Cies Islands Ferries
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The Cies Islands is an archipelago off the coast of Pontevedra in western Spain. In 1980, the area was declared as a nature reserve so while Mar de Ons provides ferries to and from the islands, it is not possible to stay overnight.
You can book ferries to the Cies Islands with AFerry. See below for detailed timetable and the best prices our customers have found recently.
Ferries to and from the Cies Islands
Mar de Ons ships are built to the highest standard and have all amenities on board. Outside decks allow passengers to take in the breathtaking views of the islands and the Galician Coast. Inside the vessels, comfortable seating is available and there is an onboard café serving hot and cold refreshments and snacks.
About the Cies Islands
The Cies Islands were declared a nature reserve in 1980, due to the outstanding natural value of the area, and the deterioration human activity was causing.
Nature reserve status requires the Cies Islands to be well preserved, and any litter must be taken back to the Spanish mainland. This leaves a clean, natural area to explore and a fantastic habitat for wildlife.
As well as an immaculate landscape to explore, you'll also find beautiful white beaches with crystal clear waters in the Cies Islands, making the area perfect for families and couples alike.
Tourist facilities at the Cies Islands
Mar de Ons ferries dock at Monteagudo, where there is a supermarket, a visitor centre and a restaurant for tourists.
Getting to the Cies Islands
As a protected nature reserve, the only way to reach the Cies Islands is by ferry with Mar de Ons. You can book ferries to the Cies Islands with AFerry.
Cies Islands Map