Sálvora Islands

Visit to the National Maritime Park


Parque Nacional Marítimo Terrestre de las Islas Atlánticas de Galicia

Guided visits.

The Sálvora Island is the least known of those which are part of the Maritime-Terrestrial National Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia, it allows the possibility of restricted and controlled visits inside, making the 2 existing routes (route to the lighthouse and route to the village)..

  • Departures from the Port of O Grove (check departures from other ports)
  • Time: 4 hours (2.30h stay on the island)
  • Schedule: from 10.00 to 14.30 h.
  • Onboard mussels tasting with wine, water or soft drinks.

The reason is to let the schoolchildren and nature lovers know about their terrestrial and marine ecosystems, which are in a high balance level due to the minor impact that man exerted on them.

Zona de recreo.

En la Playa del Almacén, al lado del muelle de embarque, la única zona de la isla donde podremos gozar del tiempo libre.

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Tips and recommendations to visit the Park

  • Enjoying our environment is an essential right; keep a responsible and respectful attitude, actively collaborating in the preservation of this natural space, a heritage of all.
  • Planning the visit is essential. Get information through this page or at the park offices about all those aspects that condition your stay in the islands: time of visit, access, services, activities.
  • Before visiting, try to make sure precisely about what are the services that the shipping companies will offer especially in times with less influx of visitors, such as Easter and weekends in May, and on days when the weather conditions are unfavorable.
  • If you are going to use the authorized camping areas, keep in mind that places are limited.
  • Once in the islands, go to the Information Booths of the Park, where they will advise you on the possible activities to be carried out, obtaining a better benefit of your stay in this natural space.
  • Visit the Interpretation Centers of the Park (Cambón, Cíes Island, and Ons Island) as a reference point for a greater understanding of these islands.
  •  Move along only on roads intended for public use (free visiting areas).
  • Your safety is our concern, but it is your responsibility. Do not do dangerous activities such as getting too close to the cliffs or swimming when the sea is not calm.
  • Silence benefits the fauna and those who enjoy it. Noises (music devices, shouting, etc.) reduce the environmental quality and impede the enjoyment of the sounds of nature, try not to cause noises.
  • Complete the itineraries avoiding the large groups.
  • Try to drink plenty of fluids; a prolonged sun-exposure, the summer temperatures, and wind can cause dehydration problems. Neither must you forget items such as sunglasses, caps, and sunscreen.