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Holiday Letting Price Information in Pontevedra
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Pontevedra. The week with the highest average prices is in July (20/07 - 27/07). During this week, a night will cost on average £95. You can find some of the best deals during a week of November (17/11 - 24/11). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Pontevedra
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in August (10/08 - 17/08), where 64% of the holiday lettings are booked. It is easier to find a rental in a week of September (22/09 - 29/09), as only 19% of the accommodations are booked.
The weather in Pontevedra
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 26°. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The wettest month is January with 18 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 4 rainy days in July, which is the driest month.
Savour Spain's best cuisine at Province of Pontevedra holiday lettings
When you stay at a holiday cottage in the Spanish Province of Pontevedra, expect ancient petroglyphs, Roman ruins, and resplendent Gothic cathedrals. Deserted beaches, superb seafood, and local wine beckon travellers to this stunning region.
Sample Galician cuisine
Though the climate is less conducive to wine production than southern Spain’s, you can still sample some local varieties with an international following, such as Albariño.
Galicia's cuisine is all about seafood. The most common accompaniments to this staple are potato dishes. Lugo is home to some of the best gastronomy in Spain, let alone Galicia. Find your way down its back streets to some of the best restaurants, such as Paprica, Espana and Las Cinco Vigas.
Santiago de Compostela, a UNESCO World Heritage site, boasts unique architecture and history. Come and see its cathedral, which was once the third-most important Christian site. It is still a place of pilgrimage for thousands every year. As you wander the old town, marvel at its array of Gothic, Neoclassical, Romanesque, and Basque buildings.
Have a look at the 2nd-century Tower of Hercules lighthouse in La Coruña, and Ourense's old Roman spa. The city of Lugo is embraced by a 1,700-year old Roman wall, which still protects it to this day. Inside the old town, you’ll find a cathedral and the stately Palacio Episcopal.
Some of Spain's best beaches are right here in Galicia. With innumerable secluded coves, inlets, and lagoons, you're never at a loss for somewhere to swim and sunbathe. La Praia de Queiruga sees superb surfing waves surge towards its sandy shore throughout the season. Watch for schools of dolphins not far off the coast.
Area Longa is popular with surfers and nudists, while Play de Ornanda is more sheltered and a better bet for swimmers. If you're in the market for a beach with showers and cafés, then Coira is the one for you.
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