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Galicia looks out over the Atlantic Ocean and the Bay of Biscay with over two thousand years of history behind it. To explore these mountainous lands in the north-west of Spain means a chance to live the adventure of a lifetime, full of tradition, lush landscapes and unique cities. In Galicia, the frontiers between sea and land cancel each other out. Both blend together along the 1,300 kilometres of coastline, 772 beaches, five large rias (long sea lakes that stretch inland) and over 1000 rivers where, tradition has it, the right hand of God created its dramatically shaped coastline. Local history offers every visitor its enigmatic castros (Celtic dwellings) with their peculiar citadels; and in them, perhaps, discover the Celts, ancient occupants of an evocative granite world (the castros at Baroña -Porto do Son-, Viladonga -Castro do Rei- or Santa Tegra -A Guarda- are the best-preserved). The traveller can also see Gallaecia, the Roman Galicia. And then there is the majestic ancient UNESCO city of Santiago de Compostela, one of the most religious cities in the world famous for its pilgrimage routes. Galicia the land of the fiesta a tribute to its gastronomy.
Capital: Santiago de Compostela
Population: 2.719 million (2016)
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Here are the top 10 recommended tours of Spain & Portugal selected by our tour specialist in all the destination we offer tours within these countries. After many years of exploring and experiencing the "Best of the Best" we would like to share our knowledge with you to make your next trip an unforgettable journey!
On this trip, you will see the contrasts of the blue Atlantic coast and green river valleys of Galicia´s wine country. Walking coastal trails, vineyard and riverside paths, even crossing a bridge into Northern Portugal´s Vinho Verde wine region. The gastronomy changes quite drastically from the coast to inland Galicia.
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Our foodie tour leaves from Vigo where you will enjoy a boat ride on the bay of Vigo then savor the secrets of the sea by preparing seafood dishes with a Galician Chef in a coastal village...
A deluxe sailing tour starting in Vigo, the most important fishing port in Europe, with a beautiful bay holding secrets of sunken treasures & historic battles. Blessed with fresh seafood, islands
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Enjoy a spectacular boat ride across the Bay of Vigo to Cangas, a coastal walking tour, and devour the tapas with local wine — a perfect day on the Galician coast. Leave Vigo behind by ferry and head across the estuary to the small fishing village of Cangas for a gastronomic, trekking adventure.
Our small group food, wine and walking journey starts in the urban coastal city of Vigo, Europe´s largest fishing port and second in the world behind Tokyo. The first few days we explore the Rias Baixas, taking a boat ride to a fishing village for a walk around the market to learn about the different varieties of fish and seafood caught locally in the bay. Then a hands-on Galician Coastal Cooking class with a chef...
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On this trip, you will explore the green river valleys of Galicia´s wine country. Walking vineyard and riverside paths, even crossing a bridge into Northern Portugal Vinho Verde wine region. The landscape is not the only contrast, the gastronomy changes quite drastically from the coast to inland Galicia.
The tour offers a chance for food and wine lovers to try the best tapas in Vigo, Galicia. What better way to start but to see the fresh products in the food market itself then work up a nice appetite walking on a tapas circuit...
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Walk the Camino de Santiago! This version of our Camino de Santiago is designed for independent travelers who would like to walk the last 100kms/62 mi of the Pilgrimage trail with baggage transfer from accommodation to accommodation...
El Camino de Ribeiro way is part of a longer and ancient pilgrimage route which has only recently been resurrected between Braga and Santiago de Compostela.
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Follow the route of the remains of the Apostle St. James. Three days of sailing along the Galician coast and up the bay of Arousa, an hour ride up the Ulla river in a motor-boat and then walking the last part to Santiago de Compostela...
Here are the top 10 recommended hotels of Spain & Portugal selected by our tour specialist in all the destination we offer hotels within these countries. After many years of exploring and experiencing the "Best of the Best" we would like to share our knowledge with you to make your next trip an unforgettable journey!
Inspiring, Avant-garde, Sophisticated. Grand Boutique and Spa Nagari Hotel 5* has been designed combining style and comfort with all the services that every five star hotel requires. Opened in 2010, Gran Nagari Hotel devotes much of its facilities to use and enjoy the Spa and other amenities designed to the welfare and revitalization of all guests.
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Within the walled enclosure of Monte Real protected by the sea and flanked by a pine wood, this Parador rises up in a priviledge location. Regal drawing rooms with decorative features from other ages form a distinguished interior in which the spectacular stone staircase of the entrance hall stands out.
One of the best spots to stay in Santiago just a short walk to the Cathedral and easily accessible. The hotel is housed in the Convent of San Francisco, which dates back to the year 1214, and located in Santiago de Compostela’s historic city centre, only 150 metres from the Cathedral.
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A Quinta da Auga is a boutique hotel, with a Spa and restaurant to discover the luxury and the gastronomy of Santiago de Compostela, Galicia. The only Relais & Châteaux Spa-Hotel in Galicia. A charming hotel option when staying in Santiago.
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