Superb 5 Bed Villa in Rias Baixas SpainEuroresales Property iD – 9824903Property information:The chalet has 5 bedrooms, 3 reception, 1 playroom/gym, 4 bathrooms, 3 terraces and isclose to all amenities e.g. schools, transport, shopping etc.Beautiful Rural Family home tastefully decorated, a stone’s throw from breath-taking beaches,picturesque fishing village of Baiona,next to the Portugal Border and river as well as near the city of Vigo with its shopping and nightlife.There is a private garden included with the property.Along with the private garden there is also a private pool included.Street Parking, Off Street Parking, Garage are the parking options included.From the property there are mountainous views.Situated on the sought after Coast of Galicia with its unique culture and delicious cuisine.The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Rias Baixas Spain.Other information:No. of Beds: 5No. of Reception Rooms: 3Floor Space (metres squared): 360Furnished: NegotiablePlot (metres squared): 960No of Outbuildings: 1View: MountainOrientation: South-EastDistance from Sea: WalkingDistance from Airport: 30 minsDistance from Golf: 30 minsDistance from Main Attraction: WalkingAbout the area:The Rias Baixas are a series of four estuarine inlets located on the southwestern coast of Galicia, Spain. They are the Ria de Muros e Noia, the Ria de Arousa, the Ria de Pontevedra, and the Ria de Vigo.The northernmost Rias Baixas begin below Cape Finisterre while the southernmost rias border the Portuguese coast, taking up the southern part of the Province of Coruna and the entire Province of Pontevedra.its capital is the city of Pontevedra. Due to unique conditions, the Rias Baixas are rich in marine life which helps the fishing and aquaculture industry of the area. Beaches, marinas, distinctive towns, and plenty of water activities also attract tourists, providing another source of income.Though individually distinct, each of the Rias Baixas share some common characteristics. They begin along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean and jut inland, eventually meeting up with a river.Each ria has a basic funnel shape as well, being wider at the ocean and narrowing as it approaches land and the river. Geologists believe that the Rias Baixas formed as a result of tectonic action which sunk certain land areas near the coast and along river valleys.An especially important industry to Galicia is that of seafood and a large amount of that seafood comes from the Rias Baxias. Fishing and harvesting the abundant aquatic life that live in the rias is one way of supporting the industry. Another is using the area for aquaculture such as mussel farming.The port of Vigo is especially important in serving the fishing industry. in fact, it has become the leading fishing port in Europe.Wine making is another industry that is important to the Rias Baixas and surrounding land. There are approximately 20,000 different vineyards in the area.A specific type of white wine, Albarino, originated in the Rias Baixas and now takes up 90% of the wine produced there. This wine is especially successful in the area because the grapes that are the main ingredient are able to withstand and even thrive in the moist, coastal, climate.