Excursions from Santiago de Compostela

excursions from santiago de compostela

Si tu Camino de Santiago organized Either on foot or by bike, it ends in the city of Santiago. You can take 1-day excursions from Santiago de Compostela in the surrounding area. So you have the option to enjoy the area one more day, and explore Galicia in all its splendor. Simply You must request an additional night in Santiago to be able to do any of the tours of greater interest that we propose below:

EXCURSIONS FROM SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

GUIDED VISIT TO FINISTERRE, MUXIA AND COSTA DA MORTE

Description of the visit: excursion through the Costa da Morte through the most charming fishing villages with a Celtic past; endless beaches as well as incredible panoramic views of the sea and its cliffs. Area with the best fish and seafood in the world.

Duration: 9 hours  Departure around 09.00-09.30 am

Itinerary:

Santiago de Compostela.

Pontemaceira medieval village: village whose origins date from the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries and classified as one of the most beautiful in Spain. The Gothic bridge of Pontemaceira is one of the jewels of Galicia and, together with the small waterfall of the Tambre river and its mills, will leave a mark that we will remember.

Muxia: where we will visit the Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Barca and the holy stones, where we will have privileged views of the Vilán cape and lighthouse, one of the most dangerous navigable areas on the Spanish coast and the oldest electric lighthouse in Spain.

Fisterra fishing village: You will be able to lose your gaze on the horizon of what one day was considered the end of the well-known Piera. You will have 1h 30' so that you can eat in one of its restaurants.

Finisterre Cape and Lighthouse: place of pre-Christian cults linked to the "Ara Solis". It was the first lighthouse on the Costa da Morte and, if we are lucky and the weather allows it, we will be able to appreciate the mouth of the Ría de Muros y Noia and the endless Playa de Carnota.

Ezaro Waterfall (the only one on the European continent that flows into the sea) – we will walk along a wooden walkway that through multiple viewpoints will take us to this natural spectacle.

Hórreo de Carnota from the XNUMXth century: It is the third largest in Galicia and the fifth in Spain.

Villa de Muros (it does not belong to the costa da morte but it deserves to be visited): with a small historic center built like a fish bone (typical of Galician fishing villages). There will be free time to walk through the narrow streets of what is considered one of the most beautiful towns in Spain.

Santiago de Compostela.

Included services: Coach or minivan and official guide in Spanish and English.

Services not included: lunch. A stop will be made in Fisterra with a great choice of restaurants.

Price: 50 €/person.

This excursion is perfect to enjoy the Costa da Morte in one day after finishing your Camino in Santiago; If you have more days you can always continue on foot to "The End of the World": Camino de Santiago to finisterre.

group excursions near Santiago de Compostela

GUIDED VISIT TO RIAS BAIXAS AND THE REGION OR SALNES

Description of the visit: Excursion through the Baixas estuaries, its customs, people, its marine spaces and its wines with designation of origin.

Duration: Departure at 9 am and return 18.30-19 pm.

Itinerary: The excursion goes around the Salnés peninsula, between the Rías Baixas de Arousa and Pontevedra and large and small islands: Ons, in the Pontevedra estuary, and Arousa, Sálvora, Cortegada and A Toxa, in the Arousa estuary.

Included services: Bus or minivan, Official guide; as well as a catamaran tour of the estuary (tasting of mussels and albariño during the tour)

Services not included: lunch.

Price: Consult us

* Note: If after performing the Camino de Santiago organized from Sarria You want to do any of these excursions, but you don't like going out in a group, you can ask us for a private excursion for you or your group of friends; or we advise you on other means to visit the area on your own.

 

GUIDED TOUR SUNSET IN FISTERRA

GUIDED TOUR TO RIBEIRA SACRA

GUIDED TOUR TO LAS CATEDRALES BEACH

These excursions from Santiago de Compostela are the best known and most interesting in the area, however if you want to visit the Ribera Sacra or another area we can organize it for you without any problem.

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