Stone cross routes

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This self-guided itinerary allows us to enter the lesser known Vilagarcía, through 47 works of art carved in stone scattered throughout the most rural areas of the municipality.

Pazo of Rubians Route

Rubiáns holds the distinction of "Camellia's International Garden of Excellence". The pazo can be visited all year round by prior reservation. It can be done freely or guided.

Touristic Train Route

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A guided tour of the most emblematic spaces in the centre of Vilagarcía. Its squares, streets, parks, churches and more urban pazos bring us closer to the history of the town.

Destapa Vilagarcía Tour

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The itinerary traced by the bars that take part in this gastronomic route that is celebrated twice a year.

Wine Route

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It allows the tourist to visit several wineries in the region. In all of them you will be able to taste the wine, also its aguardientes.

Padre Sarmiento’s Route

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A path of just over 170 kilometres that runs along the southern coast of the Arousa estuary, enters the Ulla river and from Padrón heads towards Santiago de Compostela.

Jacobean River Route

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The body of the Apostle Santiago was brought from Jaffa (Palestine) to Iria Flavia, near Padrón, from where it was taken to Compostela. The Xacobean maritime-fluvial route commemorates, precisely, this legend.

Pazo y Convento de Vistalegre

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Of all the pazos in Vilagarcía, the one in Vistalegre is the only one that has been declared a Historic-Artistic Monument. The building has its roots in the very foundation of Vilagarcía.
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