Pontevedra is a province of Spain along the country's Atlantic coast in southwestern Europe. The province forms the southwestern part of the autonomous community of Galicia. It is bordered by the provinces of A Coruña, Lugo, and Ourense, the country of Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean. The official languages of the Pontevedra province are Spanish and Galician. There is a public institution called the Diputación Provincial of Pontevedra (Provincial Council), whose head office is in Pontevedra city, that provides direct services to citizens such as technical, financial and technological support to the councils of the 62 municipalities of the province of Pontevedra.
Restaurants in Province of Pontevedra
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We welcome our visitors to the main entrance to the estate, a brief overview of the history of the Lordship of Rubianes, begins an experience full of sensations. With the company of the staff in charge of the conservation of the estate, a historic and Camellia Garden of International Excellence, the most extensive vineyards of the region of Salnés and its views to the Estuary of Arousa, continuing with a trip to our past history, inside the Palace, unique private Galician manor in prefect state of conservation and decoration that opens its doors to visitors. We continue with the visit in the chapel of the 16th century and end with a tasting of our Albariño wines accompanied by an aperitif in the Winery-Boutique of the 15th Century, where they will have the opportunity to purchase the Garden Range products of the Palace.
This Stunning vineyard Pazo d Rubianes, at Rias Baixas - O'O Salnes region - is also a botanic garden and a 15th centure palace. The albariño wine is absolutely divine! A definite one for your #bucketlist !! And Of course - what's wine without cheese - You can also find here delicious local ecological cheese Xanceda . We also really liked their natural Beauty Range, especially the oil & face cream! #theoneforwinelovers #justthe8ofus #familyholidays #lastdaysofsummer
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Those who have written about this architectural monument of stone and plants-dubbed the "Generalife of the North" and "Galician Versailles"-found they needed to compare it to universally known monuments in order to express both the singularity and significance of what is the best preserved of the Galician country estates. Although seemingly exaggerated, the comparison aptly conveys the fact that, although it was built very far from the Court, its design was based on courtly baroque gardens.
The gardens are amazing, definitely worth a visit. It costs 6 Euros to enter the gardens, but they are free on Wednesday. We did not visit the castle, it costs 15 Euros and requires a minimum of 5 people. Not sure if you need to book for the castle, for the gardens you just need to use the doorbell at the entrance.
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A secret garden full of romantic corners and exotic plants. A mind and body experience.
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