A complete tour of Santiago Cathedral. No queues, no waiting.
With an expert guide we will discover the secrets of its recently restored interior; as well as its Museum, the Cloister, the exterior facades and the surrounding squares.
Please note this tour is only available in Spanish.
Vigo´s location sees it expanding around the Ria de Vigo (bay of Vigo)and initially the most noticeable features of this location are, the motorway (on which you travel) as it arcs its way around, and often aabove the city, and the massive port side developments.
The Portico de la Gloria is undoubtedly the essential piece of the Cathedral of Santiago, do not miss it and take the opportunity to know other areas of this unique monument.
Located on the banks of the river Lerez, this beautiful medieval town has one of the best preserve historical collections of Galicia. The city is a great unknown that hides treasures around every corner.
Discover Santiago de Compostela, World's Heritage Site by UNESCO, on a private tour with one of our official tour guides. You will go through the most emblematic streets of the old town, such as Franco or Vilar, as well as the squares of the Cathedral: Obradoiro, Inmaculada, Quintana and Platerías.
The urban transformation that the city of Compostela has experienced in recent years has left us works of architects such as Siza, Hedjuk, Kleyhuss, Eisenman, Gallego Jorreto, López Cotelo, García Abril, Portela and others.
Ourense, on the banks of the Miño River, is the capital of the only Galician province with no maritime coastline. In the past, the place attracted the Romans for the abundance of gold and the numerous hot springs. The best known are The Burgas, in the city center, in which water flows at a temperature of 60-67 ºC. You will also be amazed by its stunning heritage and monuments.
Stone-paved streets, small squares with porticos and balconies, beaches open to the Atlantic Ocean, a great wealth of ancient monuments, tales, legends and seafaring tradition...
You will discover all this in a tour along the rías of Pontevedra and Arousa, passing by Pontevedra, Combarro, A Lanzada Beach and Cambados.
Compostela from above. An amazing and unique perspective of the Cathedral and the city.
From 24€ per person. Check prices and availability.
The Ribeira Sacra, Galicia, between the south of the province of Lugo and the north of the province of Ourense, is a fairytale landscape, crossed by the rivers Miño and Sil on whose shores we will discover the terraces of vineyards where different varieties of grape are cultivated to produce some of the best Galician wines. A humanized landscape, with a unique use of the land that transforms slopes of up to 70% in a succession of small terraces. The enologic resource together with the abundance of heritage, especially Romanesque churches and monasteries, as well as a spectacular landscape, justify the candidacy of the area for World Heritage Site.
A genuine journey to the highest cliffs in Continental Europe. A place where time seems to stop, with overwhelming landscape that will not leave you indifferent. Feel the vertigo at these spectacular cliffs over 600 metres high, plunging down to the sea, offering panoramic views to enjoy from its viewpoints: Cedeira, San Andrés de Teixido, Vixía Herbeira, Cariño and Cape Ortegal and its Lighthouse.
Price per group (Max. 10 people). Entrances not included.
Feel the footprints of the Romans under your feet walking along Lugo's Wall, the best preserved of the Peninsula and a World Heritage Site. A city founded in the year 14 B.C. by Paulus Fabius Maximus that became the seat of a conventus and a very important town during the Roman period.
In the morning we'll take a boat and do a tour in those areas of Rías Baixas where we can see and understand how seafood and fish grow and is caught in this very productive coast; then time for lunch and in the afternoon we'll visit a typical galician manor house and do an scenic driving along some of the most picturesque sites of Rías Baixas