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Vigo is the largest city in Galicia and discover the heart of the Rías Baixas: its light, its temperate climate, its cuisine, its culture and its incredible landscape. Visit Vigo and get carried away by this unique city that always leaves its mark.

This tireless and enterprising maritime city combines its vibrant urban life with one of the most beautiful natural surroundings in Galicia: the Cíes Islands, a must-see for anyone looking for a two-seater trip north with friends or for the whole family. This is southern Galicia's ideal destination for enjoying nature: in the heart of the Ria de Vigo, with fabulous beaches, but with a diverse offer of nightlife, culture, shopping and entertainment for all tastes… and every pocket.

Vigo has been tailor-made for all those looking for a wide range of options: Galician cuisine, nature, boating, beaches, leisure and the liveliest nightlife in Galicia.
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Its fishing origin has left a historic neighborhood with a strong maritime flavor, which contrasts with the modern facilities of its marinas. This city is a great base for visiting the towns and villages along the Vigo estuary and the Cíes Islands that are part of the Atlantic Islands National Park. Galician coast cuisine is based on fish and shellfish and is an added incentive to visit this region.
Vigo's climate is generally classified as oceanic, but summers tend to be warmer and drier and winters milder than most similarly classified areas. In fact, Vigo's climate is more similar to the oceanic climate variant commonly seen in the Pacific Northwest region of North America, although with noticeably warmer winters. Substantial rainfall throughout the year prevents it from being classified as a Mediterranean climate, although there is a drought trend in summer. The average annual temperature in Vigo is 15 ° C (59 ° F).
Compared to many other cities in Galicia, Vigo experiences warmer summer temperatures and milder winters. This is due to its protected location, surrounded by inland mountains and the Illas Cíes in the bay towards the sea.

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