big, some very busy, some really quiet. Just what you want.
The same about villages: there are a lot just a few minutes away.
Also we made some walks in the forest. Very nice.
We saw a lot of animals in the nature. For us, the most beautiful thing we saw was a dolphin just a few meters from the coast. We could walk with it for about half an our before it swim to the big see again.
The owner of the apartment is very nice and helpfull.
In short: thanks for the nice holiday we had. We really liked it a lot!!
Thanks very much for your comments. I am glad you enjoy the surroundings and made the most of wonderful sunny week you had.
It is expectable for coastal roads to be busy and noise in July and August when we all want to be enjoying the lovely summer, and in particular, with mayor festivals taking place around the area during that week: Medieval Fair in Noia, Celtic Fair in Porto do Son and July 25th national bank holiday Santiago Apostol. Just like any other road in this sunny country. Maybe holidays in, May, June or September should be more appropriate as the roads are fully empty.
The house is fully safe and gated with a few small green places for kids to play free at any time and with no restrictions. There is large terrace with wonderful sea and sunset views, however, large green and spacious areas were not ever advertised in the description.
It was very nice to meet you all !!! Cristina
Fantastic apartment and location
Thanks Christina and Ana for a lovely apartment. So clean and spacious and bright. We had a great time and loved the whole area. The narrow paths up between houses was fantastic. Fantastic walks and of course the sea view and sunsets were just what we wanted. The local pub/shop was great too and the bars in front of the sea were lovely. We tried them all! Ye live in a beautiful part of Spain and all six of us had a lovely relaxing holiday. A pity we could not have brought back some of the lovely sunshine to Ireland (It hasn't stopped raining since we got back).
Thanks Geraldine for your honest opinion, I'm glad you enjoyed the views of the house, the sunset and especially the walking, beautiful scenery, good food and the medieval fair, I hope the boys had fun too!!
It was very nice to meet you all !!!
Cristina and Ana
Casa espaciosa y con mucha luz. Cristina muy amable.
Exterior photo of the house will be sent to interested travelers.
Noia, once Compostela's port, coastal village in the province of La Coruña, pertaining to the Autonomous Community of Galica, Spain, it is located in the inner side of Ria de Muros-Noia, at the mouth of the Tambre is the smallest of the Rias Baixas
The large shellfish banks in these waters most hightly dedicated to cockles extraction which hightly grow in the the sandbanks fed by the sediments coming from rivers tha flow into the Ria.
Noia boast one of the most beautiful and well kept old zones in Galicia. Amazing pazos and manor houses show off the splendor of its past.
Travelling from Noia to Ribeira, interesting visits
Portosin and Porto do Son villages.
Castro de Baroña, a celtic ground from the Iron Age.
Corrubedo Natural Park.
Xuño and Muro lagoon.
Furnas Beach, where 'Mar adentro' was filmed.
Dolmen de Axeitos, a neolithic tomb (IV millennium B.C)
Curota Point View.
Rio Pedras Natural Pools in Puebla del Caramiñal.
Travelling from Noia to Finisterre, interesting visits:
Noia, one of the most beautiful medieval villages in Galicia
Pontenafonso, located between Noia and Outes with a beautiful 270
metres long bridge build by king Alfonso IX in the 13 th century.
Muros, protected village since 1970 due to the archictectural value of its medieval arches where a stroll in the the streets would instantly transport the visitor back in the medieval times.
Carnota beach, a 7 kilometres long of splendid white sand and traslucent waters.
Carnota hórreo, traditional granary built which is now declared National Monument for its impressive length of 34.76 metres and unique features.
Ancoradoiro beach, along with Area Mayor, Xarfas lagoon and Mount Louro together form a magnificent natural reserve now declared Natural park.
Mount Pindo, a sacred place for Celtic tribes and beautiful natural estuary.
Ezaro Fall, river Xallas estuary the only one in Europe ending in a fall.
Finisterre,a rock-bound peninsula on the west coast of Galicia with spectacular views, iconic lighthouse and the end of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage way.
Camariñas: British Cemetery wreck of Serpent english galleon in 1887.
Travelling from Noia to Finisterre is a must ritual for all those visiting this part of coast not only for the historical and geographical relevance but also for the amazing natural landscapes and small hidden monumental treasures along this coastline.
Also, trekking along the Tambre, Vilacoba, San Xusto natural reservoir and Toxosoutos monastery
Sailing, angling, surf, windsurf, paragliding, cycling, etc.
Large amount of restaurants to taste traditional galician food freshly cooked at very good price.
Santiago de Compostela train station is 25 minutes , 35 minutes from the Santiago de Compostela airport and 50 minutes from the Coruña airport.
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OFERTAS ESPECIALES PARA 2 PERSONAS TEMPORDA BAJA. En Julio y Agosto la estancia mínima es de una semana Para MÁS DE 4 PERSONAS el precio se incrementará en el alquiler por semana 50 € por persona ó en el alquiler por dias sueltos 10€ por persona. El apartamento debe dejarse en unas condiciones mínimas de limpieza y orden. Hora de salida a las 10:30 de la mañana , hora de entrada a partir de las 16:00 de la tarde.