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Santiago de Compostela: Pilgrim For a Day

1. Santiago de Compostela: Pilgrim For a Day

Your guide will pick you up to go to the starting point of el Camino. At the beginning your local guide will explain everything related to the Camino and how to be a good pilgrim. After being driven by car to the starting point, walk like a real pilgrim to see the cathedral. Take pictures and visit the most important monuments. Continue the walk by yourself to the final point, Obradoiro Square. The guide will be waiting at the last point to receive you and celebrate with you arrival. At the end of the journey, you can decide to go to the Pilgrim's Mass or go to a bar for a drink.

From Santiago de Compostela: Vigo and Baiona Day Tour

2. From Santiago de Compostela: Vigo and Baiona Day Tour

Start your tour with a visit to the maritime port of Vigo. Learn about its economic importance to the area and discover the most well-known and curious sculptures of the city that preside over it. Continue with a walk through the old town where you can stroll through its main streets and traditional houses. Next, head to the impressive park of Monte do Castro, a park with a fortress at the center of the city where you can enjoy spectacular views of the Vigo estuary. Continue your route to the beautiful town of Baiona, crowned by its impressive castle, now converted into a Parador. Explore the town's beautiful streets and experience its lively atmosphere. Enjoy some free time to sample the region's local gastronomy and chill at the beach before returning to Santiago.

Santiago de Compostela: Walking Tour with Live Guide

3. Santiago de Compostela: Walking Tour with Live Guide

Embark on a walking tour around the charming Santiago de Compostela with a live guide. Learn about the rich history, culture, and magnificent architecture from your guide as you explore this city. Enjoy this incredible tour of Santiago to experience the city like a local. We will meet at the Plaza do Obradoiro where we will learn about the fascinating history of the city, the beautiful squares around the Cathedral ( Plaza de Platerías, Plaza de Quintana y Plaza de la Inmaculada), Plaza Cervantes and the Abastos Food Market, ending the tour walking through its ancient streets.

From Santiago: 5-Day Private Tour of Northern Spain

4. From Santiago: 5-Day Private Tour of Northern Spain

Day 1: Santiago de Compostela Your local guide will pick you up at your hotel and take you on a 4-hour visit of Santiago de Compostela, including the cathedral. Enjoy free time for lunch before the driver will picks you up and leads you for a visit to the Costa da Morte on the Galician coast. Stay overnight at your hotel. Day 2: From Santiago to Oviedo Your driver will pick you up at your hotel in Santiago de Compostela and drive you towards Oviedo. On your way, discover the coastal regions of Galicia and Asturias, including the As Catedrais beach, Ribadeo, Mirador La Regalina observation deck, and the Lighthouse Cabo Vidio. Enjoy a lunch break in Cudillero. After lunch, drive to Oviedo where you will meet with your local guide and enjoy a guided visit to its old town. Sleep in Oviedo Day 3: From Oviedo to Santander Your driver will pick up you up at your hotel in Oviedo and drive you towards Santander. On the way, stop to visit the Holy Cave of Covadonga and basilica followed by a lunch break in Llanes. Take a scenic drive through San Vicente de la Barquera and stop in Comillas to enjoy a guided visit to the El Capricho de Gaudí. Sleep in Santander. Day 4: Santander and Santillana del Mar Your guide will pick you up at your hotel to show you the nice city of Santander and its bay on a 3-hour tour. Take a lunch break in Santander, after which you will go to one of the nicest villages in Spain, Santillana del Mar. Enjoy some time to walk around and visit the Neo-Cave of Altamira in the Altamira Museum. Day 5: Santander to Bilbao Your driver will pick you up at your hotel in Santander and drive you towards Bilbao. Meet with your local guide and enjoy a guided tour of the city and a 4-hour visit to the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. Take a lunch break in Bilbao and have free time to visit the so-called "Hanging Bridge" linking Portugalete and Las Arenas. The final drop-off will be at your hotel in Bilbao where the tour will end.

Vigo: Bay of San Simón Mussel Farming Tour

5. Vigo: Bay of San Simón Mussel Farming Tour

Learn about mussel farming in the Vigo estuary on board a small boat with a local skipper. Sail through the Bay of San Simón to discover some of the approximately 800 farming rafts that cultivate this precious staple of Galician cuisine. Depart from the small fishing port of Cesantes, Redondela located just north of Vigo. Journey through the Bay San Simón, a space with a high ecological value and the great biodiversity of flora and fauna. Learn about the entire process of mussel cultivation, from the collection of the offspring, the unfolding, to the packaging and marketing process. On the route discover fishing techniques that are used locally, such as shellfishing afloat or the potting of famous Galician octopus and crab. Hear about significant historical events that took place in the area, such as the Battle of Rande in 1702. Pass under the majestic Rande bridge and disembark outside the old German canning factory, currently the Meirande Museum, where you will have a short guided visit.

From Santiago: Cape Finisterre and Muxía Full-Day Tour

6. From Santiago: Cape Finisterre and Muxía Full-Day Tour

Departing from Santiago, the first stop will be Muros, a traditional coastal village clearly influenced by the Galician culture and tradition. Explore the fascinating and picturesque old town, brimming with authentic restaurants and cafes. In Ézaro, catch the spectacle of the Xallas River waterfall, the only one in Europe that runs straight into the sea. Continue to Cape Finisterre, and stop by the lighthouse, the most important landmark on the Coast of Death. Its light has guided ships along this dangerous coast. Enjoy some free time for lunch. Stop in Muxía by the Sanctuary of Nosa Señora da Barca, beautifully located on the seafront. According to tradition, Our Lady appeared to the apostle St. James at this place. Enjoy the grand scenery in front of the rough Atlantic Ocean. Finisterre is the end of the ancient world: the place where pilgrims who come to Compostela meet the immensity of the ocean. The last stop before heading back to Santiago will be at Ponte Maceira, a transit point for those pilgrims that head towards Fisterra.

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What an interesting a lovely tour! Pablo was a great guide who explained the area’s long history with seafood and protecting its coast. The boat ride was a lot of fun for us and the kids! It was very helpful to see the mussel farms in action, and seeing the underwater Jules Verne monument was a big bonus! Pablo even guided us to a place in Redondela for lunch after the tour, and helped us order. A great tour and helpful guide :)

the way is easy and you can experience just a little 'peregrino', our guide, Paula, was very nice and good, she explained a lot and gave us useful informations about El Camino and about San Santiago...we had the best short trip...all the thanks

Unique and unforgettable experience. Thank ELENA for helping us with all kinds of explanations, kindness and sympathy along the way. Beautiful landscapes. 100% recommendable. Thank you very much.

The guide provided us with information on the walk and there was enough markers on the way to ensure it was a pleasant day. Very good tour if you wanted to experience the journey.

Perfect, wonderful English translation, pointed out many historic sites, made it doable for very elderly and novice peregrinos, mil gracias