Friday, June 19, 2020 - 20:10
Turismo de Vigo

The comfort and convenience of a taxi is a good option for discovering Vigo and it is particularly recommendable for families with small children and those who have difficulties or simply don't feel like walking. The prices offered by Radio Taxi are for one taxi, which holds up to four people. If necessary, there are taxis for the disabled. Simply book your taxi one hour in advance.

Choose your preferred route and enjoy a personalised trip at your own speed.


(40 km, four 15-minute stops)

This tour...

Wednesday, June 10, 2020 - 13:12
Turismo de Vigo

Have you still not visited the beaches of Vigo? They are one of the city’s biggest attractions. The beaches of the Vigo Estuary will surprise you: they’re not like other unattractive, uncomfortable and very crowded urban beaches. 10 minutes from the centre of Vigo, its beaches have fine white sand, clear waters and for everyone’s liking: family beaches, wild coves, sandy beaches with waves for water sports and nude beaches.

In some areas of Vigo, you can walk from beach to beach along the...

Friday, May 29, 2020 - 16:43
Turismo de Vigo

The French writer Jules Verne devoted one of the chapters in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea to the Bay of Vigo, which bolstered the legend of the treasure of Rande. The author’s popular character Captain Nemo, thanks to his equally famous submarine the Nautilus, was able to salvage the gold that had been lost underwater during the Battle of Rande and use it to pay for his adventures.  


Thursday, April 2, 2020 - 14:05
Turismo de Vigo

Our story began with the coming-and-going of the waves in the Estuary of Vigo, which inspired our mediaeval troubadour, Martín Códax, to compose his beautiful songs. But it was Fate who chose that, in 1914, seven centuries after the songs were composed, a bookseller called Pedro Vindel was to find his poems on a scroll used to cover a copy of Cicero’s De Officiis.

Vigo has become a muse for writers all over the world. From Jules Verne to the latest bestsellers by Domingo Villar, including Otero Pedrayo...