Albariño and seafood and fish from the Rías are the main dishes
The Parador de Cambados is the ideal place to indulge yourself in the exquisite and genuine Galician gastronomy. The offer is based on fresh seafood and fish from the Rías accompanied by a good Albariño wine (for that is its capital), without neglecting the famous meats of the area and its characteristic horticultural products.
Genuine Galician cuisine
With a traditional basis, the menu at Restaurant in Pontevedra offers exquisite home-made empanadas (pies), fish such as sole or monkfish, molluscs such as scallops and mussels, without forgetting about octopus a feira (with potatoes and paprika), Rubia Gallega veal, Padrón peppers, filloas (thin crepes) or O Cebreiro cheese ice cream. As well as eating, in the beautiful restaurant of the old Pazo Bazán you can taste the best local wines.
Type of kitchen
Galician octopus, rice with lobster, cheese ice cream.
Tranquillity and relaxation in the Capital of Albariño wines
It’s an ideal location from which to explore Ría de Arousa and the Rías Baixas, but you really don’t need to go very far. The old quarter of Cambados, designated a Site of Cultural Interest, offers numerous examples of history, culture and heritage. It constitutes the best showcase of Galician manor houses and stately homes. There are also urban beaches with promenades and fine sand such as A Mouta Beach, where the San Sadurniño Tower, the remains of an ancient fortification that defended the town from attackers, is located.
Cambados is an ideal place for wine tourism. You can visit the Wine Museum, located next to the emblematic ruins of Santa Mariña Dozo, and explore routes through wineries, vineyards and tasting rooms. Wine culture is omnipresent in the streets of Cambados, and it’s no coincidence that its biggest celebration, held on the first Sunday of August, is the Albariño Festival. The Parador restaurant offers you the best wines, as well as a selection of the best local produce such as fish, seafood and Padrón peppers.