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A treasure waiting to be discovered

Ons Island

Travel to Ons Island

Isla de Ons

Ons is an archipelago located at the entrance to the Ría de Pontevedra, serving as a bulwark of it. It covers 2,171 hectares of sea and 470 hectares of land, for a total of 4,458 km2. Its coordinates are: latitude 42º 22′ north and longitude 8º 56′ west. It is located in the Rías Baixas and due to social reasons—and not proximity—, it belongs to the municipality of Bueu, in the province of Pontevedra (Galicia, Spain), specifically the parish of Beluso, from where the former settlers were from. This archipelago is comprised of Ons Island (414 ha) and several islets: Onza, Centolo and Freitosa. Ons Island measures 5.9 km long by 1.3 km wide, with a plateau-like profile (its highest point is the Ons Lighthouse, at 128 m); it’s 4 km away from mainland Spain.

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We’ll make anything you can imagine aboard a ship happen! At Piratas de Nabia, we have extensive experience in organising events during crossings. Call us now and organise your event, whether it’s a convention, congress, meeting, wedding, first communion, baptism, birthday, lunch, cocktail or dinner. Last but not the least, as our corporate group (Acuña...
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Dining at Casa Acuña

Casa Acuña was founded in 1945 by Jesús Acuña, the island’s cabezaleiro (small town mayor). It has always been the watering hole for all seafarers, and thanks to the duo made up by Jesús (who did the catching) and his wife Rosa (who did the cooking), it became the best restaurant on Ons Island. Rosa...
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The Southern Trail: a walk into “hell”. A fascinating route

The Southern Trail covers a large part of the island, going through the entire southern half of Ons Island. It sets out from the information booth in As Rodas, climbs the street in O Curro and—upon reaching the crossroads—descends along the track that leads to Area dos Cans, the most popular beach on the island....
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The Lighthouse Trail is a hike with great views

The Lighthouse Trail starts with a climb up the main street of O Curro. Upon reaching the crossroads, turn right and continue along the paved track that winds its way among fishermen’s houses and hórreos and climbs towards the village of O Cucorno. From there, you can see the Ons Lighthouse, which was built in...
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The Northern Trail: a trek through the north

The Northern Trail (or the “Naturist Trail”) is the most popular trail on Ons Island, as it’s the one used to get to the nudist beach of Melide. It sets out from the information booth of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia Natural Park and covers the entire northern part of the island. It crosses the...
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The Castelo Trail, which overlooks the estuaries

The Castelo Trail is the shortest route on the island and the busiest. It’s an easy hike that begins in the rest area near As Dornas Beach, which gets its name from the traditional fishing boats used by the islanders. Going north, there’s a path that borders the eastern coast and enters a small willow...
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Casa Acuña and Bar O Pirata

Eating on Ons

Ons Island

Atlantic Islands of Galicia Marine-Terrestrial National Park

Since 2002, Ons Island has been part of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia Marine-Terrestrial National Park, but in the past, it and the other islands were pirate havens. They have always been inhabited, and at present, they have a permanent population of 78, according to the 2010 Census.

A natural paradise

One of the most stunning places in Galicia

There are two ways to visit Ons Island: by private boat, in which case you’ll need to apply for an anchoring permit, or by ferry in summer, weekends in May and Easter. Aboard these catamarans, you can take in the majesty of the Ría de Pontevedra, where different species of algae and fishes and rock formations can be found.

Enjoy the island day and night

Accommodation on Ons Island

On Ons Island, Casa Acuña has a guest house with 20 twin/double rooms (with en suite bathroom) and 6 apartments—each with two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, living room and outdoor area. They can be booked on a daily, weekly or monthly basis; the rate will depend on the length of stay.

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