The Capital of Albariño name reflects that Cambados has always been linked from this exquisite broth and so is evident in the streets where the wine culture is notorious. The municipality has 21 wineries belonging to the appellation of origin Rias Baixas, numerous wine bars, a statue dedicated to Bacchus, god of wine in Roman mythology, as well as a museum dedicated to this issue and, of course, the Albariño wine festival converted into the largest in Spain dedicated to wine, and declared of National Tourist Interest.
Cambados has own itinerary of wineries, vineyards, tasting rooms and general infrastructure, together with the historical, make this city one of the most important wine regions of Spain.
Route Cambados wineries spans an area of 23.5 square kilometers, of which six are in the urban area and can be traveled on foot, while the rest are in the periphery, it is advisable to visit the vehicle use.
This route is available to the public 21 wineries duly marked by indicating the Wine Route, with services to the public, guided tours, tastings and sales of products. For these visits is recommended to make an appointment.