Route to the Rias Baixas of Galicia, a well-known place of great oenological tradition that stands out for its natural landscapes. In this excursion, you can enjoy all its art, history, its villages on the Atlantic coast, its waterfalls, Albariño wine and the best seafood in the area.
Leaving Santiago, our first stop will be in a beautiful waterfall where we will be delighted with the surrounding environment, a natural park full of chestnut trees, oaks and crossed by water mills.
The next stop will be in a town very well known in Spain, Combarro, with it’s astonishing impossible architecture, its granaries and its cozy streets, where we will lose ourselves discovering in a single town a great part of Galician architecture.
Later, we will go to the port of Combarro, where there will be the option to embark on a cruise through the estuary with more mussel culture tanks, oysters and scallops in the world, tasting all these products while enjoying the views.
After dinner, we will go to the village of Cambados, known as the Albariño Village, discovering its history to finally visit a winery of this famous wine, where we can visit its vineyards, the process of elaboration and enjoy a great tasting, which we are sure will not leave anyone indifferent.