Noia, located well within the ría of Muros and Noia, this town is important in Galician history, and still retains an interesting old town of medieval origin. Two of the town’s temples figure among the most relevant in Galician architecture: Santa María A Nova (XIV century), which contains more than 500 tombstones with gremial and noble representations carved in them dating from XIV and XVII centuries and San Martiño Church (XV century), built in the typical gothic style from small fishing Galician villages.
Barbanza Peninsula is a land of strong contrasts divided by the Sierra de O Barbanza mountain range, an enormous granite hulk that dives into the sea separating the Rías Baixas of Muros-Noia from that of Arousa. Within a relatively small area, its natural environment includes landscapes, natural features and archaeological sites of the greatest importance like Mount of A Curota, the Natural Park of Corrubedo Dunes and Vixán lagoon, Axeitos Dolmen, Puebla do Caramiñal or Rianxo.
Outstanding visits: Mediaeval churches, Mount Curota, Historical reminiscences and fishing villages like Aguiño, Puebla do Caramiñal or Rianxo.
Rate valid for 1, 2 or 3 people.
Includes car with driver and official guide from Galicia.
Does not include tickets or lunch.