Leave San Sebastián and explore the Way of St James (Camino de Santiago), a medieval Christian pilgrimage route that overlooks the breathtaking Basque Coast. Known for its poetic views, the trail hugs the side of Ulia Mountain – an area of unspoiled natural beauty – and the tour includes a leisurely paced hike along its most scenic stretch. Enjoy a boat ride around Pasaia San Pedro, relax in a terrace bar near Santiago Square with Basque tapas and local wine, and finally explore Pasaia village.
• 5 hours
Cross the border into Spain and retrace part of St James Way – a sacred route followed by centuries of pilgrims – on a visit to Santiago de Compostela from Porto. On this memorable day trip, explore Compostela's famous cathedral and the city's UNESCO World-Heritage-listed Old Town. Back in Portugal, pay a visit to the town of Viana do Castelo during the return ride to Porto.
• 11 hours
Santiago de Compostela, is one of the most magical cities in Galicia, Spain. Santiago concentrates in itself, culture, religion, people, academic life and tourism. And, because of its beauty, the city won the title of World Heritage. Its famous pilgrimage way, known as the “Caminho de Santiago” (St. James way) won also the title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO.Visit this amazing City, exploring the one of the most important pilgrim sites in Europe. On the return, stop and visit also Valença do Minho which has an amazing fortress in Vauben style. Discover these two beautiful cities of southern Europe on a full-day sightseeing tour from Porto.
• 10 hours
Enjoy a day full of gorgeous vineyard landscapes, French culture and wine tasting on a day trip from Paris to Burgundy. This intimate small-group tour by mini-coach introduces you to the history, culture and beauty of France’s stunning Burgundy wine region, with visits to Château de Bazoches and UNESCO World Heritage-listed Basilique St-Marie-Madeleine in Vézelay, followed by wine tasting in the charming town of Chablis.Numbers are limited to 18 people on this small-group tour, ensuring a more personalized experience.
• 12 hours
Walk the remaining 13 km between Muxia and Finisterre, along the new Faro a Faro route (lighthouse to lighthouse) on the Costa da Morte. See the beautiful white beaches, sharp cliffs. Feel the wind and the salty air as you arrive at the lighthouse of Finisterre, at the End of the World.
• 8 hours
Enjoy Madrid from an unique perspective as you embark on a Guided Segway Ninebot Tour. This is an unique and fun way to admire some of the top sights of the city, including the " Madrid de Los Austias ". Explore the streets and monuments of the old part of town. For your own comfort and safety, we limit the tours to 10 people.
• 1 hour
Enjoy a relaxing full-day private tour of northern Portugal’s Ribeira Sacra region, departing from Santiago De Compostela. This leisurely tour focuses on delicious Portuguese wines from the Sil Canyons, and includes a visit and lunch at one of the most well known bodegas, Adega Algueira. With the help of your local guide, you'll soak up the scenery and embark on a catamaran cruise in a lush canyon, as well as a walk in the vineyards. At your request, you may add visits to historical monasteries and additional wineries.
• 9 hours
Santiago de Compostela (in Galicia, Spain) is famous as the final destination of one of the world’s most important Christian pilgrimage routes.Visit the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and the Old Town, a World Heritage Site since 1985.In return, visit the charming town of Viana do Castelo, in Minho province, and the views from the Hill of Santa Luzia.
• 9 hours
Visit one of the most important pilgrimage sites of the world.
• 10 hours
One of the most important pilgrimage sites of the world.
• 10 hours