In the southern Rias Baixas region, protected from the open sea by a lovely bay, stands Monterreal Peninsula, where the Parador de Baiona awaits. The fortress offers up its walls for a stroll, or to relax and enjoy a beverage by the sea, and magical sunsets where the C?-es Islands in the distance beckon, inviting you to visit their cliffs, beaches and dunes, exploring their underwater depths and virgin trails.

Elegance is a key feature of every room of the Parador. The stately function rooms, spacious guest rooms with sea views and spectacular stone staircase that welcomes you at the entrance are just a few examples of the majesty of this medieval fortress.

An intimate ambiance, exquisite decor, well-kept gardens and an idyllic landscape make this a truly unique spot.


120 rooms including doubles / twins, superior rooms, single rooms, junior suites and suites.
Two rooms are adapted for disabled use.

Hotel Features

Stunning location on rocky promontory
Swimming pool with sea views
Easy access to Baiona old-town
24 hour reception and tour desk
Car parking on site


The Parador has two restaurants, Torre del Príncipe and Enxebre A Pinta, with views over the bay and out to the Islas Cies.
Breakfast is an extensive buffet with fresh, homemade and locally sourced produce.
There are many other wonderful options for dining out a short walk away in the old-town.

Hotel Facilities

24 Hour Reception
WiFi all areas
Laundry Service
Air Conditioning

Sports and Wellbeing

Swimming Pool (outdoor, seasonal)
Bicycle hire

Room facilities (all rooms)

En-suite bathroom
Air conditioning
Safe deposit box


Restaurant, open to the public
Bar, open to the public, serving drinks and light snacks
Packed lunch service


Facilities adapted for guests with reduced mobility
Room(s) adapted for guests with reduced mobility
Parking space adapted for guests with reduced mobility


On-site parking (free)

Baiona, North Spain

Baiona was the first European port to hear of the discovery of the Americas due to the arrival there in March 1493 of Pinzon in his caravel “La Pinta”. Today’s visitor can see a replica of the famous boat which now houses a museum dedicated to Columbus’ voyage of discovery. An important Atlantic port for centuries there is much to see in Baiona itself where the remains of the medieval walls and castle overlook the sandy beaches. For those wishing to relax and enjoy the beach there are six in all, covering over four kilometres of shore with a lovely Paseo Maritimo for that evening stroll. Popular with the Spanish, in summer the town has a busy nightlife with a wide selection of bars and restaurants to suit all tastes. Seafood, of course, is the speciality and what better to accompany it than a glass or two of the local Albariño, arguably Spain’s finest white wine.For those wishing to go further afield the city of Vigo, departure point for the Volvo Ocean Race in 2005, is just half an hour away and from here one can take a boat to the Islas Cies, one of Spain’s most important wildlife reserves, not to be missed by anyone spending time in this area.Santiago de la Compostela is less than an hour and a half away whilst the more adventurous may wish to drive down into northern Portugal with the city of Oporto less than two hours away.Those seeking activities will find them in abundance; sailing, watersports and diving can be arranged in the town itself whilst nearby there are mountains in excess of 2000ft and some more gentle walks starting from the town itself.