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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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How To Get To Ons Island Ferry Port

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Ons Island Ferry Services

Ons Island Guide

Ons Island Ferry Port

Situated in close proximity to the Cies Island group, Ons Island is a small island belonging to Spain. There are many ferry routes departing the port, heading to Bueu, Sanxenxo, Portonovo and Vigo. The crossings are supplied by Naviera Nabia or Mar De Ons ferry company, usually lasting between half an hour and two hours.

What is there to do on Ons Island?

It’s easy to be mistaken in thinking that Ons Island was created simply as an escape from all the stress of the modern world. Whilst most tourist destinations are littered with bars, clubs and bustling streets, many visitors to Ons Island will have the long stretch of glorious coastline all to themselves. The beaches are relatively small and don’t lend themselves to hours of sunbathing, but there lies the beauty – the landscape and environment is unlike any other around the world. There are few shops or restaurants on the island, so all the entertainment is to be found in the great outdoors. Embark on the copious walking trails, or just relax and admire the breathtaking terrain that engulfs Ons Island. Most visitors only stay for a day due to the lack of amenities, but for a tranquil haven away from the hassles of reality, Ons Island is perfect.

How do visitors get around Ons Island?

Ons Island is entirely accessible by foot, so most who visit choose walking as their mode of transport.

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