To get here you can follow the blue track. It is a circle shape path of less than 6 km that will lead you from the sea level to 128 m high on the top of the mountain. On your way you can admire the Pyrenean oak (Quercus pyrenaica) or Spanish festoon butterfly.
Cíes Islands are part of Atlantic Islands of Galicia National Park. It is an archipelago composed of three islands: the Northern island or Monteagudo, the Middle island or Faro and the Southern island or San Martiño.
Northern Island and Middle island used to be separated; nowadays they are connected through Rodas beach, one of the most beautiful of the world.
You can reach them by public transport in high season (Easter and from May 15th until September/ October). It is recommended to book the boat in advance due to a visitors limit per day.
On the islands you can practise trekking through signalised tracks, diving (previous authorization needed), stay overnight in the camping (previous authorization needed) or just sunbathe on the beach.
It is recommended to go to the Visitors Centre of the National Park in Calle Palma to receive detailed information and plan the visit.
When getting down from the mountain, if you skirt the City Hall you will see the remains of San Sebastián fortress.
If you visit Vigo in summertime, remember to check the concerts schedule of the park.
You can get here from Calle Cantabria. It is a long route, but you can do the first 13 km and go back by bus from the airport.
The trail starts in Beade and finish in the forest park.
Camellia flower blooms in January/ February and is appreciated in cosmetics because its benefits for the skin and hair. It is sold as oil.
Check this link to discover all the gardens of the route