The Monastery of Santa María de Armenteira is a 12-13th century jewel, today preserved almost intact, its majesty enamouring visitors. Essential.joya de los siglos XII-XIII que hoy en día se conserva prácticamente intacta y enamora a los visitantes por su majestuosidad. Imprescindible.
This architectural structure, part medieval fortress and part Neo-Gothic palace, is one of the crown jewels of the Rías Baixas, not only because of its cultural value, but also because of all the legends surrounding it
8 miradas al patrimonio de la provincia de Pontevedra
Existen muchas miradas al patrimonio y Turismo Rías Baixas las promueve desde 8 perspectivas para relatar la historia de esta mágica tierra de la provincia de Pontevedra: paisajístico, natural, arqueológico, fortificado, inmaterial, cultural, literario y espiritual.
Taste and enjoy
A world of sensations
Perhaps you didn't know, but the Rías Baixas constitute the area with the greatest flow of gastronomy tourism in the whole of Galicia. And this is mainly due to the quality of the raw materials in the Rías Baixas.
The Rías Baixas region boasts a rich cultural and ethnographic heritage. But that's not all. The region is also known for its outstanding modern architecture and has become an important point of reference nationwide with an enormous creative appealet
The Rías Baixas is a sprawling camellia garden that puts on a dazzling display in the autumn, winter and spring seasons. These small trees or shrubs accompany us as we stroll along the streets, squares and gardens, past manor houses, castles and monasteries…
You don't complete the Way... the Way completes you.
The Way of Saint James is, without a doubt, the oldest and best-known route in Europe. It is a symbol in and of itself, and its fame is built on its adventurous nature, which unites pilgrims, travellers and globetrotters under a single mission: to reach Santiago de Compostela
Vigo is a city of a thousand faces. As much historical as it is modern, relaxed as it is bustling, alternative as it is integrated. Vigo resembles a big, old olive tree: it is peaceable, noble, authentic and, above all, beautiful
Pontevedra, a town of Roman origin (Pontus Veteris), is today the provincial capital and one of Galicia's most beautiful cities. Visitors can stroll through the old town and marvel at its pretty porticoed streets which lead to countless small and charming squares