Parador de Baiona -Occupying the Montereal Peninsula, this is one of the most extraordinary Paradores, half medieval fortress and half Galician stately architecture. It rises up as an impressive viewpoint over the ocean, surrounded by a walled enclosure, protected by the sea and flanked by a beautiful pine wood. The Parador has regal and elegant common rooms in which decorative elements from other times abound. Stately living rooms and spacious bedrooms, many with views of the sea, make up a grandiose interior in which the splendid stone staircase of the entrance hall stands out. The sea-bass with razor clams in a sauce of turnip greens, seafood dishes, Santiago cake and 'filloas' (type of crepe) make up the varied gastronomic showcase of this Parador.
Distances to nearest paradors
Parador de Tui: 25 Km.
Parador de Pontevedra: 50 Km.
Parador de Cambados: 70 Km.
Parador de Santiago de Compostela: 113 Km.
Parador de Santo Estevo: 129 Km.
Parador de Monforte de Lemos: 150 Km.
Parador de Verin: 199 Km.
Arrival of La Pinta caravel 1 March, Baiona
Virgen del Carmen 16 July, Baiona
La Anunciada 2nd Sunday August Baiona
Santos Cosme and Damián 26 September, Baiona
Virgen de la Roca procession last Sunday in August, Baiona
Baiona. Cruceiro de la Santísima Trinidad, Virgen de la Roca, replica of the 'La Pinta'
Portugal. Valença do Minho (25 km), Viana do Castelo (60 km). Vigo (20 km). Tui (25 km)
Pontevedra (50 km)
A Toxa (80 km)
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