Parador de Baiona Hotel

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Rua Arquitecto Jesus Valverde, Baiona, Galicia, 36300, Spain
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Castillo de Monte Real

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This 16th century fort was built to protect Baiona from its enemies and pirates. It was the perfect place to built within its walls the Parador de Baiona, a luxury 4 star hotel. Sitting on this stone walled peninsula you get marvelous views of the sea and the village.

Bayona (Baiona), Spain

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The town of Baiona is one of the most thriving tourist resorts in the province of Pontevedra. In and around Baiona you will discover many beaches on which you can enjoy the sunshine. These are Playa Ladeira, Santa Marta, Ribeira, Concheira, and Barbeira which are all crowed in the summer months. It is also a fishing village which has managed to maintain its ancient appearance. In addition to its excellent beaches and old quarter, Baiona has a magnificent fortress which has been converted into a 4 star Parador.

Baiona has an outstanding monumental and artistic heritage. It was also the first place in the Old World to learn of the discovery of America from one of Columbus' caravels, La Pinta, on April 1st, 1493, which anchored in the tiny bay.

"A View From Afar"

A beautiful view of the Parador and the rocky shoreline just south of Baiona.

"Street Scene"

This is the main street in Baiona that winds around the waterfront and continues north to Vigo or south to A Guarda. On one side of the street you have the beautiful harbor and on the other numerous restaurants, hotels, panaderia's, and a variety of clothing, jewelry, and tourist type stores.


A View of Nigran from the ParadorA View of Nigran from the Parador

Enjoying Monte RealEnjoying Monte Real

A Gull Held CapturedA Gull Held Captured

Tower of the TenailleTower of the Tenaille

Travel Tips for Bayona

Harmony with the Sea

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The first thing we see when arriving to Bayona is the sea, the bay, the ria and of course the marine front with the port. Always present, the smell of the sea, enters our lungs refreshing them.
A walk on the promenade around the bay and the visit to the Castle are a must when visiting Bayona.

Holy Trinity Cross

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Over a group of rocks in the highest area of the village can be found this Cross that was built in the 15th century.
Inside the shelter there is a Gothic cross with the image of Jesus Christ at whose feet the Holy Virgin Mary appears next to some other consecrated figures.

Medieval Bridge

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The bridge across the river Miñor establishes the boundary between the councils of Bayona and Nigrán.
This beautiful medieval-style bridge presents ten semicircular arches, eight of which (36 metres long) belong to Bayona.
Tradition says that pregnant women whose unborn children had been repeatedly miscarried used to go to the bridge to exorcise their unfavourable fate. The exorcism had to be performed at midnight: the woman's belly was washed with water from the river and the first person to cross the river after the rite was chosen as godparent, a honour which could not be refused.


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Address: Rua Arquitecto Jesus Valverde, Baiona, Galicia, 36300, Spain