Discover some of Galicia’s most ruggedly beautiful scenery on this full-day tour from Santiago de Compostela. Meet in the city center in the morning, and hop aboard your air-conditioned vehicle. Your destination is the Costa da Morte (Coast of Death)—so named because its choppy waters have caused numerous shipwrecks. Visit the charming fishing town of Muros, see the Ézaro Waterfall; explore Cape Finisterre (one of the Iberian Peninsula’s westernmost points), and drop by the coastal village of Muxía.
Discover the sights of Santiago de Compostela's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on a private walking tour. You'll explore the squares around the cathedral with a guide who tells you stories about the history of the city and shows you places many visitors miss, like hidden squares, small streets, and the Mercado de Abastos. Plus, catch one of the best views of the cathedral.
The rugged Coast of Death, in the north of Spain, is an ancient part of the country, with legends dating back to the Celts and Romans. Learn the history—and see the sights—of this stunning coastal area on this daylong tour around Galicia. Visit towns including Muxia, Finisterre, and Carnota, and see the waterfalls in Ezaro. Enjoy easy, round-trip transportation, so you can enjoy the views as you're whisked from Santiago de Compostela.
Make the most of your time in Galicia by visiting multiple cities and towns in one day. Starting off in Santiago de Compostela, you’ll travel by coach, and stop off at Pontevedra and Combarro. Having a guide means you’ll save time, and learn about the area’s history along the way. Enjoy an O Grove boat trip, and try mussels and wine. Your final stop is Cambados in Rías Baixas.
The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is one of the most important sites in Europe for Catholics, as well as being interesting to non-Catholics. Make the most out of your visit by joining this cathedral and museum tour, where you’ll learn all about the culture and history of Santiago de Compostela. You can also enjoy the convenience of skipping the lines, so you don’t have to waste time lining up.
Join us in an exploration of the globally acclaimed city of Pontevedra!
Famous for its rich heritage, but also for the many prizes it has been collecting in recent years owing to its revolutionary urban renovation, the quaint capital of the Rias Baixas region is a must.
This walking tour looks like this:
- We'll see the iconic Peregrina church and cross the threshold of the medieval walls.
- We’ll venture into the second largest old town of Galicia, going back in time through the narrow cobblestone streets and a myriad of squares.
- We’ll get to the ancient stone bridge which gives name to the city.
- We’ll visit what’s left of the medieval walls and some remarkable buildings, returning to the city centre via the old Town Hall.
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PS. Bookings will be confirmed by us personally as soon as humanly possible. Times are approximate: We may be able to offer personalised visiting times.
For other custom and pricing options please do visit the 'Galicia Unveiled' main website.
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.
If you were traveling to Santiago de Compostela from Porto on your own, you’d have to rent a car. Avoid that major hassle altogether, and visit both Santiago de Compostela and Viana do Castelo during this guided tour from Porto. See both areas’ major highlights in just a day, and ride comfortably with round-trip transport included.
Get out of Santiago de Compostela for the day and explore the beautiful natural attractions in the nearby area. Be amazed at the rock formations at the Playa de las Catedrales, which resemble Gothic cathedrals, and visit the ancient walled city of Lugo, where you'll be led on a walking tour. Learn all about the culture, history, and nature of this lesser-known region of northern Spain.
Exploring Santiago de Compostela’s sights and cuisine without a guide may mean missing hidden gems and just guessing at restaurants and dishes to try. With this tour, be sure to experience the historical quarter’s highlights and off-the-radar places, along with a typical lunch at a tried-and-trusted restaurant. Plus, along the way, hear detail on Santiago’s history, food, and culture you might miss alone. Lunch, including dessert and coffee, is included.
Pilgrims hike hundreds of miles to see Santiago de Compostela in the Galicia region of Spain, but on this private tour from A Coruña, you can see the famous cathedral and the UNESCO-listed city’s other sights in just eight hours. Make your own itinerary in the city and follow it through with a private chauffeur and tour guide who provide educational commentary and round-trip transportation from A Coruña.
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 historic city of Santiago de Compostela on this custom-crafted excursion with a local host. After a convenient pickup from select hotels, devise an itinerary that suits your interests and visit must-see sites like Plaza del Obradoiro, Palacio de Raxoi, and Catedral de Santiago de Compostela. Admire its architecture and learn about the history of Santiago’s UNESCO-designated old town from a passionate local.
Visit three highlights of northern Spain—La Coruña, Muxia, and Finisterre—on an easy day trip. Don't worry about self driving or catching buses, as transport is taken care of. Enjoy panoramic sea views from La Coruña's Tower of Hercules, check out many beautiful local churches, and be amazed by the Roman end 'end of the world' at Cape Fisterra. History and culture enthusiasts will especially enjoy this tour.
At Go Travel Everywhere, we bet on a quality service, punctual and personalized, in order to guarantee the satisfaction of those who choose us. Our drivers, and guides, are committed professionals, who excel in friendliness and care.
World Heritage since 1985, and more cosmopolitan city of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela has attracted visitors and pilgrims from all over the world for centuries. Santiago is great. And so it makes us feel!
The Minhota hospitality, with its rich gastronomy and vibrant traditions, make of Viana do Castelo a point of obligatory stop for those who visit the Minho region. The city's landscapes will delight your senses!
Do you want to discover the history of one of the most valuable grapes in Galicia? The home of this excelent grape is in the Salnes valley where one of the most valued white wines in the world is produced every year. Its capital, Cambados, located pretty close to Pontevedra, is a land of nobles, Pazos (traditional Galician house) and wine tradition.This wine tradition has been passed generation by generation since the XII century,consequently, its local people, the special care they give to their vineyards throughout the year, as well as its privileged atlantic climate are essential factors in order to get a well balanced wine known as Albariño.
Within the Route of Albarino we will visit some of the most important wineries in the area of Salnes where we will enjoy unbeatable views of the Ría de Arousa accompanied by a tasting of different Albariños that will not leave you indifferent. Finally, we will have a special picnic for you with local products in a charming area.
Enjoy a full-day introduction to Galicia’s charms—and discover some of the region’s most striking attractions—on this seamless tour. Meet in central Santiago de Compostela, and board your air-conditioned coach. You’ll encounter a wide range of landmarks throughout the day: discover a 7th-century monastery, visit a winery in the Ribeira Sacra region, explore the medieval highlights of the Castro Caldelas village, and see the cathedral in vibrant Ourense before returning to Santiago.
Explore A Coruña on a private walking tour that introduces you to main attractions like the Old City and Plaza de Maria Pita. With a guide, listen to stories and facts about the port city and visit squares and viewpoints that many visitors miss. Plus, catch one of the best views from the beach.
Ubicaba en el centro de la Reserva de la Biosfera Terras do Miño, la ciudad milenaria de Lucus Augusti ofrece al visitante una gran diversidad de recursos tanto naturales como culturales. Con dos Patrimonios de la Humanidad, Muralla Romana y Catedral de Lugo, la ciudad es una de las paradas más importantes del Camino Primitivo a Santiago.
En Lugo podemos visitar restos romanos como la muralla, puente, termas o mosaicos; la completa red de museos únicos como la Domus de Mitreo (antiguo templo dedicado al dios oriental Mitra), la Casa de los Mosaicos o el Museo Provincial; o la Catedral, una de las más bonitas y coquetas de Galicia.
Tras el paseo, podemos deleitarnos con la gastronomía lucense en la “zona de vinos”, con el que acompañaremos con las afamadas tapas de Lugo: plaza do Campo, rua Nova, rua da Cruz… Esta zona nos permite callejear por las plazas y recovecos de la ciudad.
Enjoy the stunning views along the Coastal Camino trail taking you from the seaside town of Baiona to the heart of Santiago de Compostela. Along the way you will discover delicious Spanish tapas, meet fellow walkers, learn about the Camino culture and visit some charming towns and villages.
Monforte de Lemos, capital of Ribeira Sacra, is part of the Red de Juderías de España and the County of Lemos is one of the most relevant in the Medieval and Modern times.
It is a walk through the city where we will discover the most relevant points of the second most populated nucleus in the province of Lugo.
The French Way is the most famous, popular and popular route of the Camino de Santiago. Now, next to us you can enjoy it.
The French Way inspired a multitude of books, documentaries and films.
On the way, you can enjoy the beautiful Galician landscape, as well as its gastronomy. And also socialize and meet other pilgrims from different parts of the world on your route.
In case the stages seem too long, do not worry, because we offer you the possibility of dividing them in two and staying halfway, so that you can go at your own pace.
We help you to enjoy this experience to the fullest, taking care of the logistical details, freeing you from worries, so you just have to focus on walking.
*This is a self-guided tour, you can start when you see fit.*
*Our recommendation is to start walking between 8:00 and 9:00 am to arrive at the next hotel at a reasonable time.*