wine tasting tours and winery visits
Best wine tours in Galicia
Discover Galicia and the Salnés Valley, where most of the Albariño cellars are located and the wines here have very distinct characteristics due to the influence of the Atlantic.You will vis... See More
Enjoy an exciting visit to Ribeira Sacra, a particular appellation of origin in Galicia, with impossible vineyards hanging from the steep slopes that end up in the Miño and Sil rivers. Disc... See More
Enjoy this private unique 4-day food and wine tour in Galicia for an exclusive experience hard to forget. You will visit 4 of the 5 wine regions of Galicia, appreciate their wines, visit the... See More
Taking advantage of your stay in Galicia, why not also explore one of the most attractive and interesting areas of northern Portugal, which is just a couple of hours away?This private tour w... See More
This whistle-stop tour of Bierzo, Valdeorra and Ribeira Sacra offers a teasing introduction to the regional cuisine, lesser-known wines and culture of this beautiful, authentic, north-west c... See More
Why Visit Galicia?
Galicia is a Spanish coastal paradise, home to some of the country's most popular wine and an enviable way of life. Misty coasts and valleys echo to the sound of Celtic pipes whilst deep rivers and gorges hide remarkable monasteries and terraced vineyards. The region’s wines have the capacity to surprise and delight even the most discerning wine lovers ... not a whiff of Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon here, but if delicate whites and subtle reds tickle your fancy, Galicia won’t disappoint!
Galicia is considered to be the seafood capital of Spain. Here you can sample traditional seafood stews, fresh fish from the Atlantic and a variety of shellfish. The lovely town of Cambados in the Rias Baixas is a good wine venue for this, but just about any seaside town or village anywhere on the coast should be able to oblige. Take your pick from mussels, barnacles, octopus, crab, prawns of all varieties, razor clams, oysters and scallops (to name just a few). Rias Baixas is also the home to some of Spain's most famous white wines in the form of crisp, refreshing Albariño - the perfect pairing to enjoy with your fresh seafood from a prime position overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
Like the wines and food, the landscapes of Galicia are also exceptionally beautiful. If your looking for your next wine holiday location, you just might have found it here in Galicia. Take a relaxing river cruise in Ribeira Sacra after lunch at one of the local adegas and enjoy the view of the steepest vine terraces in Spain ... or just enjoy being rocked during your afternoon siesta on the boat!