Our company is located in Boiro, a town from the „Ría de Arousa”, which belongs to the “Rías Baixas” and lies in Galicia, in the Northwest of Spain
The exploitation of different shellfish, such as oysters and mussels, and fish has its origin in the Oestrymnios (6th century BC) and the Celts (4th century BC). This went through the roman occupation until the present days. In fact, Galicia’s history is the history between their inhabitants and the sea.
In terms of fishing we highlight different types of mackerel, the sardine, the octopus, the sepia and the hake at present, while in terms of crustaceans we distinguish crabs, spider crabs, shrimps and barnacles.
Galicia stands at the leadership of mussel’s farming, but the oyster, clam, cockle and turbot are also of importance, given their volume and peerless quality.