|Minimum Stay||4 - 8 nights|
The apartment is 68 square meter and it offers daily comfort and wellbeing for up to 5 people
After a day with countless impressions of this area it is possible to enjoy, from this second floor apartment, the view over the sea and the sun set with Cape Fisterra at the background.
If you love to cook, this is in our fully equipped kitchen a child's play
Three bedrooms provide retreat for the whole family - and a high degree of privacy for each member.
Save time in the morning in the bathroom, especially if you travel with 5 people. Through a separate toilet and 2 sinks you are twice as fast again on holiday tour.
The wonderful view from the terrace to beach and sea guarantees pure relaxation and recreation while enjoying a glass of wine. With this panorama-view it is difficult to resist a delicious meal, cooked in the fireplace grill, served on the round table of the 5-seat garden furniture.
Vis-à-vis the Cape Finisterre (named after the western end of the Roman world), nestles the picturesque fishing village 'O Pindo', with its flat, inviting sandy beach, at the foot of the 'Celtic Olympus' (El Monte Pindo - 627m). -
The sandy beach is bordered by a promenade along the bay.
Over here are easily accessible vantage points, sandy beach and showers. His transition into the shallow sea is very popular and not only children enjoy it .
Apartment in O Pindo overlooking Finisterre, close to sea & beach. It is perfect for families with children.
The picturesque fishing village is in Carnota, where is as well the largestbeach of Galicia
Supermarkets, shopping mall, cinema, banks: O Pindo:
- Two general stores ('mom and pop shops')
- Bank with ATM in the neighboring town (1km)
- Several large supermarkets including shopping mall and cinema
- Several banks with ATMs
WiFi / Internet in the area: Even 'at the end of the world' exists the possibility to use the Internet.
Wi-Fi for free in a café (about 50m away from the apartment). Who brings his WiFi-enabled devices (eg laptop), can use the free service of the WLAN while having a cup of 'café con leche' or a cup of tea and enjoying the panoramic sea view .
In CEE (9km) there are several cafes with Wi-Fi access.
Who does not want to bring a laptop has two Internet cafes in CEE for selection.
medical care: O Pindo: doctor, pharmacy
CEE (9km): Hospital, medical center, several pharmacies
We had a very enjoyable 5-night stay at this apartment in September/October.
The owners were very hospitable and charming. They took the time to make sure we knew how things worked in the apartment and suggested places to visit during our stay. The apartment was spotlessly clean, comfortable, very well equipped, and had very good light for reading.
The village of O Pindo is lovely. As we drove into town, we knew immediately that we had picked a great place to stay. After a day of sightseeing we would go to the Sol e Mar Ceveceria, a lively hangout for locals, to have a drink, enjoy the sunset, and catch up with email using their free WiFi. There's a little grocery store just steps from the apartment that had most everything we needed to set up our kitchen after we arrived.
Santiago de Compostela was an easy day-trip, about an hour each way. We also enjoyed exploring some of the smaller towns in the region including Noia, Muros, and Muxia.
We would recommend this apartment without hesitation to anyone looking for a relaxing base for exploring Galicia. -- Susan and Chas, San Francisco, USA
We stayed in the first floor apartment for 2 weeks the beginning of Sept with our friends from England Chris and Carol. Andi and Monica had left wine,sweets and little flowers in all of the rooms making us feel most welcom.The apartment was very well equiped with bedding and towels etc and perfectly clean. The postition of the apartment is fantastic just across the plaza and onto the beach.The sunsets most evenings were beautiful. The little village shop sold everything you could think of at a very good price. Andi and Monica were living in the same village so were always at hand if needed and gave us ideas of where to go and what to see. They could not be more helpful. It is a fantastic place for the young and old as there is an amazing amount to see and visit. The beaches are never ending and very clean and do not have the 'tourist' facture of many other places in Spain or elsewhere, just tranquil.
The trip to Santiago is a must everywhere you go around the north of Spain you see the pilgrims walking. Santiago itself is quite amazing with the Cathedral to the quaint little streets to wonder along. We ate in a small bustling cafe which was very reasonable about 7 euros pp. We found the cost of food very cheap after living in France for the last 21 years and seeing everything rocket in price it was nice to find somewhere that was still very affordable,
I would like to say on behalf of the 4 of us thanks you very much Andi and Monica for a wonderful holiday [ the best I have every had] I we will be returning hopefully next year. Hope other guests have such a good time as us it was a good 'chill out' for my husband and myself.
The weather was very good just adding to the very good week.What more can I say ?
We stayed recently at this apartment at OPindo in Galicia.What a wonderful location across the road is San Pedro beach...as with all of the beaches on this side of Spain it is quiet and safe for swimming. We would like to thank the apartment owners Andi and Monica for making us feel so welcome...we had chocolates wine delicious Galician tart and a wonderful bowl of fruit to greet us and the apartment was spotless and so very well equiped...I have never before had so many towels and bed linen supplied and even 5 towels for the beach and a beach bag..this was a great suprise as we had taken only on board bags and had intended to buy towels when we got there. The website describes the apartment very well...we stayed on the ground floor and actually there are two more apartments above with sea views...The owners were so helpfull and friendly and gave us information on some of the fabulous beaches to be found and places to visit. There were two restaurants and two small supermarkets in the village...the food in the restaurants was very simple but very good and very reasonable. This is the ideal place for people who wish do do something different and those who dont like the madness of the costas....its a magnificent side of Spain ...we flew to Santaigo and I would say car hire is a must in order to get out and about to experience the beauty of the countryside..a day trip to Santaigo is a must...Thank you again Andi and Monica ...your apartment is first class and such good value in comparison to anything else we had looked at on this side of Spain...have already recommended it to many friends and family...hope to see you soon again...The Brennan Family....Sligo....Ireland
Sehr gute Unterkunft im sauberen und gepflegten Zustand. Sehr gute an-genehme Betreuung durch die (deutschsprachigen)Vermieter. Hit: Garten mit schöner Aussicht über das Meer. Für den der die Gegend mag eine Top-Adresse.
Gute sehr gepflegte Wohnung mit phantastischem Hanggarten und schöner Aussicht. Sehr freundliche, hilfsbereite Vermieter (deutschsprachig) die dezent im Hintergrund bleiben aber jederzeit erreichbar sind. Ein perfektes Quartier im urigen Dorf am Meer.
La estancia ha sido genial desde el principio, la propietaria nos recibió con un plato típico gallego, lo cual nos alegró mucho.
En cuanto a la casa, estaba impoluta, disponía de todo lo necesario para pasar allí unos días. En lo que se refiere a los alrededores de la casa, debo decir que parece un auténtico paraíso, hay una playa a pocos metros de la casa con una arena blanca y fina y un agua casi cristalina. Por otra parte, el Monte Pindo ha sido otra actividad fabulosa, el esfuerzo mereció la pena, desde allí arriba había unas vistas impresionantes.
En definitiva, muchísimas gracias Mónica por tu excelente trato y por el bonito piso.
Galicia - the ever green gem in the far northwest of the Iberian Peninsula. Far away from mass tourism this part of Spain could retain it's cultural and natural origins. The Galician coast is dominated by so-called Rías, fjord-like, deep into the country-reaching arms of the sea with beautiful bays and beaches. Thus, the region is with its mountains and clear waters of Scotland more than in Castile. Due to the mild Atlantic climate Galice was a popular retreat for Spaniards from Castile and Andalusia. Galicia is also the goal of the pilgrimage, visitors from around the world to the medieval town to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. The last stone of the Way of St. James [Camino de Santiago trail] (kilometer zero) is located at the lighthouse of Cape Finisterre, a mystical place, where in ancient times even the Phoenicians built a Sun Temple. The local sunsets in the seemingly endless ocean are still a delight.