Are you ready to spend a moment of extreme fun? If there are places that are worth visiting for hiking, one of them is Vigo, a magical scenario becomes the perfect setting for a well deserved holiday. Mountains, rivers, forest areas, long trails and scenic views. Vigo is a real privilege for eyes, the best destination to spend a different weekend, doing a bit of nature tourism from an unusual perspective. No wonder Vigo is emerging as the most sought after regarding hikers. At present there is a significant diversity of surfaces and hiking trails to suit all tastes and budgets. If you are looking for some reference for hiking then here are some recommended routes.
Vigo panoramic Senda GR-53. We begin with this wonderful path extending about 40 miles. It is the largest existing route in Vigo, in a step favored by several hills and a duration of 5 hours for each stage. The starting point is Saians Church, through the Municipal Hall of Ethnography, Saians forest parks and Oia, the petroglyphs from the Bronze Age Fragoselo and reaching the forest park of Monte dos Pozos and summits of Alba and Cepudo on the mountains.
Water Path. Explore different access channels which used to carry water. The route has a length of 13 kilometers visiting Cantabria Street through the neighborhood Washers among other suggestive places. Camino de Santiago. This is the coastal route that crosses the border of the Minho river bed past the A Guarda coast, Oia, Baiona, Nigrán and returning to the main road in Redondela.
Vigo Biking trail
Vigo photos: Captain Martini, Fraser Britton, Al Meakin, hercios.