Discovering these 3 locations embraced by Rías Baixas is a very honest proposition!
From beautiful beaches and a village taken from a tale in Cesantes, history in its purest form and a castle full of mystery and secrets in Soutomaior, ending in a bridge that saw battles and is the delight of pilgrims nowadays ...
With more than 2000 years of history Braga is the oldest Portuguese city and one of the oldest Christian cities in the world.
The long history of Braga is visible in its monuments and churches, with the most imposing Cathedral displaying many styles, from the Roman to the Baroque, also taking pride in the splendid houses, particularly of the eighteenth century.
A walk that will take you to discover Santiago de Compostela and some of its treasures and traditions: the Cathedral and its chapels, the roofs of the Cathedral and its museum, the mass of the pilgrim, the embrace to Santiago and visit to his tomb.
On the way you will stop at Parque da Barosa where you can enjoy its impressive waterfalls.
Known as the capital of the North, the city of Porto has about 300 thousand inhabitants and a metropolitan area that surrounds 2.5 million people. Arising from a Roman fort erected on a crossroads of Portuguese trade routes, the city of Porto prospered during the expansion of the Portuguese empire in the 15th and 16th centuries and with the wine trade with England.
Alto Douro Vinhateiro is an area particularly representative of the landscape that characterizes the vast Douro Demarcated Region, the oldest regulated wine-growing region in the world.
The cultural landscape of the Alto Douro combines the monumental nature of the valley of the Douro River, made up of steep slopes and poor and rugged soils, with the ancestral and
continuous action of Man, adapting the space to the Mediterranean-type agricultural needs that the region supports.
Walk to the beautiful village of Baiona, where tourism and the sea are the decoy. It is located south of the Rias Baixas, protected from the open sea by a beautiful bay. Its location is perfect for the shelter of tourist boats and fishing boats.
Its climate is characterized by mild temperatures throughout the year.