More than 200 years ago, the Romans introduced in this region the Wine Grape Growing. During the Medieval Ages it was a continued activity carried out by the different monastic orders that settled down in the confluence of the Miño and Sil.  It is for this reason that, at present, it is possible to find numerous churches and monasteries worth visiting. In this spectacular and rugged scenery, characterized by the narrowness of different rivers in deep canyons, has emerged one of the most important Wine Producing regions in Galicia, labelled with the Appellation of Origin (D.O.) “Ribeira Sacra”
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With very agreeable temperatures all year long, the southern coast of Galicia becomes a splendid garden, where are grown some grape varieties (albariña, loureiro, caiño…) that will result in truly magnificent wines. During the tour we will admire the landscapes of the Miño Valley where fortified historic towns follow one after another: Tui, with its medieval alleyways, cobbled streets and impressive cathedral, Valença do Miño (Portugal) with a 17th century double set of walls and a long commercial tradition, and the town of A Guarda with the Castro de St. Tecla, and old Celtic Settlement, one of the most important...
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In the Salnés Peninsula is cultivated with great care and dedication the vineyard from which we obtain one of the most renowned wines in Galicia, the “Albariño”. On the shores of the Arousa and Pontevedra Bays grow the “albariña” grapes; this singularity contributes to the characteristic saline hints of the wine D.O. Rías Baixas. Besides visiting the most prestigious and diverse wineries, the tour will be enriched by unique landscapes and an incomparable monumental and ethnographic heritage that will leave no one indifferent.
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In the confluence of the Miño, Avia and Arnoia rivers, is situated the Ribeiro Region, widely known since the Medieval times as one of the main wine-growing territories. Still nowadays is a region of famous wines labelled with the oldest Appelation of Origin (D.O.) within Galicia. The Ribeiro Region has a wide range of unique and special historic heritage places and landscapes, so that it would be possible to combine a visit to the wineries and vineyards with Celtic remains (Castro de San Cibrao de Las), medieval monasteries (San Clodio or Melon) or the town of Ribadavia, declared to be...
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