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Province of Pontevedra Holiday Rentals

Recent Reviews

  • Great apartment in central location in historic town of Pontevedra.
    4 of 5

    A bright modern appartment in the interesting medieval town of Pontevedra. It’s an easy walk into the centre where there are plenty of restaurants and bars as well as sights. The hosts are friendly and welcoming and there is lots of information about what to locally. The beaches close by are absolutely beautiful. The kitchen is well equipped and it was nice to offered equipment for the beach. We used the garage which was a good option for us. We were there for the medieval festival which was really great and not be missed if you happen to be there when it is on. We recommend this as a place to stay.

    Stayed: Aug 2018
  • Perfect Holiday Apartment in a Fabulous Location
    5 of 5

    We came across the listing for this apartment on a search of the overall Rias Baixas area, not specifically targeting Illa de Arousa for our break. We are so glad that we did. It looks lovely in the photos, and it seems well-equipped from the description, so we went with fairly high expectations. I am glad to say our expectations were thoroughly surpassed! We found the apartment in lovely clean condition. It is very nicely decorated and has everything one could ask for in a holiday apartment: Oven and hob; large fridge-freezer; washer/dryer; big TV with cable, including on-demand services; wifi. The description states there is parking, which we assumed from looking at Streetview must have been on street. In fact there is a space in a secure underground parking garage. If you are coming with more than one vehicle then you won't have any problem getting a space in front of the block in our experience. We had our 2 kids aged 3 and 5 with us and they absolutely loved the place. As you will see from the picture and description, there is a pool, football/basketball court, and padel court. These are all exclusively for the use of residents. There is also a public childens playground immediately adjacent to the block, with a small beach bar next to that. There's a larger, slightly more formal bar/restaurant, Pescador, just a few metres further away, which we can recommend. There are lovely little beaches just a few metres to the east and to the north of the block. These have shower facilities but no loungers, parasols, pedaloes etc. For those kind of facilities you will need to visit some of the many other beaches around the island. We especially liked those at Area de Secada in the north, but you are really spoilt for choice here. Be aware that the "chiringuitos", the little bar/restaurant shacks at the beaches, don't usually do food for those just walking up. You have to order in advance. Just pay them a visit when you arrive at the beach, or as soon as they open, order your food and book a time. Then you just rock up at the appointed time and order your drink. Your food will arrive shortly after. All very civilised but can lead to empty-bellied disappointment to the uninitiated. Thank you so much to the owners of this apartment who met us there, showed us how everything worked, cheered up our grumpy and tired (ffrom the flight) children, and got up extra early to see us before we got our early flight home - we will hopefully be back soon!

    Stayed: Aug 2018
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