The geo-destination, Ría de Arousa, contains the municipalities: A Illa de Arousa, A Pobra do Caramiñal, Boiro, Cambados, Catoira, Dodro, Meaño, Meis, O Grove, Pontecesures, Rianxo, Ribadumia, Ribeira, Sanxenxo, Valga, Vilagarcía de Arousa and Vilanova de Arousa.
The largest of the Rias Baixas is a wise mix of nature, art, maritime tradition and – nowadays – the best leisure activities. Here some of the best white wines in Spain are produced, within the D.O. of Rías Baixas.
The Arousa estuary retains all the charm of a natural beauty. This is evidenced by its excellent beaches and islands, such as Sálvora, Cortegada, Arousa or A Toxa with their spas, pine groves and elegant hotels.
Or the entertainment in Rianxo, Boiro, Ribeira, A Pobra do Caramiñal... The nobility of Cambados, capital of Albariño, with the impressive plaza and the Pazo de Fefiñáns. Or Catoira, scene of ancient barbarian invasions and today a festive and fun 'Viking Landing'. And during the visit to Vilagarcía de Arousa, there's nothing like enjoying "Mariñeiro-style tourism" visiting the neighbouring Port of Carril in order to discover the best Galician seafood farms. Trying their famous clams right there is an absolute must.