Discover Lisbon´s captivating history on a half-day private tour, exploring the renowned monuments such as the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos (Jeronimos Monastery) and the iconic Torre de Belem (Belem Tower). These historic landmarks bear witness to an era that profoundly influenced the world´s course.
On this Vigo food tour our foodie guide will take you on a food walk thru the street of the new and old parts of the city centre. There is no better way to discover vigo than walking and eating as the local Vigueses do!
On this gourmet food tour, you will discover tasty tapas in Baiona while visiting the best bars and restaurants in the Old Town. Your Food & Wine Guide will meet you outside the new Tourist Office. An excellent option for those who would like a lunch or dinner tasting various Galician fine wines paired with delicious, freshly made tapas.
Walk the beautiful Portuguese Coastal Way tackling the last 150 km of it from Oia to Santiago de Compostela. As well as enjoying beautiful coastal and typical Galician countryside scenery you’ll be samping the local gastronomy along the way...
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The Interceltic Festival of Morrazo is a folk music festival held in the fishing village of Moaña, located in the province of Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain and part of the O Morrazo Peninsula. This festival is more than 20 years old. Apart from the local Galician folk music bands other artists from all over the world participate at this music festival from Scotland, Northumbria, Ireland, Canada and Brittany. This year takes place on the 29th, 30th, and 31st of July. We will take you virtually to the amazing festival!
Visit Galicia starting from the wonderful city of Vigo on this Cooking like a Galician Tour combined with a ferry boat trip across Vigo Bay where you will enjoy the beautiful landscape and dramatic coastline. Get to know the Galician gastronomy and culture in a cooking class led by a local chef with fresh products from the area.
Wine tour from Vigo or Baiona to the O Rosal valley sub-zone of the D.O. Rias Baixas, the Albarino wine region and then continue along the coast to Baiona.
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A Fraga River Valley Trail, Goat Cheese Farm & Premium Galician Beef of Moaña
Lisbon Private Tour: Jeronimos Monastery, Belem Tower and a Panoramic city tour
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Spa & Gourmet Flavors Experience at Hotel Bienestar Moaña
Vigo Virtual Tour: Fishing Port and Old Town
Discovery of the Americas to Europe: the Festival of La Arribada in Baiona, Spain
A Groba Hill: Wild Horses Roam Free & Spectacular Sunset over Baiona
Albarino Wine Region and Baiona Coastal Village Tour from Vigo or Baiona
The Ribeiro Wine Tour & Nature Trail Walk in Galicia's oldest wine region
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Join a guided wild horse safari around A Groba Hill in Baiona. Led by an experienced local horse guide, Adrian of Finca Moreiras a small wild horse association that seeks to promote the Galician cultural heritage and the conservation of the breed of horses"Pura Raza Galega", which is in danger of extinction. During these safaris, local horse experts will take you on a journey to discover the beauty of wild horses and their behaviour in their natural habitat. These wild horses are the "Garranos", a special breed that we can find roaming freely in the mountains of Galicia and Northern Portugal. The Garrano horse is a small and strong horse often classified as a pony due to its size, with a height between 120 - 135 cm and weight between 150 and 200 kg. Their coat is typically dun-coloured, ranging from light grey to brown, colours from their natural environment. This breed is believed to have ancient origins, with a history dating back thousands of years to the Celts that inhabitant the region. They are considered one of the oldest horse breeds in Galicia and in the world. These sturdy and resilient horses have also been an integral part of the rural communities in Galicia and Northern Portugal, serving as working horses in agricultural activities and transportation.
These Wild Horses Safaris in Monte A Groba allow you to connect with nature, witness the beauty of these magnificent animals in their natural environment, and explore the captivating landscapes of Galicia. It is a remarkable experience that will leave you with lasting memories and a deeper appreciation for the harmony between wildlife and their habitats. Come and see for yourself the Wild Horses of A Groba on a Safari this coming Saturday, 22nd of July, and Sunday, 23rd of July both at 09:00AM.
Can´t make it on those dates in person? Why not login to your computer and join us virtually live streaming on our YouTube channel on Sunday, 16th of July or Sunday, 30th of July both at 09:30PM (GMT+2)
Discover the natural beauty of Monte A Groba Hill in Baiona while riding an e-bike on a guided tour with Baiventura. On this adventure, you will be provided with an e-bike, which combines the traditional biking experience with the assistance of an electric motor. This makes the ride more enjoyable and accessible, allowing you to cover greater distances and tackle the hilly terrain of Monte A Groba with ease. During the guided tour, a local guide will share their knowledge about the Garrano Horses, a unique breed deeply rooted in the history and culture of the region. As you pedal through Monte A Groba Hill on your e-bike, you will soak in the breathtaking landscapes, taking in the panoramic views of the surrounding area. The hill is known for its diverse flora and fauna, providing a scenic backdrop for your adventure.
Take an unforgettable boat trip from Baiona to the Cies Islands, a stunning archipelago located at the mouth of Vigo Bay in Galicia, Spain. On this excursion, you will have the chance to explore one of the most beautiful and pristine natural areas in the region. The boat trip to the Cies Islands starts from Baiona, a charming coastal town known for being the first place in Europe to hear the news about the discovery of America on March 1, 1493, and for its historical significance. From there, you will head to the Cies Islands across the wonderful Bay of Baiona. As you approach the Cies Islands, you will see breathtaking views of crystal-clear waters, golden sandy beaches, and lush green landscapes. The archipelago consists of 3 islands: Monteagudo, Faro, and San Martiño which are included in the Atlantic Islands of Galicia National Park created in 2002, a protected area renowned for its ecological value and natural beauty.
Upon arrival, you will have the opportunity to disembark and explore the islands on your own. Take a stroll along the beaches, such as Rodas Beach, which has been voted one of the best beaches in the world by the Guardian British Travel Magazine in an article that was written a few years back. Feel the soft sand between your toes and swim in the clear waters, or simply relax and sunbathe while taking in the panoramic coastal views. Nature lovers will appreciate the diverse flora and fauna that inhabit the islands. Keep an eye out for seagulls, cormorants, and other seabirds that nest in the cliffs. Explore the hiking trails to different lighthouses and enjoy stunning viewpoints overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
After a day filled with exploration and relaxation, you will board the boat once again to return back to Baiona.
Taste the gastronomy of Baiona by exploring the old quarter and having some tapas and wine. The narrow streets and charming plazas of the old town are filled with inviting bars and restaurants, offering a perfect setting to savour traditional Galician flavors. Take a Gourmet Food Walking Tour & Tapas in Baiona with a Food Expert to make sure you visit the best bars and restaurants in the Old Town! Begin your gastronomic adventure in the vibrant atmosphere of the Old Quarter. As you wander through the streets, you will encounter numerous establishments that specialize in tapas. Taste a wide variety of mouthwatering tapas such as Mussels, Percebes (Gooseneck Barnacles), Scallops, Pulpo á Feira (Galician Style Octopus), Empanada Gallega (Galician Pie), Pimientos de Padrón (Padron Peppers), Croquetas (Croquettes) just to name a few examples of the traditional tapas that you can enjoy in Baiona. Of course, do not forget to pair your tapas with a selection of local wines. Baiona is very close to the sub-zone O Rosal producing excellent wines of the D.O. Rias Baixas Appellation of Origin. Pair your tapas with crisp Albariño, O Rosal, or Godello white wine, and for reds, the Mencia is a must-taste, there is always a wide range of wines at every tapas bar.
A must-visit attraction in Baiona is the impressive surrounding walls of the Monterreal Fortress. The Fortress of Monterreal is an ancient walled enclosure in Baiona, Spain, from the 12th century and took almost four centuries to complete. With an extension of 18 hectares, it is one of the largest fortifications in Spain. The fortress contains three towers that are still preserved: the Clock Tower, the Tower of Pincer, and the Tower of the Prince, which served as a lighthouse and a prison in the past. Throughout history, the fortress witnessed numerous attacks, including the infamous assault by Pedro Madruga in 1474. In 1963, the Parador Nacional Conde de Gondomar hotel was built within the fortress which is now known as the Parador of Baiona, restoring the old walls and adding medieval-style battlements.
This medieval fortress, located on the Peninsula of Monte Boi was a Celtic Hillfort originally and offers breathtaking views of the town and the surrounding coastline. Take a walk around the fortress walls, explore the well-preserved architecture, admire the impressive defensive walls, with cannons and fortified towers, and immerse yourself in its history. The best way to experience the wonderful coastline of Baiona is by taking a leisurely walk along the seawall of the Fortress of Monterreal at sunset.
The Virxe da Roca (Virgin or Lady of the Rock) is an iconic statue in Baiona inaugurated in 1930 which offers its visitors a breathtaking panoramic view of the town. Located at the top of Monte de San Roque hill, reaching an elevation of 100 meters above sea level. Inside this magnificent granite stone monument built by Antonio Palacios, there is a spiral staircase that leads to a viewpoint within the boat that the Virgin is holding. From there, you can admire a spectacular landscape with the majestic Monterreal Fortress taking center stage against a backdrop of beauty.
While you are in Baiona you can visit the Museum of the replica of La Pinta one of the three vessels that took part in Christopher Columbus´s expedition. This museum is dedicated to the famous caravel that arrived in Baiona in 1493, carrying the news of the Discovery of America. Inside the museum, you can learn about the history, the daily life of the sailors, their navigation techniques, instruments, products that they brought from the Americas, and the challenges they encountered during their transatlantic journey. The museum provides a unique opportunity to learn about the importance of Baiona as the first town in Europe to receive the news of the New World (the Americas) and to explore the various sections of the ship, including the deck, cabins, and navigation area. The replica is docked right at the port of Baiona across from Ribeira Beach, a visit to the museum will be worth your time!
Baiona boasts stunning beaches that are perfect for relaxation and leisurely walks. Playa de Ribeira and Barbeira are the main beaches, offering golden sands and calm waters for sunbathing and swimming. You can also take a stroll along the picturesque coastal promenade that connects several beautiful beaches, such as Praia da Concheira and Playa de Santa Marta. Enjoy the refreshing sea breeze, soak up the sun, and enjoy the tranquillity of Baiona´s coastline.
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