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Everything that inspires us with its landscapes, teaches us with its history and art, delights us with its mouth-watering gastronomy... all this is Galicia.


Explore the enchanting wonders of Galicia over five unforgettable days, from the 17th to the 21st of April. Immerse yourself in a realm where passion meets art, where history whispers through ancient stone walls, and where the sea caresses golden beaches framed by lush green mountains.

Begin your journey in Santiago de Compostela, where the soaring spires of the Cathedral beckon pilgrims from afar. Wander through cobbled streets steeped in legend and marvel at the intricate beauty of Celtic and Romanesque art.

Venture to the rugged coastline, where the mystical allure of Finisterre marks the journey’s end. Discover the pristine shores of the Cíes Islands, where crystalline waters lap against soft sands, inviting moments of pure serenity.

Indulge your senses in Galicia’s gastronomic delights, from succulent seafood like “pulpo a feira” and plump mussels to savory treats like Padrón peppers and traditional empanadas. Savor the richness of local flavors, accompanied by renowned wines such as Ribeira Sacra and Albariño.

Retreat each evening to the comfort of the finest accommodations, where luxury meets warmth in Santiago de Compostela’s 4-star havens and Vigo’s inviting 3-star retreats.


Departure & Return Location

Av.Aragón 31, in front of Mestalla (Google Map)

Departure Time

Wednesday night 17/07

Price Includes

  • Private transport
  • Insurance
  • Coordinator
  • Guided tours*
  • The best hotel with breakfast
  • Professional organisation

Price Excludes

  • Food and drinks
  • Optional Activities
  • Guided tours (Optional)
  • Entrance fees at any attraction
  • What is not mentioned in included

What to bring

  • Food and drink: Bottle of water, maybe snacks for the first day. Here you can buy food and eat in restaurants
  • Comfortable clothing and footwear
  • Travel material: Backpack, comfortable clothes, camera, etc.

Day 1 Departure from Valencia

We will leave on Wednesday night 17/07. We will arrive on Thursday morning.

Day 2Vigo

Upon arrival in Vigo, we’ll enjoy breakfast before heading to Isla Cíes for a day of relaxation on Spain’s finest beaches. In the evening, we’ll check in at Hotel B&B Vigo. Feel free to explore the city or unwind at your leisure.

Day 3Pontevedra and Santiago de Compostela

Following breakfast, we’ll journey to Pontevedra, a city whose beauty defies description. After a guided tour, we’ll have the option to visit either Playa de San Xenxo or Cambarro for some seaside relaxation.

Later in the evening, we’ll return to Santiago de Compostela, arriving not too late, to experience the vibrant nightlife of the city. And don’t forget about Paris Dakar – we’ll fill you in on the details during our journey back on the bus.

Day 4 Coruña, Finisterre

After breakfast and checking out of the hotel, we’ll set off for Coruña to embark on a day of exploration. Optional visits include the iconic Hercules Tower, a testament to ancient maritime history. Then, we’ll delve into the heart of Coruña, soaking in the charm of its streets and landmarks.

As evening descends, we’ll journey to Finisterre, where the earth seemingly meets the sky in a breathtaking sunset. This awe-inspiring beauty must be witnessed firsthand to be truly appreciated. Following this unforgettable experience, we’ll make our way back to our hotel in Santiago, filled with memories of a day well spent.

Day 5Santiago de Compostela and Returning to Valencia

After breakfast, we’ll immerse ourselves in the wonders of Santiago de Compostela with the option of a guided tour to enhance our experience. Following lunch, we’ll prepare for our journey to Valencia, departing in the evening. Our travels will lead us to Valencia, where we’ll arrive early the next day.


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Our first destination is Santiago de Compostela, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This city is captivating for its stone buildings, its streets full of small shops, its enormous cathedral and its popular gastronomy, among which the Tarta de Santiago stands out. In addition to the cathedral, there are dozens of historic buildings such as the Monastery of San Paio de Antealtares, the Hostal dos Reis, the Mercado de Abastos and the Monastery of San Paio de Antealtares.


Can you imagine a sunset at what is known as the end of the world? There is nothing to describe it, so you will have to see it with your own eyes. Near Santiago we find Finisterre, a small fishing village that used to be said to be the end of the earth, since from its viewpoints you can only see the Atlantic Ocean.


With great historical monuments and a lot of history along its streets we have A Coruña, an ancient Celtic town. This city contains an interesting Romanesque ensemble such as churches and squares. It also has what is possibly the most famous lighthouse in Spain: the Tower of Hercules, still in operation.

The Church of Santiago, the Archaeological and Historical Museum, the Palace of the Captaincy General, the Museum of Fine Arts and the seafront promenade are some of the attractions of this city.

As for the gastronomy of A Coruña, fresh seafood such as scallops, spider crab and clams is a must. Broths, empanadas (pies) and lacón con grelos (pork shoulder with turnip tops) are the most popular dishes in this part of Galicia.


Discover Vigo, a city that combines innovation and tradition in the south of Galicia. In its streets we can find great architectural monuments such as the Medieval Bridge or the Pazo de San Roque.

Its coastline is also a strong attraction. One of the most popular beaches is Playa Américas, an extensive stretch of sand bathed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and awarded every year with the Blue Flag, a recognition granted by the European Union for the quality of its waters and its services such as restaurants, lifeguard posts, car parks, etc.

Vigo also offers you a sea of flavours. Here you’ll find the best seafood from the Vigo estuary, Galician empanada, churrasco steak and octopus á feira.


The Cíes Islands are part of the Galician Maritime-Terrestrial National Park of the Atlantic Islands and are located in the Vigo estuary. On these islands we find beaches catalogued as the most beautiful in the world, such as Playa das Rodas, ideal for snorkelling lovers.

There are also restaurants where you can taste traditional Galician cuisine, not forgetting the wines.


Pontevedra has one of the most outstanding old quarters in Galicia. Among its architectural elements we find the imposing Church of San Francisco, the Sanctuary of La Peregrina, the Basilica of Santa María la Mayor, or the Museum of Pontevedra.


In the heart of the Ría de Arousa (Pontevedra) is the Illa de Arousa, a small municipality located in one of the most privileged paradises of Galicia.

Declared a Natural Reserve by the European Union, the Illa de Arousa has places as interesting as the Islote Areoso, Punta Cabalo Lighthouse or the Carreirón Natural Park.  


We have carefully chosen our hotel to be comfortable and conveniently located between all the places we will visit. The rooms are triple rooms and if you want a double room, you can ask for an extra 7€/pax/night or € 70/night more for a single room.

Hotel Exe Area Central Santiago de Compostela

Cancellation policy

Cancellation policy for the trip: Up to 30 days the refund of 80% of the total amount. Up to 3 weeks (60% of the total amount). Up to 15 days 50% of the total amount. Less than 15 days before the trip, we cannot refund any money unless it is because of the government restrictions or health emergency. If you are late to the meeting point, we will not refund your money and you will lose it. The program is designed with a lot of experience and guides but there may be changes due to traffic, weather or another better alternative (we will inform you by mail and WhatsApp group). The amount of the reservation and the activities are not refundable.

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