Spain's best-kept secret

Spain's northwestern corner

Galicia is a unique region, with a distinctive culture and history. This region is home to Santiago de Compostela,  the destination of millions of people who travel along the Camino de Santiago trails. But Galicia is much more than Santiago. The wild coastline, islands, fishing ports (with amazing sea food) the deep-green valleys, medieval monasteries and age-old vineyards that we invite you to explore during this trip.


DAY 1 Transfer airport or train station 

DAY 2 Lighthouses coastal walk, Camino dos Faros

DAY 3 Finisterra, The End of The World

DAY 4 Rias Altas, maritime experiences 

DAY 5 Ribeira Sacra walking and wine 

DAY 6 Rias Baixas and the Islands 

DAY 7 Southern Galicia, A Guarda the Celtic heritage

DAY 8 Transfer airport or train station

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How does this trip benefit the destination?

This tour was designed by our local guide Pablo and team member Isabel, that hand picked the trails and the most authentic experiences for youThe accommodations and restaurants that we use are a small scale and usually family-run businesses. The itinerary includes experiences promoted by local partners, wine producers and artisans.


  • English speaking guide

  • Local accommodation or Rural Tourism

  • Breakfast and picnic lunch

  • Boat tour

  • wine tasting

  • Seafood picking workshop

  • Entrance fees


  • Landscape diversity

  • Marine-terrestrial park  National Park

  • Archeological sites 

  • Local gastronomy and wine

  • Maritime traditions 

  • Atlantic coastline

  • seaside villages

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