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Excursions from Santiago de Compostela

This is the best way to explore the places in all of Galicia departing from Santiago de Compostela. These day trips will bring you closer to the best natural destinations in Galicia such as the End of the World, paradisiacal beaches and others sculpted by the sea such as cathedral walls or the impressive canyons of the Sil River.

From 39 € per person

Between 8 and 10 hours.

Every day, starting at 8:30h

  • Spanish.
  • English.

Plaza de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela.

Minimum of 4 people.

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All these excursions are led by qualified professionals. The trip is made in first class buses that have their driver and tour guide. Travel insurance included in the price.

We propose 6 different routes:

1 FINISTERRE AND COSTA DA MORTE.

This trip will take you to the confines of the ancient End of the World, one of the most magical and charming places in all of Galicia. We will see the lighthouse located at the tip of the cape and visit the fishing village of Fisterra. We will also stop at other highlights of the Costa da Morte, such as the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Barca in Muxía, one of the main points of the Galician tradition and closely related to Santiago de Compostela. It also includes stops at Pontemaceira, the Ézaro waterfall and the Carnota granary.

2 RÍAS BAIXAS.

Visit the south coast of Galicia with this excursion with which you can know the essential points of the Rías Baixas, such as the beach of La Lanzada, O Grove or La Toja. In addition, this excursion includes a catamaran ride through the Arousa estuary that includes mussel food and Albariño wines to make this visit a complete immersion in the culture and gastronomy of Galicia.

3 A CORUÑA AND BETANZOS.

Excursion to two very emblematic towns in the north of Galicia. On the one hand is A Coruña, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on all sides and with the Tower of Hercules as its main monument, recognized as a World Heritage Site and which will be our first contact with the city. Afterwards, we will continue the tour with the lesser-known city. Afterwards, we will continue the tour with the lesser-known city of Betanzos, which has the honor of being the capital of the ancient kingdom of Galicia. Want to know more? Well, join this journey.

4 PLAYA DE LAS CATEDRALES AND LUGO.

You can not leave Galicia without going to see the most spectacular of the beaches that we have in our more than a thousand kilometers of coast. . You can not leave Galicia without going to see the most spectacular of the beaches that we have in our more than a thousand kilometers of coast. In addition, the visit is completed with a tour in the city of Lugo, of Roman origins and with the city wall as the most recognized monument, considered a World Heritage Site.

5 ISLAS CÍES.

To the south of Galicia is this small archipelago of islands that seem to be taken from the Caribbean . Sea itself. Located just in front of Vigo, with us you can visit the beaches of fine white sand, crystal clear waters and lush vegetation. But do not worry, as soon as you put a foot in the water it will come to mind that, indeed, you are still in Galicia and that you are getting into the cold Atlantic.

6 RIBEIRA SACRA.

This idyllic place extends along the canyons of the Sil and Miño rivers that separate the provinces of Lugo and Ourense . Spectacular native Galician vegetation mixed with monasteries and churches along the valleys created by the erosion of rivers. The visit includes a catamaran ride along the river and a walk through the center of the city of Ourense.