Have you ever met a true alchemist? While in ancient times alchemists transformed lead into gold, our Rías Baixas winegrowers mysteriously use the four natural elements to extract the most out of our grapes, letting natural alchemy convert them into the marvelous substances of good wine.
We suggest that you take a journey to the heart of Rías Baixas, where the wineries on the estuary shores produce one of the best wines in the world. This historical town hides many secrets that you will discover during your experience. They are brave people who deal with inclement weather to bring home the best fish and make golden wines.
We will be passing through Cambados Old Quarter, named European Capital of Wine in 2017 visiting the Food Market, where you will see the best fresh fish and seafood, and a Pazo or Manor House which represents the ancestral Galicia. Now we are ready to visit our hidden familiar wine cellar to meet our alchemists, where we will discover their family story while we enjoy a wine tasting paired with premium Galician bites and hang out with friends.
This tour includes:
How to get to Cambados? It´s easy! Click here for full details.
We will be happy to offer you a private transfer from Vigo or Santiago. Please email us for further details.
We kindly ask you to book this emotion with at least 48 hours in advance. If you wish to join us after please email us.
Dress standard: Comfortable clothes and walking shoes are recommended.
We also recommend you bring a bottle of water, sunscreen, and a hat during the summer months. Winters are not cold, but they are rainy so that a raincoat might be necessary!
Staying around for a few days? Then check our suggestions!
Willing to discover Cambados local life? Every Wednesday and Saturday morning you can enjoy a street market in Cambados Promenade where you will find fresh products, homemade bread, traditional cheese, honey, and flowers in tens of local stalls.
And if you feel active, complete a stage of the Friar Martin Sarmiento Route from Cambados to Illa de Arousa, an 18 km path with low difficulty and impressive landscapes. Come across the Molino de Mareas of “A Seca”, a rare seawater mill that will amaze you due to its engineering and today operating as a museum. Keep bordering the cost until you come to a two-kilometer bridge that connects the continent with Illa de Arousa, and once in the island follow the route of “Os Cons” (granite rocks sculpted by waves and wind) and the lookout point of “Con do Forno” for a stunning panoramic view of Arousa estuary!