Things to see in Vigo

The city of Vigo offers an attractive mix of culture, history and natural beauty.

Vigo City Guide

The city of Vigo is relatively small, so distances are not very long. In a full day you can get a good idea of the city and visit the main sights.

Casco vello

This is the historic centre of Vigo. You can stroll through its cobblestone streets, admire the ancient architecture and visit the Santa María Co-cathedral. Don't miss the Plaza de la Constitución Square, declared a Historic Site.
You can also find many restaurants in this area.

Mercado da Pedra

In this area you can find seafood shops, fishmongers and restaurants where you can buy and taste the best seafood.
In the famous oyster street of A Pedra, you can taste oysters in their natural state accompanied by a white wine.

Port of Vigo

Sample the local cuisine in one of the many restaurants overlooking the sea.

Monte do Castro

Monte do Castro was the place chosen by the first settlers to settle. In addition to the military remains from the 3rd century BC, there are also the remains of a fortress and walls from the 17th century from where you can enjoy the best views of the city and the Vigo estuary.

Samil Beach

One of the most famous beaches in Vigo. Ideal for a relaxing afternoon stroll.

Areal Area

To end the day, you can enjoy Vigo's nightlife in this area, where you'll find a variety of bars and clubs.

Things to do in Vigo

In Vigo and its surroundings you can find a variety of activities to enjoy your visit: guided tours, boat trips or Free Tours in Vigo.