At Camping Mougás we know that many of our campers are also great trekkers. And that is why we have decided to do a review of everything you need to carry in your backpack and walk in any of the routes offered by Oia and its surroundings.
At Camping Mougás we do not stop to amaze you. Therefore, from June 25 to September 25 you can visit the Monacal Botanical Circle of our campsite a sample of the work of eleven canteros of the province of Ourense and Pontevedra.
Very close to our Camping Mougás we can find many wonders of nature that are worth to know. Pozas de Mougás, natural pools in the Serra da Groba, are undoubtedly one of them.
Visit the route along the stretch of coast between Baiona and the mouth of the Minho, known as Costa dos Castros and discover their nuclei also.
Galicia is the only paradise from which we speak because we are discreet people who hate the crush and crowds huddled together on the same stretch of beach. Thus we have for each inhabitant beaches and kilometers of valleys and mountains where dwell at ease, but of course, are not all equal. Here we make our small selection of four corners you should not miss when you visit the site Mougás, knowing the south of Pontevedra.
Summer again. We are delighted to have the site open and running at full speed and that this year, so for now, is so conducive to going to the beach. You know that the site Mougás is waiting for all of you with shopping area, bungalows and a special place for caravans but we also want to remind you that Pontevedra is, above all, a little paradise on earth. Why do we say this? Well, people have many reasons: mild climate, rich gastronomy, ancient heritage and above all, the most important summer when pressed, some of the best beaches of the Iberian peninsula.
We are less than a month of Easter and the site of Oia, Mougás already have hours left until you open the doors again to everyone. Been a long seasons since the last time we met. We take this entry to propose a plan: discover this Easter Mougás all memories stored in A Cabeciña, our historic district.
Anyway, today we bring a kind of reverse of glamping "pioneer camping".This is a phenomenon that occurs in the United States and that is to go camping imitating as far as possible, the conditions that had to face the first Anglo settlers spread into the American West. They strive to rebuild the Golden Age of Camp, which took place between 1880 and 1930.
It has not yet been said on the inclusion of all in the field of luxury camping but we see that is a trend that may have roots in Spain. We will now see some modern gadgets at the same time stylish camper today.
Like “Verano Azul” in the TV, the tradition cyclist of the summer returns every year. The edition of 2014 of the Tour of Spain (La Vuelta) has to Galicia like protagonist because the last five stages celebrate here. Already it began the third round cyclist more important of Europe and warn that the cyclists of the squad will play quite a lot of options to win in all the community and, especially, in the south of Pontevedra. We invite you to accompany us in this small analysis of the stage that will see here in Oia.
Summer is slowly bouncing and life changes for our region. We passed the summer and greet the fall with one of the most famous activities that have made the neighborhood's vintage grapes to ferment the famous Albariño wine, one of the many gems we enjoy in southwestern Pontevedra .
Over several entries we paid attention to our region's relationship with the sea. Today, however, we want to pay attention to some points of interest within the south coast of Pontevedra. Now is the time to speak of Mount Aloia. It is a mountain of the highest in the Serra do Galiñeiro, mountain range that runs through the south of Pontevedra. It was declared a natural park in 1978 but its importance is ancient: it was a refuge against invasions and a last redoubt for freedom of the people of the region.
Curiously serve our newsletter, which warns of a new trend among camping: the glamping. One can realize that the thing is more or less, to apply the luxury of Arabian Nights to traditional camping.
The services offered by these opulent establishments oriented niche hardly differ in appearance from those of a traditional camping. There are rooms, tents and caravans but there the similarities end. All we found in these places is painted by an extra layer of comfort.