Bueu ferry port in Spain connects you with Ons Island in Spain with a choice of up to 28 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Bueu to Ons Island crossing is from 45 minutes and the crossing is operated by Mar de Ons.
The municipality of Bueu is built upon the rugged hills of the Morazzo peninsula in the Galicia region of northern Spain. It’s a town shaped by a grid of downtown streets that line the cliff-faced coast and rise towards the steep climbs of the countryside where they become twisting residential lanes. The tree-lined seafront is a popular destination in summer due to its warm climate and the sandy beaches that edge the blue-watered bay.
The port of Bueu is found on the corner of an L-shaped pier that juts out into the wide Ria de Pontevedra estuary. The cruise terminal here is very small and consists of nothing more than a check-in booth and a compact car-park designated for the use of ferry passengers.
The main road into Bueu is the PO-551 highway that follows the coastline of the peninsula towards the city of Pontevedra in the north-east. It’s a route that is regularly traversed by the coaches that leave from stops outside the port, taking passengers to various points throughout the city including the train-station that links the peninsula to regions further inland.
Currently two passenger lines run from the port of Bueu. Both Naviera Nabia and Mar de Ons ferries leave the sea-facing mouth of the Ria de Pontevedra estuary multiple times throughout the day before heading the short distance east to Ons Island.
Muelle Pesquero, Avda. Montero Ríos, s/n, 36930 Bueu, Pontevedra
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