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4 Day Food & Wine Tour of Galicia

ItineraryDay 1: From Santiago to CambadosStop At: Bodegas del Palacio de Fefinanes, Cambados, Province of Pontevedra, GaliciaWe will visit Cambados, Europan Wine Capital 2017, and one of its main and most prestigious wine cellars in the Pazo de FefiñanesDuration: 1 hourStop At: Bodegas Granbazan, Vilanova de Arousa, Province of Pontevedra, GaliciaVisit this very nice chateau style cellar where you will be able to taste their very reputed wines.Duration: 50 minutesMeals included: • Lunch: Seafood lunch at the Island of Arosa • Dinner: We will visit a typical furancho. Furanchos are private homes in a typical rural environment that serve homemade wine.Accommodation included: Parador del Albariño, CambadosDay 2: Pontevedra - Vigo - Tuy - ValençaStop At: Casco antiguo de Pontevedra, Pontevedra, Province of Pontevedra, GaliciaVisit Pontevedra, the most monumental city of Galicia after Santiago, from there we will go to Vigo, where we'll visit the famous mercado de la piedra and its oyster selling open-air posts, enjoy them as well as other Galician seafood delicacies.Duration: 2 hoursMeals included: • Lunch: Mercado de la Piedra, Vigo • Dinner: Dinner a typical Portuguese meal in Valença inside the walled city.Accommodation included: Pousada de Valença, a historical building turned into a state-run hotel chain hotelDay 3: Orense - Ribera Sacra - ValdeorrasStop At: Juderia de Ribadavia, Ribadavia, Province of Ourense, GaliciaWe will pass by this quaint town where the Ribeiro wines are produced, visiting one of the cellarsDuration: 1 hourStop At: Ourense Thermal Springs, Ourense, Province of Ourense, GaliciaOrense, capital of the same province and the holder of 4 of the 5 appellations of origin of Galician wines. We will visit its thermal water springs, and magnificent cathedral. Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Sil Canyon, Sober, Province of Lugo, GaliciaVisit the canyos of the Sil river on a catamaran, that will show us this spectacular landscape, after we will have lunch and visit a wine cellar of the area, then we will go to some of the viewpoints where you will be able to see why the Ribeira Sacra wines are considered heroic wines.Duration: 3 hoursMeals included: • Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurants with local food and wines • Dinner: Dinner at the Parador of Monforte de LemosAccommodation included: Parador de Monforte de Lemos, high on a hilltop on a historic monumental fortified monastery.Day 4: Valdeorras wine regionStop At: Museo Casas de Munecas Monforte, Monforte de Lemos, Province of Lugo, GaliciaThe last day of our trip will take us to the Valdeorras wine region, famous for its excellent Godello and Mencia wines, we will pass by Montefurado an old Roman tunnel to divert the Sil river and obtain its gold. Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • LunchNo accommodation included on this day.

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Full-day Rias Baixas Guided Tour from Santiago

You’ll depart Santiago de Compostela at 09:15 by bus for a 9-hour excursion to Rias Baixas, returning at around 19:00.Detailed ItineraryThe first stop is Pontevedra. Visit the old town of Pontevedra and discover one of the best-preserved historic centers in Galicia. Founded in Roman times it was the main engine of the region for centuries. See the ruins of Santo Domingo, the Church of the Peregrina, and other monuments on a tour of the most interesting parts of the monumental area.The tour continues to Combarro. Stop to admire this picturesque town that’s the perfect example of popular architecture, and features an abundance of granaries and stone crosses. Take a river boat ride with a visit to the mussel rafts and the island of Tambo. Enjoy mussels and wine onboard. Afterwards, you’ll have free time for lunch.After lunch, the next stop is A Lanzada Beach. This is one of the most famous beaches in Galicia. Its fine sand, 2.5 kilometers of open water, amenities, and cleanliness make it worthy of the Blue Flag year after year.The journey ends in Cambados. Visit the Plaza de Fefiñanes, a charming space that’s home to the 17th-century manor giving the square its name. See the arch bridge, the Church of San Benito, and a group of houses built in the popular architectural style. Back to Santiago, arriving at 7:00 pm