This morning I went for a stroll through the village to see the environment of the "oyster" and here there are 2 streets with Royal Street market stone and the square of the Constitution , or "Helmet Hair" at the bottom or port area of the city. The historic area has must-see places and this is so in the case of the Stone Market, the street of oysters frequented by tourists. Also later, in the same direction of the harbor, we find the arcades of Berbés , a symbol of the origin of the city. In return, a step the Transatlantic spring we have a large modern shopping center, A Laxe recently built a walkway or small bridge to old town. The Oyster street located in the old town of Vigo, is linked to popular stone market, located below the market specifically dedicated to selling clothes, mainly tobacco and electronics. The Oyster Street, named for the cooker, and subsequent exposure of this mollusk tasting mainly by tourists ve come to port in the morning to enjoy them with a glass of Albariño wine. In addition to this iconic street "Mercado da Pedra", there are a lot of cafes and restaurants where you can have other seafood, such as cuttlefish or squid.
The promenade runs parallel to the immense and long Samil beach, the best in Vigo. The services on the boardwalk are amazing, which forms one of Vigo's main recreational areas. It features 3 swimming pools with slides, basketball courts, skate park, skateboard rink, parks and picnic area, lots of bars and cafes with terraces, and a children's play area. There are also several parks, and a flea market, as well as beach equipment (lifeguards, showers and foot baths, public toilets, etc.). Also, there is the Verbum (house museum of words), various clubs (after hours), bowling, camping (not recommended, by the way), and a sports complex with tennis courts, paddle and football.