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Sanxenxo is a prosperous and attractive beach resort in Galicia in the north-west of Spain. Development has been sensitive and the town retains a traditional character even when the tourist season is at its height in July and August. Sanxenxo offers a silver sand beach and clear warm water and is the ideal base for exploring this scenic stretch of the Spanish coast. Booking Sanxenxo hotels in advance with online accommodation specialist Venere is the ideal way to ensure a stress-free Sanxenxo stay. By partnering with great hotels, Venere ensures that its site features the best value Sanxenxo rooms regardless of your requirements and budget.

What's Sanxenxo Like?

Some call Sanxenxo the Marbella of the north because of its elegant streets, seafood restaurants and the smart crowd it attracts. The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is one of the resort's regular visitors. In high season the resort can certainly claim to be the liveliest in the region, with a vibrant nightlife and buzzing bars. Sanxenxo claims to have the most sunshine in Galicia. That still doesn't rival the temperatures of the south but Sanxenxo's sheltered situation on a bay at the head of the Pontevedra estuary means that the waters are warmer than is normal on the Atlantic coast. The resort is a smart option for travelers who want to avoid the extreme heat of the Mediterranean beaches. The attractive town beach gets busy in high season, but there are quieter alternative beaches within easy reach of Sanxenxo. Booking Sanxenxo hotels allows visitors to enjoy a relaxed stay in this elegant Galician resort.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Sanxenxo

Galicia is a region with some distinct differences from the rest of Spain, so be prepared for a few surprises. Most of the tourists here are Galicians and the language you hear in the town is quite likely to be Gallego, the regional dialect, although your Spanish phrases will be understood. Galician cuisine is highly prized and the regional specialty is boiled octopus, sliced and dressed with oil and paprika and served on a wooden plate. The best accompaniment is the famous local white wine, Albarino, made in the Rias Baixas area. Look out also for the local green peppers, the pimientos de Padron, served roasted with salt. Venere offers travelers the opportunity to locate the perfect Sanxenxo hotels for their stay in Galicia. By using the certified reviews from previous guests along with the informative photos and sample room descriptions, travelers can get a rounded picture of what to expect from their Sanxenxo accommodation.