About this accommodation
Villa Rosa is a great traditional Galician house, its interior design, attention to detail, makes those who enjoy it, always want to come back. It has a private garden and heated pool. You will enjoy total privacy and the highest quality services.There is a games room, bar, fireplace, billiards, pin pon, barbecue , 3 lounges, kitchen, and 5 bedrooms, ideal for disconnecting and relaxing. Its gardens and furnishings are exceptional, as well as its panoramic views.
Our villa is a space of luxury and comfort, with pool and located in an exclusive enclave. We create a warm atmosphere with thoughtful interior design. Rest is our priority. It is ideal for enjoying sunny holidays, beach, hiking, water sports, golf, urban getaways and local cuisine at any time of the year. It is close to Santiago, Sanxenxo, Islas Cí, Ons, La Toja and Rías BaixasVUT-CO-005982Pool heating is contracted separately.
No loud parties or events allowed*If there are places with a special color, the Rias Baixas have a smell and a flavor. They smell and taste at sea, salitre, fish, seafood. In Galicia, from Finisterre to the Miño River, there is so much to discover, do, and prove that it is sometimes difficult to decide: the beauty of its nature, such as that of the Atlantic Islands' national park; its famous Albariños, which have flown to Cambados as the European Wine City; or bathing on its endless sandy beaches, such as the beach of A Lanzada, or those traversed by dunes, such as those of Corrubedo. In none of its estuaries are there any great ports, sailors or shellfishers struggling on the shore, and each one has a story to tell. If you visit the tertiary, you can't miss them.
What's the best time to stay for a Rías Baixas vacation rental?We already know that it rains a lot in Galicia, especially in autumn, winter and spring, but the Rías Baixas have a special climate, more pleasant and clear, and a perfect sun to enjoy the coast! This is because the sea prevents temperatures from rising or falling sharply. Even in winter, frosts are scarce. Yes, it is essential to arm yourself with a waterproof coat and good boots for walking. In summer, from June to September, the temperature rises a lot and the chances of rain are down. Temperatures vary between northern and southern estuaries, but in summer average highs are around 25 degrees and lows around 15 degrees. In the winter, the average maximums do not exceed 10 and they do not usually go below 6 degrees.
What are the most interesting activities in Rías Baixas?Taste a Mariscada in CombarroWhoever says in Combarro for his hórreos, says in Chancelas, Raxó or Sanxenxo, because in these four typical Galician villas you will find restaurants that overlook the Pontevedra estuary and an unbeatable seafood in quality and variety! Enjoy it with the sharp taste of a good white wine from the Rías Baixas.Sailing to the Cíes IslandsPractically unspoiled, in them you will find beaches of fine white sand and crystal clear water. But don't stay on the shore! There you can hike steep paths to its historic lighthouses, from where you'll have the best views.El Mirador de Ézaro and its waterfallIt is clear that you cannot miss the mythical Finisterre lighthouse, but the incredible views from the Mirador de Ézaro, something less known, and the waterfall right next door have little to envy it. You can get in the car or leave it in the village and walk through a granite landscape dotted with greenery. Are you coming?