Las Sirenas Hotel
Travel Blogs from Vivero
... the water whether we were in
2m, 1.5m or 0.5m of water – it all looked the same – sandy
We got through nicely with a little bit
of stress but not as bad as it could have been.
Anchored off the main town Ortigueira
and after we had swung with the turn of the tide we ventured into
town to ...
We decided that we weren't interested
in going into the village so headed off for the next Ria some 5 miles
away. We got a very leisurely sail in, however, 10 mins into leaving
we realised that the sea cock was not reopened following cleaning the
strainer (therefore risking major damage to the engine) so it was out
with the sails and sail we shall, regardless of the ...
We were toying with the idea of going
back to the anchorage off Castropol but decided to continue on to the
next Ria. We got a lovely sail in and enjoyed the coast line.
We anchored off Viveiro and enjoyed the
music coming from the seafront. Whilst relaxing we noticed a lone
dolphin swimming about checking out the ...
... ve been tracking along our travels
either anchored not too far away from us or in the marina. What we
did find quite funny was where we anchored was the same small yacht
on a buoy which is in the picture of the guidebook we have which is
6+ years old.
We moved into the marina (1 August) in the morning
and went and ...
... lay quietly moored after a day's job done.
Galician architecture has one distinct feature. Balconies are not more than 50 cm shallow and cover the full front of the buildings with panels of small glass windows, probably against the winds. It is such a common and persistent view that one sees them even when they aren’t present. But it can ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking