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Marina Muxia is also known as Port Muxia and Puerto Deportivo Muxia and it is located in the town with the same name that lays on the Spanish coast that is truly special thanks to amazing rocks that have been formed through time and ancient monuments that stand tall and can be seen from off shore. The main attractions here are the Cabo Tourinan, the Virxe da Barca Sanctuary and the beaches. In front of the church of Nosa Senora da Barca tourists will be able to admire the distinguished rocks that are called Pedra d’Abalar. Their aspect is similar to a blanket that carefully covers the earth in this area, protecting it from the world. The panoramas are picturesque and romantic, but mysterious at the same time. This is the perfect destination for a family vacation thanks to its coastal beauty and the its historical attractions. Some of te main attractions are the monument of the Prestige Oil Spill, the Doorway of the ancient Sanctuary of Virxe da Barca, etc.
Tourist info point
Service Station for ships
Residual water collection
Boat assistance for mooring
24 hour access
Washing for ships
Tourist Information Point
Credit Cards accepted
Credit Cards accepted
A client will be refunded of 25% from the amount paid for a reservation (here including berths and services booking) if he/she cancels the reservation minimum 15 full days before performing the check-in ONLY IF between the booking date and the check-in date there is an interval of minimum 30 full days
The autonomous community of Galicia is situated in the North-Western side of Spain, being bordered by Portugal. The name of the province is also known as Galiza and it is pronounced in various ways, depending on the area. This province has earned the title of a historic nationality and it is composed of the provinces A Coruna, Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra. Galicia is bordered by Atlantic Ocean and it is one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
The greatest parts of the landscapes here are picturesque and have a rather raw, celtic aspect, by comparison to the southern side of Spain, which tends to be more exotic. The cliffs are extremely high and covered by grass and vegetation and the villages are traditional and exhale the Spanish culture through its pores.
This region is extremely old, dating from the Middle Palaeolithic. The first inhabitants that could be detected through archaeological evidence were the Gallaeci, who were Celtic people liv... more info