Casa Rural A Rega


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Casa Rural A Rega


Miguel Pérez Olmedo resolve any doubts

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Published since 1 August 2004

  • Casa Rural A Rega
    Pontevedra
  • Casa Rural A Rega
    Pontevedra
  • Casa Rural A Rega
    Pontevedra
  • Casa Rural A Rega
    Pontevedra
  • Casa Rural A Rega
    Pontevedra
  • Casa Rural A Rega
    Pontevedra
  • Casa Rural A Rega
    Pontevedra
  • Casa Rural A Rega
    Pontevedra


  Casa Rural A Rega is NOT pet friendly  

It is a traditional stone building, located a few metres from the beach surrounded by greenery and breathtaking views of the Pontevedra estuary.

Recently it received the distinctive \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Tourist Quality Commitment\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" under the Integrated Quality System for Tourist Destination (SICTED).

It consists of 7 spacious en suite bedrooms, including 4 suites, with separate living room, TV and heating.

It also has a large living room with fireplace and library, a wonderful terrace to enjoy the sunset and a covered pool for private use in the garden. Breakfast is offered.

Pets are welcome, but never inside the house. It is free.

Description Summary:
Heating Deep in the countryside Near the beach
Stereo DVD player Patio
Dining room SPA Hairdryer
Library On the outskirts Breakfast
TV Whirlpool shower Internet
Garden Garden furniture BBQ
Terrace Fireplace Parking space
Room TV Gym  

Environment & Activities Casa Rural A Rega

Location:

Located 200ms. from the beach, at the foothills, in an open green space, surrounded by tranquility.

A Rega is just 1km. from Combarro, a fishing village where time seems to have stopped. It is one of the most beautiful fishing villages of the Galician coast. It has s only five hundred inhabitants and more than 30 \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"hórreos\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" (granary built on stone pillars) along the coastline.

The town is a great example of typical seaside lifestyle architecture - small houses and streets paved using bare rock. At high tide, the water comes up to the start of the streets closest to the estuary.

Apart from the architecture, you can also watch seafaring scenes that take place in the port and beach - women shellfishing at low tide, fishing nets getting fixed, small little boats setting off or reaching the dock...

Tourism has now become a part of this quiet fishing village. Some of the old houses have been converted into bars or restaurants. There, next to a centenary granary, you can eat the freshest seafood ever. No doubt, it will taste better in these terraces with sea views.

And then, an impressive Baroque church. After touring every corner of this beautiful town, it is customary to visit the nearby monastery of Poio, just 1 mile from our house. The temple has all the characteristics of Galician Baroque, with plenty of ornamental filigree in both facades and altars.
Inside lies a cloister, with round arches and a small garden where settles the baroque fountain. Outside the temple there is a large barn, several metres long, symbolizing the power of the former owners of the land.

However, the most unique feature of this monastery is the monumental mosaic of Santiago Road, made with thousands of small stones for over 70 years. This work represents the traditions of the Jacobean route, and the monuments of the cities on this historic route.

You can not miss a visit to Sanxenxo, 8kms from our house - one of the most important tourist centres in Galicia.
This rich and varied coastal profile that extends along 17 kilometers is dotted by a succession of magnificent beaches, some calm and quiet, others more open and busy, some in an urban environment and others surrounded by natural beauty, each with its distinct and unique character.

Exquisite gastronomy, water sports, golf, horse riding, quad bikes, karts or parasailing are only some of the activities you can do in Sanxenxo.

Activities Summary:
Bike riding Multisports Quads
Horse trails Hiking Board games
Water sports Golf Horse riding
Bird watching Hunting Fishing
Surfing Mountaineering  

Owner's Comments Casa Rural A Rega

The most practical way to get to the cottage is to take the PO-308 along the coast from Sanxenxo to Pontevedra.

For those coming from the area of Santiago, it is recommended to get to Pontevedra, not via Sanxenxo, that is, not to take the Salnes VRR-41. Please see the section above.



(*) Distances in straight line