History

Enoturismo María Manuela was born from the illusion of a daughter and her husband to recover what one day were the lands that have seen her born. Her name refers to two great women who worked them for decades, her mother María and her grandmother Manuela, and in this way, it is clear that women have always been a fundamental pillar in the work and conservation of the countryside.

With this inherited land they created an Albariño grape plantation, taking advantage of the fact

that they were part of the Rías Baixas DO, and six cosy cabins where they could stay, all of them with a fireplace, terrace and Jacuzzi, named after the trees found in the oak grove that overlooks them.

And so it was that by combining their passion for wine and for tourism they turned Enoturismo María Manuela into a magical place where you can disconnect from the frenzy of modern life and reconnect with nature.

History

Enoturismo María Manuela was born from the illusion of a daughter and her husband to recover what one day were the lands that have seen her born. Her name refers to two great women who worked them for decades, her mother María and her grandmother Manuela, and in this way, it is clear that women have always been a fundamental pillar in the work and conservation of the countryside.

With this inherited land they created an Albariño grape plantation, taking advantage of the fact that they were part of the Rías Baixas DO, and six cosy cabins where they could stay, all of them with a fireplace, terrace and Jacuzzi, named after the trees found in the oak grove that overlooks them.

And so it was that by combining their passion for wine and for tourism they turned Enoturismo María Manuela into a magical place where you can disconnect from the frenzy of modern life and reconnect with nature.

Get to know us

Our cabins have a story behind them that makes them special and that is that they saved an oak tree from being cut down. In Galicia, year after year, many native forests of great environmental and cultural value are lost and we could not afford this fate for our oak grove.

The oak tree, the typical forest of Galicia is undoubtedly magical places. The forms that trace the branches of the oaks, their leaves that change colour with each season until they are completely naked in winter captivate and fall in love with those who walk through them.

That is why we came up with the idea of building the cabins so that people

like us, who are passionate about nature, could enjoy the freedom it gives us, appreciate the silence only interrupted by the sound of the wind, the rain or the song of the owl at night.

María and Manuela, the two women who inspired this project, told us that the oak groves were meeting places for important events, country meals, dances and celebrations. That is why we thought that this was a fantastic way to add value to our forests.

I’m sure that if our oaks could speak they would thank us for saving them and thus contribute to the conservation of nature.

Get to know us

Our cabins have a story behind them that makes them special and that is that they saved an oak tree from being cut down. In Galicia, year after year, many native forests of great environmental and cultural value are lost and we could not afford this fate for our oak grove.

The oak tree, the typical forest of Galicia is undoubtedly magical places. The forms that trace the branches of the oaks, their leaves that change colour with each season until they are completely naked in winter captivate and fall in love with those who walk through them.

That is why we came up with the idea of building the cabins so that people like us, who are passionate about nature, could enjoy the freedom it gives us, appreciate the silence only interrupted by the sound of the wind, the rain or the song of the owl at night.

María and Manuela, the two women who inspired this project, told us that the oak groves were meeting places for important events, country meals, dances and celebrations. That is why we thought that this was a fantastic way to add value to our forests.

I’m sure that if our oaks could speak they would thank us for saving them and thus contribute to the conservation of nature.