Cambados in Spain, from Europe region, is best know for Points of Interest & Landmarks. Discover best things to do in Cambados with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Cambados
4.5 based on 206 reviews
The ruins look truly beautiful. I've visited it with my family on a rainy day and the scene is indescribable, with the old ruins and many tombs. I wouldn't bring kids there because they wouldn't understand the deep meaning within the mossy rocks and tombs. It gets better if you read the ruins' history while there.
Anyhow, worth for stopping by if you have anything to do nearby, otherwise the visit turns out to be too short. Also good if you seek silence and reflection.
4.5 based on 230 reviews
Lovely attractive coastal town with lots of shops, bars and restaurants and while walking through the streets you find the imposing Plaza de Fefinans with its Church and fortified palace. This is a centre for buying some good wine of the region and a well known wine producer is situated on the square.
Good place to sit and while away a few moments with a drink.....
Some good car parking is located not too far away....but like any other coastal town in the Summer months can get busy.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
This place is a (not particularly nice) old family house full of odd stuff. The visitors are offered a cookie and are guided through four rooms of the house. There's really nothing remarkable or worthy of attention in the house, just a series of uninteresting collections of shabby things, really: walking sticks, some note bills... It felt like visiting the house of a recently deceased old crazy aunt. The guides (and owners) are very friendly but their comments are mostly dull statements pointing out the obvious. It was embarrassing listening to such a badly told and incoherent story. At the end of the visit, you're kindly asked to give a donation. My advice: Don't go.
Having said this, the house has a small garden, which can only be seen from the back street, which is worth seeing for a picture.
4.5 based on 153 reviews
Surrounded by a unique sightseeing and environment, Bodegas Martín Códax invites you to come to visit its winery. Check our timetable with the winery depending on the month. Reservation: please call us or email us. Available Parking Area Bodegas Martín Códax accessibility: 60 per cent of all its premises
The winery tour and wine tasting at Martin Codax for our group of nine Aussies was simply worlds best practice. Our guide Maria delivered a first rate education on the wines of her area, but it was her passion for her job and this amazing...MoreDear friend, thank you so much for all your comments. It's an honor for us to know that you all have enjoyed so much our winery tour and tasting! You're more than welcome back if you ever visit Galicia again!
4 based on 93 reviews
The tower is a short walk along the seafront, and is probably worth the effort. It isn't very tall or impressive, but it will do you good to get away from the tapas bars! It is situated on a little island accessible by a bridge. The island is quite cute with a beach, but there is too much seaweed for swimming. I spend a pleasant couple of hours watching fish jumping out of the water.
4 based on 65 reviews
The Rias Baixas area of Spain is know for its predominant grape, Albarino (Al-bar-een-yo). Bodegas del Palacio de Fefinanes is located on Cambados' Plaza de Fefinanes, just a minute's walk from Hotel Real Ribodomar. We were hosted by Carmen, who was kind enough to show us the small winery and some of the vineyard area outside. Really enjoyed the wines! Stop in and have a taste..... Enjoy!
5 based on 14 reviews
Perfect wine with friendly atmosphere. We have got perfect lunch for tasting wine. Must to go When You visit Spain (not only Galicia)
4.5 based on 24 reviews
If you have the ability to visit one bodega, then this bodega should be on the list. We were lucky to get a tour of the manner the vine yards and a forest in this beautiful town the hostess with her mother were marvelous. The flowers on the table gorgeous. Emile spoke of Spain and the wine lesson was perfect. One will learn why the one glass should never be filled to the brim. I am glad this was a part of our trip.
4 based on 46 reviews
We saw the indications and decided to visit this place. After walking and climbing a bit up to the "mirador" you can actually see the sea, but mostly you see some tall trees, Peaceful place, dow.
5 based on 9 reviews
Hicimos las dos rutas que ofertan, cada una con una mariscadora diferente y a cada cual mejor, te enseñan el puerto, un almacen donde están las rederas y la lonja, para los que no tenemos ni idea estas muy bien, vimos la subastas de los mariscos y el pescado, estuvimos dos horas.
Otro dia hicimos la de mariscar, nos pusimos una botas altas que ellos te dejan, pero esa semana la marea baja era por la tarde y no salían, fuimos a ver repoblar la ria y nos explico como funciona todo, dimos un paseo por el barrio de santo Tome y estuvimos otras dos horas, se nos paso enseguida.
Luego te dan un librito que te explica las disitintas almejas y una bolsita con distintas conchas de recuerdo. Por 5€ no se puede pedir mas, muy recomendable tanto para ir solo como para ir con niños, a la de mariscar.
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