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Lousame and the Monastery of Toxos Outos

This Spanish municipality, seven kilometers from Noia, stands out for having within its borders one of the most magical and charming places in all of Galicia. We are talking about the Toxosoutos Monastery, a wonderful example of a 12th century monastery idyllically placed in perfect serenity with its natural surroundings. 


The interior of Galicia surprises, above all, by municipalities such as Lalín. A perfect place to discover the great archaeological wealth, without giving up some impressive natural spaces in which to get lost among forges and leafy forests. We find it in the province of Pontevedra, specifically in the Comarca del Deza . On a visit to Lalín you cannot miss its Pazo de Liñares , a baroque-style stately building built in the 17th century. Nor should you give up getting lost in the Fraga de Catasós , where you can admire some enormous examples of oak and chestnut trees that reach 30 meters in height and 5 in perimeter.


When you think of the word padrón, is the first thing that comes to mind  peppers? It is easy to find out traveling to this town just 26 kilometers from Santiago de Compostela Padron is much more.

In the heart of Pontevedra is this old historic town. Across the Puente de Santiago , a magical place under which the river Sar flows . Additionally, writer Rosalía de Castro was born here and her life and work are part of the town's historical heritage.


The Galician Rías Baixas could not be left out of this route. A Galician coastal town with medieval roots, vegetation everywhere and works of art in every corner. Along its promenade you can enjoy the magnificent views of the ocean. Also, they have a strong shellfish tradition and who are we to despise it? You will eat and drink in abundance without losing the quality of the product.

Wine Culture in Galicia

Discover the wines of Galicia on guided tours through Spain’s Ribeira Sacra region. Stop off at wineries for tasting discovering the historic castles and towns along the way. Sign up for a cruise along the Sil River and see an abundance of grape growers along it trajectory.

Castle of Pambre

Considered an Asset of Cultural Interest, this fortress dates from the 14th century and was ordered to be built by Gonzalo Ozores de Ulloa on a rocky height near the Pambre River, to serve as natural defenses. It is considered the only construction of a military nature that survived the Irmandiñas Revolts of 1467. The Castle of Pambre passed through several hands and families until it fell into disrepair and returned to public ownership in 2012, when the Xunta acquired it from a religious brotherhood to which it had been donated.