A Casa de Manas
Travel Blogs from Mondonedo
... inshore and enjoyed the
evening at anchor.
We followed the guidebooks suggestion
and decided to enter the Ria proper. It was a little problematic as
the sandbanks tend to move, but Gen did a wonderful job getting us
I was at the front of the boat and
couldn't tell due to the ...
direction. So it was fishing time as we are not going anywhere fast
due to the lack of wind, and wanted the engine to cool down.
We passed in between an island and a
headland and noted loads of fish feeding – dropping our lines into
the current didn't interest them at all – they tormented us by
swimming back and forth underneath the boat ...
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 ...
... World Heritage site, it is one of the most complete /
intact roman town walls and it was built in c3 AD. You can walk
around it (2.5 kms). The old town inside the walls was most
interesting. You can see a blend of old, new and most depressingly
derelict buildings. On our travels we have noticed how some of the
more substantial towns/ villages in Spain have suffered the financial
... 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 ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed