Enjoy dozens of sandy beaches, seafood, cliff walks; explore an untouched coast!
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The villa have 4 bedrooms, two with bathroom in the room, and two with a shared bathroom in the upper floor. A large living room, about 40 sqm, a large kitchen fully equiped about 35 sqm. Garage space for 2/3 cars. Total living space of 220 sqm.The villa has 4 floors, and at the botton floor is the garage.
At the living room, you can dinner at the terrace while enjoying the splendid view of the Ria of the city of Viveiro, really wonderfull view.
The beach is about 5 min. walking distance, althougt is not the only beach nearby. Viveiro is famous for its seafood and its beaches (Area, La Brela, El Caolín (barqueiro), Esteiro and many more).
At the port rentals of boats are also available.
Viveiro is situated in the northwestern galaecian community. The city concentrated 16000 inhabitants but this number triples in summer and festivities.
The old wall, of which only parts remain today, were built to protect the inhabitants from the attacks or from the plague. The remains of the wall, which succumbed to the modernity of last centuries in spite of its importance and simplicity, are easily localized in the old part of the city although they are situated near small moderns buildings. In spite of everything three of its original doors remain upright: the door of Valado with a Romanesque style, the door of Castelo da Ponte, also called the door of Carlos V, that is the emblem of Viveiro. This door has the sculpted imperial arms of the monarch, the original arms of the kingdom and the own arms of the city.
Some of the mansions of the city's noble families are still existing, such as the gunsmith's house sculpted in stone. Religious buildings include the monastery of the Concepcion, which was founded by María das Alas Pumariño (died 1601), and the chapel of Ecce Homo, also called the chapel of Pity, which was built at the expense of Rodrigo Alonso Alfeirán (died 1608).
The city is also home to several Romanesque historical buildings. These include the churches of San Pedro, Santa María or San Francisco. The bridge over the river Landro is of medieval origins too.
Viveiro's is the oldest Carnival in Galicia. It is celebrated during the four days before Lent, from Saturday until Shrove Tuesday. It concludes on Tuesday with a great procession of floats through the streets.
Main article: Holy Week in Viveiro
The Holy Week in Viveiro is one of the most important Holy Week celebrations in Galicia. Vivero has a great number of cofradías such as the Virgin of the Rosario, the Christ of the Piety, the Seven Words and St. Cross. The city is also home to processions such as the Encounter that show the Calvary of Christ with religious images, the Unnailed and St. Funeral that show the descent of the Cross to continue with the procession of St. Funeral, the Last Supper with the pasos of the supper, Horto, Ecce Homo, the Nazarene and the Virgin of the Dolores- Sufferings, the Passion, the Seven Words, the Piety and the Virgin on foot of the Cross, a silent procession.
Rapa das Bestas
Main article: Rapa das Bestas
This festivity takes place the first Sunday of July except that the first of July coincides on Sunday then it celebrates the second Sunday in the Buio Mountains. It is an old tradition according to which people cut the horsehairs, brand the horses and break in them.
It celebrates on August 15 in Saint Roque and the Virgin's honour.
The pilgrimage of Naseiro (The pilgrimage of the good meal)
Ría de Viveiro
It celebrates the fourth Sunday of August and also Arzurs birthday.
Saint James' day
It celebrates on July 25 at the Port of Celeiro with a marine procession through the estuary of Viveiro.