Nigran is a small coastal town and Spanish municipality, located within the Galicia region, to the far north-west of the country. Being far away from the traditional package holiday destinations of the Spanish Costas, visitors looking to spend their holidays in Nigran will find that there is a select choice of self catering accommodation available for holiday rental in the town. There are apartments and villas here, many enjoying spectacular ocean views, although for a greater choice the city of Vigo is a short drive away.
Visitors spending their holidays in Nigran will find that although the town is not on the typical tourist map of Spain, it is still the ideal destination for a relaxing, get-away-from-it-all type of holiday. It is the ideal base for exploring the stunning, unspoilt Galician landscape. This can be explored on foot, horseback or by hiring a car. Visitors may also wish to join an organised boat excursion to explore the region’s rugged coastline, or enjoy water sports or a spot of productive fishing in the many sheltered coves and rivers.
Tourists to the region will find that no holiday in Nigran can be complete without spending some time in the nearby city of Vigo. One of the largest cities in the region, Vigo boasts a number of tourist attractions and amenities, to include its Museum of Contemporary Art, Naturnova Museum and the Museum of the Sea. As would be expected form a large city, Vigo also boasts some great shopping experiences, as well as a wonderful choice of restaurants, bars and cafés and a thriving nightlife. Visitors enjoying their holidays in Nigran will also find that there are numerous architecturally interesting landmarks to be found in the Vigo area, mainly within the historic Casco Vello and Porta do Sol areas.
Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Nigran will find that that this region of Spain has a mild climate. This means that summers are generally warm, with temperatures averaging in the mid to late 20s degrees Celsius. Winter temperatures are generally cooler, averaging between 8 and 11 degrees Celsius. The region receives an average annual rainfall of around 54 inches.
Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Nigran will first fly to Santiago de Compostela Airport (SCQ), some 50 miles to the north of the town. British Airways and Ryanair operate regular flights here from the UK, departing from London Heathrow (LHR) and London Stansted (STN) airports.