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Rias Baixas
The Rías Baixas, located on the northwest coast of Spain, are known for their impressive natural wealth and delicious cuisine. Its picturesque fishing villages, white sand beaches and crystal clear waters are its main attractions for our clients. Additionally, the region is famous for its excellent seafood, Albariño wines and mild climate. Come and see our surroundings.
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Vilagarcía de Arousa

Vilagarcía stands out for being a land of deep-rooted nobility, as shown by the good number and quality of its pazos. Among the most notable events of the year, it is worth highlighting the celebration during the patron saint festivities of San Roque, on August 16, of the Water Festival. This celebration is declared of National Tourist Interest.

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Vilanova de Arousa

Vilanova stands out for its interesting religious heritage, for the views of Mount Lobeira and for being the birthplace of prestigious writers such as Ramón Valle Inclán and Julio Camba. His birthplaces are located in this municipality, among them Valle Inclán stands out for being a National Historical Monument and because it is also home to the first editions of his works.

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To Illa de Arousa

A Illa de Arousa is the only island municipality in all of Galicia. It has 11 km of beaches and the Carreirón Natural Park, within which is the Brava Cove with a tide mill of great ethnographic value and several bird observatories. There are also the pre-Roman cemetery of Os Bufos or the Roman villa near Punta Nasas.

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Cambados stands out for its old town, in addition, another of its great tourist attractions are the ruins of the Torre de San Sadurniño, located on a small island that is accessed by a small bridge. Cambados is known as the Capital of Albariño and a festival has been dedicated to this variety of wine since 1953 on the first weekend of August. In it, the ten best wines from the Rías Baixas DO are awarded.

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Nature and ethnography come together in Meaño, where visitors can enjoy an incomparable Mill Route: the town has 72 cataloged mills.

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In this municipality, the Armenteira Monastery stands out, founded in the 12th century by the monk Ero and characterized by its simplicity and austerity. The church and cloister from the 16th to 18th centuries are preserved, being one of the best preserved Galician Romanesque buildings. A beautiful doorway with six archivolts and a large openwork rose window above attests to this.

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O Grove

This peninsula stands out for its gastronomy, led by seafood. During the first fortnight of October, the Seafood Festival takes place, declared of National Tourist Interest.

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It is the municipality in Spain with the most blue flags, one of the reasons why it is the tourist center par excellence of the province of Pontevedra. Its urban and semi-urban beaches stand out. The Hermitage of A Lanzada, dedicated to Our Lady, has privileged views of the Island of Ons and the Atlantic Ocean.

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