“A perfect wine is when you regret having finished the bottle.” Roberto Verino.
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We will visit the border town of VERÍN (including one of the most famous water springs in Spain: CABREIROÁ) and the spectacular CASTILLO DE MONTERREI (today the Parador Nacional and where the first printing press in Galicia was located). Includes a local winery for a WINE TASTING.
Today brings us to know one of the jewels of Galician Baroque architecture and one of the least known: THE SANCTUARY OF LAS ERMIDAS … built in a unique enclave: THE CANYON OF THE RIO BIBEI, this monastery that became very powerful thanks to the cultivation of wine … PONTE BIBEI (where one of the few preserved Roman bridges in Galicia is located) … and the medieval village of VIANA DO BOLO .Includes a WINE TASTING in a local winery.
Today we will visit the beautiful medieval town of ALLARIZ, the old historical capital of Galicia to visit its magnificent old town, where curiously, in the 19th century, it was condemned by lycanthrope Manuel Romasanta, and the imposing MONASTERY OF SAN SALVADOR DE CELANOVA. visit a local winery for A WINE TASTING …
Today we will cross the border with the neighboring country to visit the beautiful Portuguese town of CHAVES, well known for its thermal waters appreciated since Roman times and where we will have the opportunity to taste the world famous “BACALLAO” in the afternoon. we will go to a local winery for the realization of A WINE TASTING
4 nights of hotel with half board included
The trip includes an insurance of basic coverages
We select the best professionals in the sector by making the latest vehicles on the market available to you.
All the trip you have a local guide
Includes tickets to monuments and wineries .
“Life is good, but wine is better “ Fernando Pessoa
“Infinite rosary of emeralds.
Drawing songs in the air.
They are your vineyards,
magnificent Albariño. “.
“A fresh, smart, sappy wine, and having more soul, entering more into the soul, than a lot of poems or holy books.” Eça de Queiroz