Sargadelos chinaware factory has
a long tradition since the XVIII century. Its production initially
followed British models, although it has since evolved into the
most distinctive Galician pattern in decorative dishware, crockery
and decorative crafts.
However, Sargadelos is much more than a renowned industrial enterprise,
whose production is shown in the most fashionable high-street
windowpanes in Spain. Chairman Isaac Díaz Pardo is a respected
Galician intellectual who has attrated to summer meetings myriads
of emerging artistic talents and consecrated figures who have
left their work at the exhibition room within the precints. Before
leaving, you can take a look at the shop where you can find a
comprehensive collection of the factory´s production.
Within walking distance of San Cibrao, you can reach Alcoa, the
most important aluminium industry in Spain. Arranged visits are