Experience the wine, food, and natural beauty of Rias Baixas on this all-day guided excursion. After a convenient pickup from a designated spot, enjoy activities that include stopping by a bodega with a complimentary wine tasting, savoring an all-you-can-eat mussel and wine meal after a boat trip along Ria de Arousa, and visits to the pretty island of La Toja and the Albariño wine country town of Cambados.
Hear tales of Celtic warriors and Spanish colonists as you stroll the streets of historic Vigo on this private 5-hour walking tour. Escape the tourist trail as you explore a 15th century fort; soak up the atmosphere in the O Berbés fish market and get a taste of local life in the Jewish Quarter. Then, discover the lively Old Town, sample local specialties (own expense) at the La Piedra oyster market, or re-fuel with a glass of 'Albariño' and some traditional tapas (own expense).
Discover the best of Vigo during this private 3.5-hour city tour or shore excursion. Customize your itinerary based on your interests with your own personal tour guide and see famous landmarks such as the Puerta del Atlántico, Plaza de la Industria, Fortaleza del Castro, Berbes, and Mercado de la Piedra. Learn about the history of the Spanish port city and its culture from your informative guide.
The Salnés Valley is where most of the Albariño cellars under the appellation of origin Rías Baixas are located and the wines here have very distinctive characteristics due to the influence of the Atlantic and their unique canopy growing system of setting the vines, known as "parras". Juanjo leads this tour and can be adapted to your specific needsThe Albarino Wine Tour includes a visit to several wineries of all sizes from the largest cellars to the smaller but not the least important ones, all of them belonging to the denomination of origin Rías Baixas. So you will be able to not only see their facilities but also to talk to the winemakers directly, taste their wines, listen to their opinions and hear about their winemaking techniques that make their wines so different. Come and let us show you the Albariño of the Rías Baixas!You will also be able to enjoy a typical lunch at a "furancho" (an at one time clandestine wine producers) with homemade wine and local served dishes