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Santiago de Compostela Tours, Tickets, & Excursions
Follow the famed Camino de Santiago to its endpoint at the Atlantic—and take in both cultural and natural highlights—during this full-day tour of Finisterre. Depart from central Santiago de Compostela, and head to the coast. You’ll admire the lighthouse and ocean views at the Costa da Morte, and will spot the Cascada de Ezaro waterfall. Next, visit a pilgrimage church, tour the medieval town of Ponte Maceira, and more.
• Ticket to participate in a 2 hour walking tour through the main streets of Santiago de Compostela Old Town
• Includes the main squares around the cathedral
• Local places you won't find in tourist guides: Mercado de Abastos, narrow streets, hidden squares
• The best views of the Cathedral from the Alameda Park.
Our excursion is refreshing, organized by a company where we are all dynamic, with many years of experience on these routes. We make our routes with great affection towards the people and the things we visit and that is why we have always had good reviews for our clients.
Our dealings with the client are unique, for us it is very main. We are from several different countries, and therefore, we like to talk to people, meet them, and let them know the land where we live. The most important thing to do always with a big smile, because for us the shared life is better.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 needs.
The 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
With a guided tour, you can easily visit top Rias Baixas sites from Santiago de Compostela in just one day. Travel by air-conditioned coach to top attractions such as Pontevedra, Combarro, and A Lanzada Beach, all while picking up interesting facts about the area from your guide. Plus, an included boat ride with wine and mussels tastings gives this tour a luxurious feel—without a luxury price tag.
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.
Get a locals' perspective on Santiago on this small-group tour that takes you through the Calle de Vinos (wine streets) of the historic city center. Visit five tapas bars and pastry shops to sample their offerings while learning from your guide about the history and cultural significance of the Galician region's cuisine. Uncover centuries of history around every corner and learn how to order and eat like a local.
Combine a gourmet lunch with a stroll around Santiago de Compostela's historic quarter. Traveling with a guide allows you to get the most out of a walking tour, learning lesser-known facts and visiting hidden gems along the way. Along the walking tour, enjoy a 3-course moveable feast: stop at one restaurant for an appetizer, the next for your main meal, and a third for dessert. Listen to commentary about the city's Celtic past and culinary culture as you explore.
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.
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.
Essential tour to know, without hurry, the most significant and spectacular corners of the "Costa da Morte".
From the hand of Official Galician Tourism Guides you will discover impressive waterfalls, lighthouses, an imposing coast and you will have time to enjoy the best local cuisine.
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
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.
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 €