The email or password you entered isn't correct. If you've forgotten your password, please reset it. Click here
There was an error logging in, please try again.
Log in to Viator
Log in to add things to your wishlist and access your bookings from any device.
Follow in the footsteps of centuries of pilgrims on a 7-day self-guided walking tour along the historic Camino de Santiago route. Complete the last 62 miles (100) of the UNESCO-listed pilgrimage, known as the Camino Francés, beginning in Sarria and finishing in Santiago, where you can your pilgrim's passport stamped and admire the shrine of St. James the Great. Accommodation, breakfast and dinner each day, and luggage transfer are all included so you can focus on a meaningful walk through the scenic towns and forests of Galacia.
Make the most out of a visit to Muxia and Cape Finisterre on this guided day tour from Santiago de Compostela. With all the details arranged ahead of time and a guide in the lead, you'll learn much more about the area than you would exploring on your own, with the bonus of not having to worry about logistics or directions. Snap photos of the dramatic landscapes and learn about the many shipwrecks that have met their doom on the so-called "Coast of Death" through your guide's engaging commentary.
Juanjo leads this tour and can be adapted to your specific needs. We will visit the main wine regions of Galicia, enjoy their wines, visit their cities monuments, and hidden corners, taste the typical meals and obtain an off-the-beaten-track experience, rest in the best hotels, monasteries, old castles or manor houses. An exclusive experience hard to forget.Solo travellers will have to pay a double occupancy fee of 600 €
Experience the wine, food, and natural beauty of Rias Baixas on this all-day guided excursion. After a convenient pickup from a designated spot, enjoy activities that include stopping by a bodega with a complimentary wine tasting, savoring an all-you-can-eat mussel and wine meal after a boat trip along Ria de Arousa, and visits to the pretty island of La Toja and the Albariño wine country town of Cambados.
COSTA DA MORTEA comprehensive full-day private tour of the Death Coast, Galicia in a 4x4, taking in emblematic areas such as The Beach of Crystals, Traba, Camelle, Cabo Vilán, Camariñas, Muxía, Finisterre and more.Juanjo leads this tour and can be adapted to your specific needsTours are led by a very knowledgeable and professional local English-speaking guide and there are lots of opportunities to take photos and enjoy the wild nature and excellent gastronomy offered by the region. Tours can also be customised to suit specific requirements.
Enjoy the last 100 km of the French Camino, from Sarria to Santiago. This tour is organized by local Camino de Santiago Experts. The French Way is the most popular and sociable route of the Camino de Santiago. We will organize a lifetime experience!
Experience the best of Galician nature, culture, and cuisine on this evening combo tour from Vigo. Catch a ferry across the bay to the fishing village of Cangas for a guided nature trek along the coastline, and then reward yourself with a tasting of traditional Spanish tapas paired with Galician wine. Along the way, learn about local history from a guide as you travel by land and by sea.
This exclusive private tour will take you through three different wine regions in Galicia, tasting the local food in some unique places, that is served with the local wines of each of the regions while visiting a great extension of Galicia, its monuments, stunning views, picturesque and historical places and sleeping in the monumental and high ranked Paradores of each area we visit, to enjoy a complete experience of Galicia its food, wines and places.Juanjo leads this tour and can be adapted to your specific needs
This tour will take you to some wineries taste their wines, but will also include a boat ride to visit the mussel farms while enjoying some mussels and wine, but also will show you some beautiful landscapes of Galicia, completing the tour with a fantastic seafood lunch with unlimited wine. A trip you'll remember.
For groups contact us.We will take you for an agile and fun Adventure ride along the Costa de Oleiros on our electric bicycles, where you will meet unique places, come with us and join the Adventure and Live Oleriros!We travel on a tour of the entire Oleiros coast through the best beaches, coves and viewpoints in the area.We will take a look at the Santa Cruz Castle to end the walk with a gentle sea breeze along the promenade.It will be a tour of the city of approximately 30 km in which we will see in details interesting places and incredible views of the coast.It should be considered that it is an adventure of a long journey a plan of the whole morning / afternoon or afternoon / night, the bicycles are electric so the physical effort is minimal, it is considered a stop for lunch or dinner (additional and optional) according to time.You can contact us for large groups, we have up to 10 bicycles for large groups.
Once in Santiago de Compostela you can take a new route towards the sea, the Finisterre Camino. Finisterre was considered the End of the World during the Roman and Celtic periods (Finis: end; Terre: world).
The Portuguese Coastal Camino goes along the coast up to Redondela, where it joins with the Portuguese Camino on the same path until Santiago. The spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean make it an incredible route.
The Salnés Valley is where most of the Albariño cellars under the appellation of origin Rías Baixas are located and the wines here have very distinctive characteristics due to the influence of the Atlantic and their unique canopy growing system of setting the vines, known as "parras". Juanjo leads this tour and can be adapted to your specific needsThe Albarino Wine Tour includes a visit to several wineries of all sizes from the largest cellars to the smaller but not the least important ones, all of them belonging to the denomination of origin Rías Baixas. So you will be able to not only see their facilities but also to talk to the winemakers directly, taste their wines, listen to their opinions and hear about their winemaking techniques that make their wines so different. Come and let us show you the Albariño of the Rías Baixas!You will also be able to enjoy a typical lunch at a "furancho" (an at one time clandestine wine producers) with homemade wine and local served dishes
From Vilalba, in Galicia Region, you will be able to enjoy the calm and the solitude of the Northern Camino on the first stretches.Once in Arzúa, the itinerary will join with the French Way, so the last walking days will be more sociable.
The Portuguese Way is the second most popular route of the Camino de Santiago. It follows the French Way. Enjoy the last 100 km of this amazing path, from Tui to Santiago de Compostela. A tour designed by local Camino de Santiago experts!
The adventure does not have to end in Santiago! It can be the beginning of a new path to the sea if we start the Camino de Finisterre.This Way is much more than a simple prolongation of the Way. It comes from the Celtic and Roman tradition, at a time when there was a popular belief that Finisterre was the End of the Earth (hence its name).It is a route that is very well marked.You can ask for your diploma when you arrive in Finisterre. This diploma is known as "Finisterrana", and if you continue to Muxía "Muxiana".
Disfrute de una excursión inolvidable por dos de los parajes mas impresionantes del norte de Galicia, como son la playa de las Catedrales y Punta de Fuciño dio Porco.Este es un tour privado, solo aceptamos su grupo.
This is the most popular section of the Camino de Santiago. On this self-guided tour, start your journey in Sarria and walk the last 70 miles (114 km) of the Camino to Santiago de Compostela. You will meet pilgrims, taste local cuisine and experience the unique Camino culture along the way. Your time on the famous walking route will take you across the beautiful landscape of Northern Spain. Rustic hamlets, quaint villages and the rolling hills of Galicia are part of your walk each day. You will get your pilgrims passport stamped each day and have the chance to explore the historic city of Santiago on your last day.
The Primitive Camino is considered to be the first Jacobean route leading to Santiago de Compostela;Although the complete route begins in Oviedo, it is possible to start from Lugo and walk the last 100 km of this medieval path.It is highly recommended for those people who are looking for solitude, peace and silence.
This Galician region, known as Ribeira Sacra since the s. XII, is located in the south of the province of Lugo and north of Ourense, in the center of Galicia, around the courses of Miño and Sil. The area is dotted with Cistercian monasteries hidden among forests on both banks of the rivers, as well as wineries, fortresses, medieval bridges or abandoned villages, such as Belesar, visible only with the decrease in river flow.Wine zone with D.O. Ribeira Sacra, the main grape we can taste is Mencia, but also Godello, grown on terraces next to Miño and Sil, among the spectacular canyons that form the rivers.
It is the second busiest and most demanded route after the French Way.The Portuguese Way is a journey that goes into Galicia towards Santiago de Compostela through Portuguese lands.A route in which you will cross forests, villages, medieval bridges and historic cities such as Tui or Pontevedra.In this case, we offer to carry out the Galician part of the Portuguese Way, that is, the last 100 km (Minimum required to obtain the Compostela).
Do you want to know one of the most emblematic estuaries and islands of Galicia? This land is an area of hard workers who live working as fishermen or gathering shellfish, anonymous people who create wealth, culture and intangible heritage.We start the route off, doing a boat trip along the estuary of Arousa in order to get to know first-hand how fishermen and shellfish catchers work and what kind of tools they use. Specialized guides will explain you how every tool have been used during time. After finishing the boat trip we will visit one of the last tide mills well conserved in Galicia.Last but not least we will visit a traditional house of the late 19th century, early 20th century located in San Vicente del Grove, here, we will discover how Galicians lived during that period and we will have a special lunch.
You can walk the last 100 km of the Winter Camino from Monforte de Lemos instead of Ponferrada (the original starting point).From Monforte de Lemos you will enjoy the Ribeira Sacra area, where the vineyards, terraces and canyons will not disappoint you!