Step into a world of gastronomic wonders, a Typical Lunch with a Local Host in Madeira. Enjoy a delicious 3-course menu that includes seasonal local products, showcasing the best of the Madeira Islands, with the Madeiran kebab as the star dish. From a welcoming sip to an insightful tour of the agricultural production, guests will actively participate in the menu preparation...
Begin the tour with a thrilling fishing boat trip to explore the Atlantic. After a morning of fishing, enjoy a delectable lunch, followed by a unique rum tasting at Madeira´s only tiki bar, celebrating the island´s historical connection with Hawaii. Savour the essence of Madeira´s rich history through carefully curated rums and toast to an unforgettable day on this enchanting island.
Experience Madeira´s natural beauty and cuisine! After breakfast, explore the Levada da Serra do Faial with lush forests, and village panoramas, then enjoy a traditional Madeira lunch. Visit the Cristo Rei viewpoint for the stunning ocean and Funchal views, where you will have unforgettable memories of the Madeira Islands.
The Madeiran fortified wine is one of the most enduring man-made creations in the world. A legacy of over 500 years, it is as famous as the stunning Madeira Island itself. Our full-day wine tour is your chance to taste this iconic wine, explore its production process, and soak in the island´s beauty. Join the tour for a day of wine, wonder, and discovery!
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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!
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.
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.
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!
Come to Moaña, Galicia, Spain to discover one of the most beautiful walking nature trails in this region, A Fraga nature trail, paired with tastings of prize-winning Galician goat cheese and exquisite premium beef. A great way to learn about -and taste- the Galician locally sourced products and culture.
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Vigo Food Tour to Eat Your Way along the City Streets
Galician Seafood Cooking Class and Ferry Boat Trip across Vigo Bay
Cangas Coastal Trail Walk & Food Tour, Rias Baixas, Galicia
A Slow Camino: Food & Walking Adventure on Coastal Portuguese Way to Santiago de Compostela
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
Baiona Gourmet Food Tour
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
Wine Tour of Lush Vineyards of Madeira Islands Wine Country
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
Gastronomic Walking Tour of Funchal, discovering the best food & wine
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The Ribeira Sacra, south of Lugo and north of Orense, has Biosphere Reserve status, offering a stunning landscape. Over the centuries the river Sil has created a gorge through which it flows surrounded by impressive walls that, in many stretches, hide delicious secrets.
These are none other than the vineyards that produce some of the best wines in Spain, those of the Ribeira Sacra Designation of Origin. These delicious wines are mainly made from Mencía grapes, although Godello can also be used.
This is certainly one of the best places to visit in Galicia, not only for its beauty for walking routes or even catamaran trips along the river Sil itself, but also for the countless food and wine stops that can be enjoyed.
Vigo boasts for having an excellent combination of things to do within the city, and on the bay like sailing, windsurfing, scuba-diving... Being the largest fishing port in Europe, it offers some of the freshest seafood on the planet! You have a wide selection of restaurants from traditional seafood to Michelin-starred innovative cuisine to sample the gastronomic delights of Vigo!
When staying in Vigo you have to visit one of the markets and wander through the old fishing quarter for some tapas and wines, a great way to get around the city and savour the local gastronomy.
Within reach of the city you have lots of options to explore… visit Cangas do Morrazo, a fishing village with some amazing coastal trails to walk, then have some tapas on the port before returning back to the city. Spend a day venturing deep into the Rías Baixas wine country tasting some of the best Albariño wines of Galicia.
Moaña offers a multitude of spaces to discover that make this place, in the province of Pontevedra, a unique municipality to visit. Walking along its promenade, with the view of Vigo in the background, will start to win you over… And there is much more to see and taste!
To fall in love with the area, nothing better than a ferry ride on the Vigo estuary and a cooking class in the port of Moaña with eatandwalkabout.com. You´ll be able to take a little piece of Galicia with you in the form of a recipe.
One of the best places to visit in Galicia is Arbo, which is proud to celebrate the oldest Galician gastronomic festival, the lamprey festival. It is so important that it even forms part of its flag!
Declared a festival of National Tourist Interest, at the Festa da Lamprea in Arbo you can enjoy this eye-catching dish. Although it can be found in the sea, the lamprey also inhabits fresh waters: the river Miño, as well as the Ulla, are two areas where lamprey can be fished in a traditional way. Would you like to enjoy this unique dish? Then you can do so by visiting the International Lamprey Festival with Eat&Walkabout.
Do you like to discover the landscapes, good gastronomy, and wine of different regions on foot? Then the area of Ribadavia is perfect for you. Located in the province of Ourense, it offers breathtaking trails "on the banks of the river Avia", which is precisely what the name of the town means.
But it´s not all about walking, you need to recharge your batteries and that´s why we offer you a Ribeiro wine tour of the area and nature walks in Ribadavia. You will enjoy one of the most beautiful areas of Galicia with all your five senses.
Baiona, or Bayona in Spanish, is a town in the province of Pontevedra and certainly one of the best places to visit in Galicia, offering a unique setting for different activities. Its beauty, gastronomy, and iconic places such as the famous Parador: an ancient, fortified town that is well worth a visit, completing a unique place to enjoy.
One of the treasures of the area, this time in liquid form, is the delicious Albariño wine. You can enjoy it with an excursion along the coast visiting Baiona and a winery of the D.O. Rías Baixas with eatandwalkabout.com.
Did you know that in Baiona you can also travel back in time? At the La Arribada festival you can climb aboard La Pinta, a copy of one of the three caravels that sailed to America. Discover for yourself how difficult that voyage was!
We couldn´t finish this article without mentioning the end of the most famous route in the world, the Camino de Santiago. Santiago de Compostela, capital of Galicia, is one of the most emblematic places not only of the community, but also of Spain.
Its cathedral, dedicated to the apostle St. James, patron saint of Galicia, marks the end of a pilgrimage route full of beauty, but also of good food. Going on different gastronomic tours of the city will give you one of the most unforgettable experiences you can enjoy.
As we said at the beginning, these are just some of the best places to visit in Galicia, because the area offers unique places, both on the coast and inland, which are worthy of a visit. Do you want to discover them? Well, we are more than just a tourist guide in Galicia, at eatandwalkabout.com we are in love with the area, so much so that we came and we couldn´t leave. So now you know, come and discover this unique place: you risk that once you get to know it, you won´t want to leave to continue discovering it every day!
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