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Parador de Cambados :

Paseo Calzada, s/n
Cambados, Pontevedra 36630
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This is Cambados, capital of albariño, one of the world's best white wines. And of course, in such a place as this, there must be a Parador awaiting you. The Parador de Cambados is located in an old country house known as Bazán, an elegant ancestral mansion. It offers bright, comfortable guest rooms and a delightful interior courtyard with a terrace café, where you will enjoy the sound of water splashing in the stone fountain and the peaceful atmosphere. This is the ideal place to stay if you want to explore the Ria of Arousa and Rías Baixas region. However, you won't need to go far, as we recommend that you start by discovering the unique charm of Cambados. Its old quarter, which has been declared a Site of Cultural Interest, includes a group of mansions that turn the town into an open-air museum. And the Albariño Festival, held on the first Sunday in August, is a must-see for lovers of fine wine.

Cambados is the perfect size to tour on foot, without the distances being too long or the need to rush. It is like an open-air museum. The beauty of the place will bring you to a halt with each step: it is one of the most spectacular showcases for mansions and stately homes in Galicia. Fefiñáns Square has a spectacular charm. It is formed by the mansion of the same name, an arch-bridge, a keep watchtower and San Bieito Church, all beautiful granite structures that make the square one of the most unique architectural complexes in Galicia. Other mansions include Montesacro, the palace of the counts of Maceda, Casa das Cunchas, Pazo Ulloa and Pazo de Figueroa, making Cambados very worthy of the title Muy Noble Villa (Most Noble Town).

This is also an ideal spot for winery tourism. You can visit the wine museum near the ruins of Santa Mariña Dozo Church and tour wineries, vineyards and tasting rooms. The culture of wine is a constant presence on the streets of Cambados. Together with the best local produce, which includes fish, seafood and padrón peppers, it makes the cuisine at the Parador restaurant a true delight.

You can find this parador featured in the following popular routes:

The Way to Santiago - 7 nights

This route passes through some of the most representative places on the Pilgrims' Way, ending by the very doors of the Cathedral in the Plaza del Obradoiro.


This is a guided tour taking in famous Galician wines. Tour the area which has given rise to the major Denominations of Origin of Monterrei, Rias Baixas and Valeorras, amongst others.


During 2010, a Holy Year, pilgrims may get the Jubilee. To get it, one of the prerequisites is to visit the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, in which -according to tradition- the tomb of Saint James the Elder is. The Saint James Way has been declared by the UNESCO World Heritage and by the Council of Europe "European Cultural Itinerary".
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