“Pazos” and Arousa Sea Excursion
Pazo Rubianes • Pazo Baión • Cambados • Isla de Arosa • Villagarcía de Arosa • Carril
Isla de Arosa (Isle)
The sea all around, its beaches, its pine forests, the port and A Isla-style octopus.
Villagarcía de Arousa
In the heart of Ria of Arosa, both localities are linked by the promenade; it is easy to see women collecting the famous Carril clams.
Stroll around the seafaring town of Cambados and visit the “Pazo de Fefiñanes.”
Casa Rosita (Cambados)
Good fish and seafood at a reasonable price. Abundant. Traditional cuisine.
A gastronomic experience per se. 3 concepts in one: bar, terrace and table in kitchen with tasting menu that brings the sea to your table. “Abastos 2.0” initiative in the Ria of Arosa.
Contemporary Galician cuisine. 1 Michelin Star. Good tasting menu
Casa Loliña (Carril)
Specialities: Carril clams and Loliña-style angler fish. A classic that is always fashionable. Traditional cuisine
Punta Cabalo (Isla de Arousa)
A special place in a lighthouse overlooking the sea, with an octopus dish that’ll knock you out
Taberna A Meca (Isla de Arousa)
Not many tables and no frills but good variegated scallops, clams, fish and seafood from the Ria of Arosa. Good rice and lobster.