The historic city of Tui is located where Galicia borders Portugal, with the Miño River as the main feature in the green landscape. The Parador is in the center of the city. It is a faithful reproduction of a Galician country house in a mountainous river environment in the Baixo Miño district. The hotel is the perfect place to enjoy river sports such as canoeing and other outdoor activities. The décor in different color tones creates an ideal atmosphere in which to relax and get away from it all.
Exploring Tui will be a true journey of discovery for you. The city is home to the only cathedral in the province of Pontevedra, beautiful Santa María Cathedral. It is situated in the city’s charming old quarter, where a summer night enjoying drinks at the sidewalk cafés and nightspots is a very special experience indeed.
Monte Aloia Nature Reserve is just 5 kilometers from Tui. You will be amazed by the original forest house, which has been converted into the park's interpretive center. Within a radius of no more than 50 minutes from the city, the Baixo Miño district offers many spectacular locations, including the seaside village of A Guarda, with its colorful houses, architecture constructed by indianos (Spaniards who made their fortune in Latin America) and exquisite cuisine.
You will also love Oia, a small village that gazes out at the immensity of the Atlantic Ocean, where the ocean waves splash the incredible Cistercian Monastery of Santa María. O Rosal is another village that houses unique treasures, including a group of almost 70 mills dotting the mountain slopes, and exceptional vineyards where the prestigious wines of the Rías Baixas designation of origin are created.