Have you though of discovering Vigo, the biggest city of Galicia, in a different way? Find your inner peace of mind with us before going home and introduce yourself into a philosophy that can change your life, both physically and spiritually…or perhaps while on holidays you did not have the opportunity to practice your Yogi routine, here comes the chance! We help you to feel energized.
Enjoy an orientation walk of Vigo ‘s Old Quarter and experience the wellness of being present and focused during your day discovering new life perspectives. Allow your mind to have a break from thinking with a Yoga Masterclass followed by an organic, local lunch to boost your energy.
We will be passing through the urban and historic Old Quarter and Alameda Promenade towards Plaza de la Estrella, to meet our great literary ambassador, Jules Verne, and enjoy an outdoors Yoga masterclass. Once finished, we will recover our strength with an organic and revitalizing brunch served by the first 100 % organic restaurant in Vigo. An opportunity to get your balance back, enjoy and relax while you discover some of the delights of this vibrant city
This tour includes:
- We will enjoy the Yoga Masterclass in the outdoors facing the sea if the weather allows it, if not we will get to our charming and green studio.
How to get to Vigo? It´s easy!Please click here for full details.
We kindly ask you to book with at least 72 hours advance advance. If you wish to join us after please email us.
Dress standard: Comfortable clothes and walking shoes are recommended.
We also recommend you bring a bottle of water, sunscreen, and a hat during the summer months. Winters are not cold, but they are rainy so that a raincoat might be necessary!
Did you know..?
In this episode – the eighth of the second part of the novel – Captain Nemo enters the Vigo estuary on board the Nautilus to stock up on the gold of the coveted ships sunk in the battle of Rande. Verne provides real historic dates, such as the day on which the vessels of the Anglo-Dutch fleet are sighted-October 22, 1702-data such as the number of boats that made up the battered Spanish-French fleet -23.
The Estuary of Vigo is the southernmost and the longest (about 33 km) of the Rías Baixas. Located in the province of Pontevedra, the city and towns that are located on its banks are Vigo, Redondela, Arcade, Moaña, Cangas do Morrazo and Baiona.