Ex-collegiate church Santiago de Cangas and Casco Viejo. Around the church is the historic town of Cangas; narrow streets with seafaring typical buildings like houses skate (in the skate fishing gear were kept) and emblazoned houses and small squares like singulis (is believed to be one of the first settlements of Cangas, a stone cross in the center of the square).
In this area there are a variety of taverns serving wines, tapas and typical seafood lasRías Baixas.
Market Square. The square or food market is the center of activity in Cangas in the morning as it is where fresh fish and seafood purchased daily. Open in the morning every day except Sunday.
Tuesday and Friday held around the square the market (selling typical garden produce, breads and pies and clothing)
new mall or signal Gardens. Within the gardens is the playground and the Capela do Hospital (Chapel of the XVIII century restored in 2002 and converted into an exhibition hall)
Alameda Vieja and Clock (Weather Station). The clock, a symbol for Cangas is a weather station in the early twentieth century. Fishing port and fish market.
Fishing and related activities with them, such as raising enBateas mussels, razor extraction and barnacles, and shellfishing afloat are still important economic activities for Cangas. There are small farms and livestock but purely domestic nature that produce for their own consumption or, in some cases, for sale in the markets of the municipality.
The importance of tourism is also very large and the development of this activity has been to stem the crisis due to lack of fishery resources. Maritime Station. From here boats leave every day at Vigo (from 06:00 to 22:30). The ride lasts 20 minutes and costs 2.35 € / journey. In summer (From May to mid-October and Easter) there are also boats to visit the Cies Islands (Atlantic Islands of Galicia National Park)
Right next to the maritime station is the bus station and the tourist office.