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Enchanting Bayona: Modern with magnificent views

Entire rental unit
hosted by Betty
  1. 4 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bath
Dedicated workspace
A private room with wifi that’s well-suited for working.
Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Park for free
This is one of the few places in the area with free parking.

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MODERN WITH FANTASTIC SEA VIEW
Two bedroom apartment, 180º seaview from balcony and living/dining room on 5th floor at sea promenade. Beaches and downtown 5 min walk. Recently refurbished in minimalistic style. Fully equipped new kitchenette.
MODERNO CON VISTAS AL MAR
Two bedrooms, living room and balcony with wonderful sea views, 5th floor on promenade. Beaches and historic center 5 min. Newly renovated and decorated in minimalist style. Fully equipped kitchenette.

The space
From the living/dining room you have a ceiling to floor 6 m wide glass sliding door to the sea, so you have the impression you are sailing. Tapas bars and restaurants as well as several beaches are just 300 m away. Bedrooms are very quiet. Luxurious quality.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

What this place offers

Public or shared beach access – Beachfront
Kitchen
Wifi
Dedicated workspace
Free carport on premises
TV
Elevator
Washer – In unit
Private patio or balcony
Hair dryer

Where you’ll be

Baiona, Galicia, Spain

Bayona was the first town in Europe to learn from the Discovery of America, because the first Columbus ship arrived here.
As a result of rather southerly location, Baiona enjoys a warmer, sunnier and drier climate than many other parts of Galicia, yet it rarely gets uncomfortably hot. For this reason Baiona has become a popular summer retreat for many Spaniards who leave the excessive heat of the south and central parts of the country for their annual August vacation. This is illustrated by the fact that the town has a permanent population of between 10,000 and 11,000 people, but summer tourism boosts this figure to almost 50,000. Needless to say, August is not the best time to visit Baiona if you do not like crowds.

What to see in Baiona
Baiona has a lot of charm with a quaint fishing port, a number of small but appealing beaches, plus an old town that sits just behind the main seafront area. There are also many small beaches along the coastline within close proximity to Baiona and this is one of the reasons why it is so popular with summer visitors.
Within Baiona's old district there are a number of narrow corridor-ike streets with typical Galician terraced houses lining them. This area is pleasant to walk around and it gets you away from the busier seafront zone which is more commercialised. There are bars, cafes and restaurants hidden away in this area and most are superior to, and often cheaper than, the ones found on the ocean front drive.
There are quite a few churches and other small buildings of architectural and historical interest, but Baiona's most prominent building is the Castelo de Monterreal, a castle that sits to one edge of the town. You can visit Castelo de Monterreal which offers excellent views of Baiona and the surrounding coastline from its priviledge high situation.

Baiona's location
In addition to Baiona's appeal as a beach resort, it has a stunning backdrop of hills and forests and this makes the town an ideal base from which to explore the southern and inland areas of Pontevedra, or even to cross the border in to Portugal.
The cities of Vigo and Pontevedra are within easy travelling distance, as are other coastal towns like Cambados and Sanxenxo.
The best time to visit Baiona is outside of the main August holiday period when the town is literally packed to overflowing. Surprisingly, even in the weeks immediately before and after this month the town is sparsely visited by tourists.

For people liking to walk and to byke, the Bayona promenade passing in front of the apartment is ideal. 10 km flat walking ways by the sea.

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Hosted by Betty

Joined in November 2012
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Retired profesors welcome clean, open-minded people to our summer retreat. We speak English, Spanish, Galician, German, Arabic and Mandarin. We love to travel in the World to learn from other cultures, music, art and specially people.

During your stay

We will personally introduce you to our apartment and hand over the keys at arrival and receive them on departure.
NOTICE: On arrival we will fill-in the guest registration form for the police, that is compulsory for all travellers within 24 hours of arrival. Therefore a photo of your personal ID Card will be made.
We will personally introduce you to our apartment and hand over the keys at arrival and receive them on departure.
NOTICE: On arrival we will fill-in the guest registration…
  • Policy number: TU986D RITGA-E-2018-002717
  • Languages: العربية, 中文 (简体), English, Deutsch, Español
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Rated 4.81 out of 5 from 27 reviews.