Ria de Muros e Noia was presented in Fitur as a tourist destination for the first time

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Cambados ciudad del vino Fitur 2017

Ria de Muros e Noia was presented in Fitur as a tourist destination for the first time

Cambados and the Mancomunidad de Salnés are betting on the Route of the Father Sarmiento and the next celebration of the capital of Albariño as European City of Wine 2017

Under the name “Las Rías Gallegas, as they were”, the managing entity of this destination, the Rural Development Association (ARD) of Muros-Noia was presented for the first time in Fitur with the aim of making a first contact with The fair and its operation, while presenting its first developed tourism resources focused on offering a slow or quiet tourism in a natural environment in the line of sustainable tourism. In this sense, the slogan pretends to influence that we are in front of the less urbanized river and with a less urbanized environment of the Galician rías.

A new website www.riademurosnoia.com, a video and promotional materials focused on providing services to the lodgings and restaurants of the estuary are the materials that have been elaborated so far with the objective of working in the creation of destination oriented to active tourism And natural, with BTT and hiking routes, touring circuits, etc.

Wine tourism and hiking

Cambados and the Route of the Father Sarmiento – an itinerary of 190 kilometers by the coast of the whole region that reproduces the trip of the religious in 1745 – were the two bets of the Mancomunidad Salnés for this edition of Fitur in which the programming was outlined Of acts for the celebration of Cambados as Wine City and it was announced that the Route of the Sarmiento Father will include a stage on foot and another by bicycle by several Conus.

The audio-visual montages “O Salnés, Ruta del Sarmiento” and “Cambados, made a man” summed up the spirit of the speeches given by the mayor of Cambados, Fatima Abal, the mayor of Enoturismo, José Ramón Abal, the delegate of tourism of Mancomunidad, Gonzalo Pita, and its manager, José Ramón García Guinarte.

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