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Rioja wine & food experience

San Sebastián
Rioja wine & food experience

Logroño
Rioja wine & food experience


Madrid
Wine & food experience

Porto
Wine & food experience

Seville
Wine, food, history and nature experience


Santiago
Wine, food, history and nature experience


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Fisterra Epilogue
Santiago de Compostela to Muxia

St James Way By Bike
Ponferrada to Santiago de Compostela

Portuguesse Way
From Tui



Portuguesse Way Guided Tour
From Tui

Coastal Portuguese Way
From Baiona.

Original Way
From Lugo



French Way
Complete Tour

Frech Way
From Sarria.

French Way Guided Tour
From Sarria



French Way By Bike
From Leon


RIOJA WINE & FOOD EXPERIENCE
From Bilbao


Day 1. BILBAO - LOGROÑO: Introductory Evening (Sunday)

Meet your local wine expert guide at your hotel lobby in Bilbao, or at Bilbao international airport (at your choice) and be taken to Logroño, the capital city of the Rioja area.

After check in your hotel In Logroño, and resting a little, meet your wine expert local guide in the hotel lobby to star your gastronomic experience in La Rioja.

And what a better start in Rioja than with the perfect pairing! Of course, the wine of La Rioja never comes alone. Wherever you find good wine, you will find good food. La Rioja is a prime example of this.

We will go to the historic quarter and enjoy the lively par excellence dining Pintxo* Bars of the Riojan capital with the wine educator, introducing us to the virtues of pairing Rioja and other Spanish wine styles with food. As a “master of wine”, the wine educator will have a fine palate and will readily distinguish one wine from another and how we can determine the appropriateness of matching food with apt wine styles.

Accommodation.

*Pintxos are North Spain’s equivalent of Tapas, often presented on a wooden skewer.

Day 2. RIOJA ALTA (Monday)

Breakfast. Early in the morning be picked up in your hotel lobby by your local expert, that today will take you into the amazing area of Rioja Alta.

There we will visit one of the most historical wineries in Rioja, and you will realize how they have evolved architecturally, artistically and, of course, in their winemaking, learning the history of winemaking and wine traditions to become the modern winemakers we see today; finally, we will taste some of the most classic Rioja wines.

Get charmed by one of the most delightful wineries of Rioja Alta, located within the walled enclosure of a 14th century castle, inside its fortifications we will be able to see the vineyards and taste their high quality wines.

After this, we will have lunch in a 17th century cellar, completely refurnished and transformed into a restaurant. We will enjoy one of the most delicious dishes in Rioja: roasted pig in a wood fired oven.

To complete the day, you will have the opportunity of personally speaking to the owner of a Family Winery, who after the experience his family acquired as winegrowers, decided to build this winery in order to produce and sell high quality wines.

In the afternoon, return to your hotel in Logroño.

Accommodations.

Day 3. RIOJA ALAVESA (Tuesday)

Breakfast. To start your third day of this unique gastronomic experience, be picked up by your local expert in the hotel lobby, to start your discovery journey into the Rioja Alavesa area, situated between the Ebro River and the Cantabria Mountains, giving this region a privileged microclimate for vine cultivation. The most amazing thing is the mix between the traditional production processes with new technologies; you will be able to sample everything in a “Terroir” Winery that incorporates all the personality of the best vine plots in the prestigious Rioja Alavesa area to their excellent quality wines, where finally we will have a delightful picnic lunch in the winery where we will enjoy typical Spanish dishes, while we taste their better wines; just relax and enjoy nature surrounded by vineyards.

After this, we will visit an Avant-Garde Winery, a building that combines functionality and aesthetics, designed by the world's most prestigious architects where wine is the true protagonist, it is a must-see!

In the afternoon, be taken back to Logroño.

Accommodations

Day 4: LOGROÑO (Wednesday):

Breakfast.

Today we will stay in the city to visit one of the great ancient wine cellars in the Rioja capital. It is home to some of the legendary names of the wines of Rioja and of Spain, you will walk through the nooks and crannies of the centennial cellar, finishing with a tasting of the most emblematic wines of the wine cellar.

Afterwards we will enjoy a traditional Riojan lunch.

In the afternoon, be transferred back to Bilbao.

End of our services

Departures


Sundays from March to October

Hotels


Logroño
Los Bracos by Silken, 4*

Logroño
Hotel Carlton Rioja, 4*

Bilbao
Mercure Jardines de Albia, 4*

Or similar

Inclusions


3 hotel nights in BB basis

English speaking local wine expert guide during the whole tour

Private transportation

Introducing pairing dinner with wine educator

Visits to 5 different wineries, with wine tasting in each one of them

Rioja Traditional lunch in Logroño

Lunch in a 17th century cellar

Picnic lunch in a winery

AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION


Prices Per Person


Double Room Single Sup.
Low season (March, April, June & July) 1.775,00 € 165,00 €
High season (May, Aug, Sept & Oct) 1.800,00 € 190,00 €
Events (12 Apr, 31 May, 11 Oct & 1 Nov) 1.845,00 € 235,00 €
San Mateo (20 Sept) 1.945,00 € 335,00 €
Additional night in Bilbao* 120,00 € 110,00 €
* Rate subject to availability

RIOJA WINE & FOOD EXPERIENCE
From San Sebastián


Day 1. SAN SEBASTIAN - LOGROÑO: Introductory evening (Sunday)

Meet your local wine expert guide at your hotel lobby in San Sebastian, and be taken to Logroño, the capital city of the Rioja area.

After check in your hotel In Logroño, and resting a little, meet your wine expert local guide in the hotel lobby to star your gastronomic experience in La Rioja.

And what a better start in Rioja than with the perfect pairing! Of course, the wine of La Rioja never comes alone. Wherever you find good wine, you will find good food. La Rioja is a prime example of this.

We will go to the historic quarter and enjoy the lively par excellence dining Pintxo* Bars of the Riojan capital with the wine educator, introducing us to the virtues of pairing Rioja and other Spanish wine styles with food. As a “master of wine”, the wine educator will have a fine palate and will readily distinguish one wine from another and how we can determine the appropriateness of matching food with apt wine styles.

Accommodation.

*Pintxos are North Spain’s equivalent of Tapas, often presented on a wooden skewer.

Day 2. RIOJA ALTA (Monday)

Breakfast.

Early in the morning be picked up in your hotel lobby by your local expert, that today will take you into the amazing area of Rioja Alta.

There we will visit one of the most historical wineries in Rioja, and you will realize how they have evolved architecturally, artistically and, of course, in their winemaking, learning the history of winemaking and wine traditions to become the modern winemakers we see today; finally, we will taste some of the most classic Rioja wines.

Get charmed by one of the most delightful wineries of Rioja Alta, located within the walled enclosure of a 14th century castle, inside its fortifications we will be able to see the vineyards and taste their high quality wines.

After this, we will have lunch in a 17th century cellar, completely refurnished and transformed into a restaurant. We will enjoy one of the most delicious dishes in Rioja: roasted pig in a wood fired oven.

To complete the day, you will have the opportunity of personally speaking to the owner of a Family Winery, who after the experience his family acquired as winegrowers, decided to build this winery in order to produce and sell high quality wines.

In the afternoon, return to your hotel in Logroño.

Accommodations.

Day 3. RIOJA ALAVESA (Tuesday)

Breakfast.

To start your third day of this unique gastronomic experience, be picked up by your local expert in the hotel lobby, to start your discovery journey into the Rioja Alavesa area, situated between the Ebro River and the Cantabria Mountains, giving this region a privileged microclimate for vine cultivation. The most amazing thing is the mix between the traditional production processes with new technologies; you will be able to sample everything in a “Terroir” Winery that incorporates all the personality of the best vine plots in the prestigious Rioja Alavesa area to their excellent quality wines, where finally we will have a delightful picnic lunch in the winery where we will enjoy typical Spanish dishes, while we taste their better wines; just relax and enjoy nature surrounded by vineyards.

After this, we will visit an Avant-Garde Winery, a building that combines functionality and aesthetics, designed by the world's most prestigious architects where wine is the true protagonist, it is a must-see!

In the afternoon, be taken back to Logroño.

Accommodations

Day 4: LOGROÑO (Wednesday):

Breakfast.

Today we will stay in the city to visit one of the great ancient wine cellars in the Rioja capital. It is home to some of the legendary names of the wines of Rioja and of Spain, you will walk through the nooks and crannies of the centennial cellar, finishing with a tasting of the most emblematic wines of the wine cellar.

Afterwards we will enjoy a traditional Riojan lunch.

In the afternoon, be transferred back to San Sebastian.

End of our services

Departures


Sundays from March to October

Hotels


Logroño
Los Bracos by Silken, 4*

Logroño
Hotel Carlton Rioja, 4*

San Sebastian
Silken Amara PLaza, 4*

Or similar

Inclusions


3 hotel nights in BB basis

English speaking local wine expert guide during the whole tour

Private transportation

Introducing pairing dinner with wine educator

Visits to 5 different wineries, with wine tasting in each one of them

Rioja Traditional lunch in Logroño

Lunch in a 17th century cellar

Picnic lunch in a winery

AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION


Prices Per Person


Double Room Single Sup.
Low season (March, April, June & July) 1.885,00 € 165,00 €
High season (May, Aug, Sept & Oct) 1.905,00 € 190,00 €
Events (12 Apr, 31 May, 11 Oct & 1 Nov) 1.950,00 € 235,00 €
San Mateo (20 Sept) 2.050,00 € 335,00 €
Additional night in San Sebastian * 130,00 € 130,00 €
* Rate subject to availability

RIOJA WINE & FOOD EXPERIENCE
From Logroño


Day 1. LOGROÑO (Sunday): Introductory Evening

Arrival in your hotel in Logroño. After check In, and resting a little, meet your wine expert local guide in the hotel lobby to star your gastronomic experience in La Rioja.

And what a better start in Rioja than with the perfect pairing! Of course, the wine of La Rioja never comes alone. Wherever you find good wine, you will find good food. La Rioja is a prime example of this.

We will go to the historic quarter and enjoy the lively par excellence dining Pintxo* Bars of the Riojan capital with the wine educator, introducing us to the virtues of pairing Rioja and other Spanish wine styles with food. As a “master of wine”, the wine educator will have a fine palate and will readily distinguish one wine from another and how we can determine the appropriateness of matching food with apt wine styles.

Accommodation.

*Pintxos are North Spain’s equivalent of Tapas, often presented on a wooden skewer.

Day 2. RIOJA ALTA (Monday)

Breakfast.

Early in the morning be picked up in your hotel lobby by your local expert, that today will take you into the amazing area of Rioja Alta.

There we will visit one of the most historical wineries in Rioja, and you will realize how they have evolved architecturally, artistically and, of course, in their winemaking, learning the history of winemaking and wine traditions to become the modern winemakers we see today; finally, we will taste some of the most classic Rioja wines.

Get charmed by one of the most delightful wineries of Rioja Alta, located within the walled enclosure of a 14th century castle, inside its fortifications we will be able to see the vineyards and taste their high quality wines.

After this, we will have lunch in a 17th century cellar, completely refurnished and transformed into a restaurant. We will enjoy one of the most delicious dishes in Rioja: roasted pig in a wood fired oven.

To complete the day, you will have the opportunity of personally speaking to the owner of a Family Winery, who after the experience his family acquired as winegrowers, decided to build this winery in order to produce and sell high quality wines.

In the afternoon, return to your hotel in Logroño.

Accommodations.

Day 3. RIOJA ALAVESA (Tuesday)

Breakfast.

To start your third day of this unique gastronomic experience, be picked up by your local expert in the hotel lobby, to start your discovery journey into the Rioja Alavesa area, situated between the Ebro River and the Cantabria Mountains, giving this region a privileged microclimate for vine cultivation. The most amazing thing is the mix between the traditional production processes with new technologies; you will be able to sample everything in a “Terroir” Winery that incorporates all the personality of the best vine plots in the prestigious Rioja Alavesa area to their excellent quality wines, where finally we will have a delightful picnic lunch in the winery where we will enjoy typical Spanish dishes, while we taste their better wines; just relax and enjoy nature surrounded by vineyards.

After this, we will visit an Avant-Garde Winery, a building that combines functionality and aesthetics, designed by the world's most prestigious architects where wine is the true protagonist, it is a must-see!

In the afternoon, be taken back to Logroño.

Accommodations

Day 4: LOGROÑO (Wednesday):

Breakfast.

Today we will stay in the city to visit one of the great ancient wine cellars in the Rioja capital. It is home to some of the legendary names of the wines of Rioja and of Spain, you will walk through the nooks and crannies of the centennial cellar, finishing with a tasting of the most emblematic wines of the wine cellar.

Afterwards we will enjoy a traditional Riojan lunch.

End of our services

Departures


Sundays from March to October

Hotels


Logroño
Hotel Carlton Rioja, 4*

Logroño
Los Bracos by Silken, 4*

Or similar

Inclusions


3 hotel nights in BB basis

English speaking local wine expert guide during the whole tour

Private transportation

Introducing pairing dinner with wine educator

Visits to 5 different wineries, with wine tasting in each one of them

Rioja Traditional lunch in Logroño

Lunch in a 17th century cellar

Picnic lunch in a winery


Prices Per Person


Double Room Single Sup.
Low season (March, April, June & July) 1.495,00 € 165,00 €
High season (May, Aug, Sept & Oct) 1.520,00 € 190,00 €
Events (12 Apr, 31 May, 11 Oct & 1 Nov) 1.565,00 € 235,00 €
San Mateo (20 Sept) 1.660,00 € 335,00 €
* Rate subject to availability

MADRID WINE & FOOD EXPERIENCE


Day 1. MADRID (Sunday): Introductory Evening

Arrival in Madrid international airport, transfer to your hotel. After check-in at your hotel, and resting a little, meet our assistant in the hotel lobby to start your gastronomic experience in Madrid

And what a better start in Madrid than with the perfect pairing! Receive a wine pairing masterclass given by an expert sommelier, while you enjoy a unique high cuisine menu, in an exclusive restaurant of the capital.

Accommodation.

Day 3. RIBERA DEL DUERO - SEGOVIA (Tuesday)

Breakfast. To start your second day of this unique gastronomic experience, be picked up by your local expert in the hotel lobby, to start your discovery journey into the Ribera del Duero area, located by the side of the Duero river, very well know for providing the best conditions for the wine growth. This is one of the most important winery areas in Europe, and the second most important in the country, after La Rioja

We will start this discovery journey in an avant-garde winery, where the latest discoveries in wine-growing will be disclosed for you by a local professional, while you taste some of their best products.

Afterward, we will depart to one of the hidden gems in Ribera del Duero, located at one of the highest peaks of the region with some of the oldest vineyards in the area. We will visit the vineyards and the winery, tasting the wines and enjoying a fantastic local lunch (the cook is a wonderful 65 years old lady who knows local gastronomy like nobody else). This will take us about 3 hours.

After this unique experience, we will head to the capital of the region, Aranda de Duero, to visit our last winery of the day: one of the oldest wineries in Spain with a "calado" structure (the original structure of wineries in Ribera). Explanation of its historical value and tasting. Approx duration: 1 hour.

Once we finish here, we will be ready to start ou return to Madrid; but first, we will do a compulsory stop, in the city of Segovia, World Heritage, and known for its Roman aqueduct, and its impressive Cathedral and Alcazar, one of the palaces that inspired the castle of Walt Disney.

After a walking tour at sunset, finding the Roman aqueduct at its best, we will make a gastronomic tapas route through the city, where you will try the delights of the Castillian cuisine.

Finally, we will return to Madrid.

Arrival and accommodations.

Day 3. MADRID (Tuesday)

Breakfast. Today you will discover the gastronomic delights of the Spanish cuisine: meet our local guide at the hotel lobby, who will take you into an immersing experience into our gastronomy. First, we will visit a traditional "abastos" market in Madrid. This visit includes a historical explanation of Madrid's gastronomy, the importance of the city as a gastronomic spot and the tasting of different products (ibérico ham, manchego cheese, etc.). After this activity, join us in a private tasting of Spanish wines. These wines are carefully selected by professional sommeliers, who will explain what Spanish wine is and its diversity, which is currently at its best. Once the tasting is over, we will enjoy a tapas route through some of the best traditional places (informal "tascas"& restaurants). This route includes the visit to 5 different places in the city center and the idea is to show a wider perspective of the food & beverage offer in Madrid.

Approx. total duration: 6 hours.

Evening at leisure.

Day 4: MADRID (Wednesday)

Breakfast. At the appointed time, be trasnferred to the airport to take the flight back home.

In case you have not had enough, we invite you to try our food and wine experience in La Rioja, one of the most important wine regions in Europe. End of our services.

Departures


2020
March18152229
April5121926
May310172431
June7142128
July5121926
August29162330
September6132027
October4111825
November18152229
December6132027
2021
January310172431
February7142128
March71421

Hotels


Madrid
Vincci Soho, 4*

Madrid
Vincci Soma, 4*

Or similar

Inclusions


Round trip private airport transfer.

3 hotel nights in a 4 star superior hotel in BB basis.

English speaking local expert guide during the whole tour.

Private transportation.

Introducing pairing dinner with wine educator.

Visits to 3 different wineries in Ribera del Duero, with wine tasting in each one of them.

Traditional lunch in one winery in Ribera del Duero.

Walking tour in Segovia.

Tapas tour-dinner in Segovia.

Tapas lunch in a 5 different places in Madrid.

Visit to a local market, and masterclass about the local products.

Private wine tasting on day 3, in Madrid.

All tours and visits mentioned in the itinerary.

AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION


Prices Per Person


Double Room Single Sup.
Low season 1.195,00 € 485,00 €
High season 1.295,00 € 710,00 €
Events 1.585,00 € 965,00 €
* Rate subject to availability

PORTO WINE & FOOD EXPERIENCE


Day 1. PORTO (Sunday): Introductory Evening

Arrival in Porto international airport, transfer to your hotel.

After check-in at your hotel, and resting a little, meet your local guide to enjoy a pleasant walk at night, followed by tasting of Port Wine and a Fado live show, with dinner included. Let yourself be captivated by the music that was recognized as "The Heart of the National Culture", being therefore chosen Intangible Heritage of UNESCO.

Accommodation.

Day 2. PORTO - DOURO RIVER (Monday)

Breakfast.

Today you will discover the gastronomic delights of the North of Portugal: a day to discover the history of the Douro Valley and the Porto wine. Our first stop is in Amarante, to explore unique sites and monuments, such as the Convent and the Church of São Gonçalo, and it´s impressive bridge. The trip continues to Régua, stopping at Mesão Frio to admire the magnificent view over the Douro River. Régua is home to the Casa do Douro, with its beautiful stained glass windows that tell the story of how wine barrels were transported in the traditional “Rabelo” boats by the Duero River. Upon arrival in Pinhão, we will visit the famous train station, built in 1879, and the Duero Museum, where you will learn the history of the Porto wine. Pinhão, with rivers, valleys, vineyards and houses that climb the slopes of its mountains, is one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. After enjoying a walk along the river bank and admire the tiles of the train station we will go to a farm (Quinta de Vino de Oporto ) for a Porto wine tasting, and a traditional lunch.

Return to Porto.

Approx. duration: 8 hrs.

Accommodations.

Day 3. PORTO (Tuesday)

Breakfast.


At the indicated time, be transferred to the airport to take the flight back home, or to Santiago de Compostela, or Lisbon, Madrid, Rioja, Seville, etc. to continue with any of our food and wine experiences.

Departures


2020
March18152229
April5121926
May310172431
June7142128
July5121926
August29162330
September6132027
October4111825
November18152229
December6132027
2021
January310172431
February7142128
March71421

Hotels


Porto
Eurostars Heroismo, 4*

Porto
Eurostars Porto Duoro, 4*

Or similar

Inclusions


Round trip private airport transfer.

2 hotel nights in BB basis.

English speaking local expert guide.

Private transportation.

Introducing walking tour and dinner with Fado show.

Visits to the Douro Valley.

Traditional lunch in Douro Valley.

Wine tasting in the Douro Valley.

All tours and visits mentioned in the itinerary.

AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION


Prices Per Person


Double Room Single Sup.
Low season 570,00 € 170,00 €
High season 620,00 € 220,00 €
Events 675,00 € 255,00 €
* Rate subject to availability

SEVILLE FOOD, WINE, HISTORY & NATURE EXPERIENCE


Day 1. SEVILLE (Wednesday):

Arrival in Seville international airport or train station and transfer to your hotel.

Accommodation in Seville.

Day 2. SEVILLE (Thursday):

Tapas & Flamenco Experience

Breakfast. Our day will begin with a route on foot or by bicycle through Seville to tour the Historical city center. We will cross the bridge to get to know the neighborhood of “Triana”, then we will return to the city center shore to enjoy the views offered by the Guadalquivir as it passes through the city and know the monuments that are located along the river: “Maestranza”, “Torre del Oro” and the Seville of the 1929 Expo: the “Plaza de España” and the María Luisa Park.

Our walk will continue with a tapas tour in some of the most characteristic taverns of the city.

After this walk and once we have quenched our appetite we will continue with a guided tour of both main monuments of the city (Cathedral and Alcazar) where we will also have time to enter the famous “Giralda”. Then we will enter the Santa Cruz neighborhood, to end the afternoon in a small Flamenco venue (“tablao”), where we will end our first day in the city.

Accommodation in Seville.

Day 3. SEVILLE – THE WHITE VILLAGES – RONDA (Friday):

Wine, Food and Olive Oil Experience

On our third day we will know the landscapes and mountains of the mountain ranges from Cádiz to Málaga.

After checking out in the hotel in Seville we will head south on our minivan. After crossing the countryside dotted with sunflowers and wheat, we will reach the “Grazalema” mountain range on the famous route of The White Villages. The first stop will be Zahara de la Sierra where after walking through its streets we will visit a traditional oil mill. There we will taste wine and oil from the area, after knowing all the secrets of its functioning.

After the visit we will cross again the “Grazalema” mountain range, the wettest area of ​​Spain with a unique forest loaded with “pinsapos”, a local species of spruce. We will eat in the White Village and taste the “Payoyo” cheese, typical in the region. After lunch we will go to Ronda to tour during the afternoon this picturesque city together with our guide in the afternoon light.

Return to Seville and accommodation.

Day 4. SEVILLE - ITALICA – CARMONA -CORDOBA – SEVILLE (Saturday)

Historical Experience

Breakfast. On our fourth day, we will get to deeply know the ancient history of Andalusia through a tour to learn about the legacy of various civilizations. After leaving the hotel in Seville we will go by minivan to the ancient Roman city of Italica, where we will see one of the largest amphitheaters in the Roman world and thus begin our journey through the history of Andalusia.

After this brief stop, we will take the old Via Augusta to head towards Carmona, known as the “Lucero” of Europe. A beautiful village and one of the oldest on the peninsula, located on the top of a hill. We will take a short walk through its whitewashed streets dotted with churches, convents and the two Alcazares, while we enjoy the beautiful views of the Guadalquivir valley.

Our route will continue to arrive in Córdoba in less than an hour. After crossing the Roman Bridge that took us to the old capital of the Roman “Betica” region we immerse ourselves in the old Jewish quarter where we will take the opportunity to eat in a traditional restaurant. After lunch and tour the streets of the old Jewish quarter we will visit the Mosque with a local guide to know this monument symbol of the three cultures. In the afternoon we will return to Seville.

Accommodations in Seville.

Day 5. SEVILLE(Sunday):

Breakfast and end of our services.

Optional Nature Experience: Seville – Doñana National Park – El Rocio – Fighting bulls – Seville

Complete your experience with a dive into the nature, in an excursion where you can visit the most unique landscapes of southern Andalusia: the marshlands of the Guadalquivir river and the Doñana Natural Space biosphere reserve to discover this area of ​​great natural, historical and ethnographic value. You will also know a Bullfighting livestock farm.

The itinerary starts half an hour before dawn from April to November and about 9:30 in the morning the rest of the year.

During the summer our destination will be the northern area of ​​the Doñana National Park: after having breakfast at the gates of the park we will ride on our 4x4 cars to tour the area where the famous Iberian lynx lives with a large number of mammals that will surprise us in this little Safari. Our destination will be the unique town of “El Rocío”, where we will see the hermitage of the Lady, and the marshlands where birds and wild horses live. Our route will continue to the beach where we will see the moving dunes and we will have the possibility of taking a bath in the sea. After eating on the beach we will return to Seville.

On our way back we will make a visit to a bull ranch where we will know the whole process of breeding the fighting bulls from the mouth of the farmer and we will see them grazing in freedom inside the different enclosures. After this experience we will return to Seville.

During the winter we will take the chance to visit the bull farm in the morning and make the route in 4x4 through the park during sunset.

Departures


2020
March4111825
April18152229
May6132027
June3101724
July181522
August5121926
September29162330
October7142128
November4111825
December21623

Hotels


Seville
NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas , 4*

Seville
Vincci La Rábida, 4*

Or similar

Inclusions


Arrival airport / train station transfer

4 nights in 4-star hotel in Seville.

Transportation by deluxe minivan.

Driver-guide during the whole tour.

Oil and Wine tasting in a traditional mill.

Daily breakfast -except day 1.

Tapas lunch on day 2.

Lunch on the beach on day 5 (optional).

Lunch in a traditional restaurant on day 4.

Lunch in the White Village on day 3.

Entrance fees to Mosque in Cordoba, the archaeological site of Italica, Doñana National Park (optional), fighting bulls farm (optional) and the Flamenco venue in Seville.

Local guides in Seville and Cordoba.

4x4 route in Doñana National Park (optional).

Walking or bike tour in Seville (at the client's choice).

AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION


Prices Per Person


Double Room Single Sup.
Low season 1.465,00 € 480,00 €
Low season, additionalhotel night in Seville 115,00 € 220,00 €
Events 1.885,00 € 900,00 €
Events, additionalhotel night in Seville 170,00 € 330,00 €
Hight season 1.695,00 € 705,00 €
Hight season, additionalhotel night in Seville 220,00 € 400,00 €
Optional Nature Experience on day 5. 350,00 €
Supplement 8, 29 April & 21 October.* 430,00 €
* applicable on the high season price

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA WINE, FOOD, HISTORY & NATURE EXPERIENCE


Day 1. SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA: Introductory Evening

Arrival in Santiago de Compostela airport, transfer to your hotel. After check-in at your hotel, and resting a little, meet our assistant in the hotel lobby to start your gastronomic experience in Santiago.

To whet your appetite, we will take a guided visit to the monumental area of the city: “plaza del Obradoiro”, the Cathedral, the old quarters, etc.

Right afterward, we will indulge ourselves with an introductory dinner, where you will receive a Galician wine pairing masterclass given by a local expert, while you enjoy a unique menu, made with several delicious local dishes.

Accommodation.

Day 2. RIBEIRA SACRA:

Breakfast.

Meet your guide at the hotel and start your journey to Ribeira Sacra. Right on arrival we will visit the ancient Monastery, guided by a local expert.

Once we have fed our minds, we will start feeding our bodies, as we will move to the most famous local winery, where we will learn about the local wine growing process and, of course, taste some good “caldos”.

Right after the wine pairing we will enjoy a typical Ribeira Sacra lunch.

Once we finish our lunch, we will jump on a catamaran to sail through the canyons of the Sil River. Throughout the route, we will stop at the most important viewpoints of the Ribeira Sacra, to indulge ourselves with the impressive views.

Return to Santiago. Arrival and accommodations.

Day 3. SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

Breakfast.

Today you will discover the gastronomic delights of the Galician cuisine: meet our local guide at the hotel lobby, who will take you into an immersing experience into the gastronomy of the region. First, we will visit a traditional "abastos" market. This visit includes a historical explanation of Galician gastronomy, the importance of the city as a gastronomic spot and the tasting of different typical Galician products, cheese and, of course, wines.

Approx. total duration: 4,5 hours.

Evening at leisure.

Take the optional tour to Finisterra, considered the end of the world during centuries in Europe (3 hours approx.)

Day 4. SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

Breakfast.

At the appointed time, be transferred to the airport to take the flight back home. End of our services.

We strongly recommend taking the optional tour to the Cies Islands, Natural protected area, where, besides of admiring the wildlife, you will enjoy a unique seafood lunch, based on local products (Galician seafood is considered one of the best in the world). Approx. duration: 10-12 hours.

In case you prefer to discover the breathtaking landscapes of the Atlantic coast, you can also take a tour into the coastal area of Galicia, visiting Fisterra, Muxía, Muros and Ézaro, ending with a seafood lunch also. Approx. duration: 10 hours.

Departures


Daily all year

Hotels


Santiago
Gelmirez , 4*

Or similar

Santiago
Parador Reyes Católicos 5* (optional)

Inclusions


Round-trip private airport transfer.

3 hotel nights in a 4 star hotel in BB basis.

English speaking local expert guide during the whole tour.

Private transportation.

Introducing pairing dinner.

Visits to winery in Ribeira Sacra, with wine tasting.

Traditional lunch in Ribeira Sacra.

Guided walking tour in Santiago.

Visit to a local market, and masterclass about the local products.

Tasting of local products and wines on day 3.

Entrance fees to the Ribeira Monastery and winery.

Catamaran ride in the Sil river.

All tours and visits mentioned in the itinerary.

AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION


Prices Per Person


In a double room
1.150,00 €

Single suppl
280,00 €

Parador “Reyes Catolicos” 5* suppl
410,00 €

Optional 3-hour tour to Finisterre
70,00 €

Optional tour to Cies islands with lunch
135,00 €

Optional tour to Finisterre, Muxia with lunch
135,00 €


ST JAMES WAY - FISTERRA EPILOGUE
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA TO MUXIA


Accommodation in CHARMING HOTELS – “PAZOS” – RURAL HOUSES

Day 1. Santiago de Compostela.

Arrival in Santiago and free time to discover this unique city.

Accommodation in Santiago.

Day 2. Santiago de Compostela – Negreira (21,3 km).

Breakfast in Negreira.

After breakfast, you will be able to continue the route towards Olveiroa. Even though this stage is quite long, it is also great to enjoy the rural environment and great landscape of this region, such as the view over Xallas Valley and Fervenza Reservoir.

Accommodation in Olveiroa.

Day 3. Stage 2: Negreira – Olveiroa (32,6 km).

Breakfast in Negreira.

After breakfast, continue to Olveiroa. During this long stage you will enjoy the rural environment and great landscape of this region, such as the view over Xallas Valley and Fervenza Reservoir.

Accommodation in Olveiroa.

Day 4. Stage 3: Olveiroa - Cee (20 km).

Breakfast in Olveiroa.

Ready to continue your journey, you will be leaving Olveiroa, walking a stage full of sublime surroundings as well as many landmarks to visit: Cruceiro Marco Do Couto, the chapels of Nosa Señora Das Neves and San Pedro Mártir, and finally, arrival to the town of Cee.

Accommodation in Fisterra.

Day 5. Stage 4: Cee - Fisterra (20 km)

Breakfast in Cee.

The journey has not ended yet, and your pilgrimage will continue towards the city of Corcubion; after passing it by, walk among forests, beaches and cliffs. Of course, do not miss the chance of getting to Fisterra Lighthouse and enjoy the view of what is called “The World’s End”.

Accommodation in Fisterra.

Day 6. Fisterra.

Breakfast and end of services.

Departures


Daily all year

Hotels


Santiago
Gelmirez

Negreira
Casa as Bola

Olveiroa
Casa as Pías

Cee
Oca Insua

Cee
Hotel Mar de Fisterra

Or similar

Inclusions


Daily breakfast

Luggage transport between hotels

Travel insurance

Complete itinerary of the route

Pilgrimage credentials

On route assistance phone


Prices Per Person


Double room
460 €

Single Suppl
130 €

Half Board Suppl. (7 dinners)
130 €

Airport transfer in Santiago
35 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in double room
75 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in single room
120 €


ST JAMES WAY - BY BIKE
Ponferrada to Santiago de Compostela. 200 Km.


Accommodation in CHARMING HOTELS – “PAZOS” – RURAL HOUSES

Day 1. Ponferrada

Once you arrive at Ponferrada, you will be able to enjoy the charming places this town offers, such as Los Templarios Castle, the Basilica of Nuestra Señora de la Encina, the Main Square or the Clock Tower.

Accommodation in Ponferrada.

Day 2. Ponferrada - Vega de Valcarce (40,5 Km)

Breakfast in Ponferrada. Start your route from Ponferrada, passing by the towns of Villafranca del Bierzo and Trabadelo. Villafranca is the historic capital of El Bierzo, and it preserves its majestic appearance. In this town you can visit the Church of San Francisco, which has a beautiful Mudejar coffered ceiling, the Main Square and the Church of Santiago. The stage finishes in Vega de Valcarce, whose main feature is the Castle of Sarracín.

Accommodation in Vega de Valcarce.

Day 3. Vega de Valcarce - Triacastela (32,3 Km)

Breakfast in Vega de Valcarce. From Vega de Valcarce you will depart towards Triacastela, going through O Cebreiro. In this last village, you will find the church of Santa María La Real del Cebreiro (pre romanesque style), and also the Ethnographic Museum of O Cebreiro. In Triacastela you can visit a church from the 11th Century and other temples located in the village.

Accommodation in Triacastela.

Day 4. Triacastela - Portomarín (40,6 Km)

Breakfast in Triacastela.

Departing from Triacastela, the new stage will take you to Portomarín. On the way, you will be able to see the town of Sarria, which is the starting point chosen by many pilgrims to begin the Way, and it has remarkable buildings such as the Church of Santa Mariña, the Church of El Salvador and the Convent of Magdalena”. In Portomarín, which is located next to the River Miño, you will find the Chapel of “La Virgen de las Nieves”, the church-fortress of San Nicolás, the church of San Pedro and the Pazos of Conde da Maza and dos Pimentales.

Accommodation in Portomarín.

Day 5. Portomarín - Arzúa (53,3 Km)

Breakfast in Portomarín.

Today’s stage will lead you from Portomarín to Arzúa. On the way, you will have the chance to visit Palas de Rei, which has a “concello” with a strong artistic heritage, as the Church of San Tirso, the Castle of Pambre and the Pazo of Ulloa can demonstrate.

In Arzúa, you have the ancient Convent of Magdalena and the Church of Santiago.

Accommodation in Arzúa.

Day 6. Arzúa - Santiago de Compostela (38,7 Km)

Breakfast in Arzúa.

Ready for the last stage, you will leave Arzúa heading to Santiago de Compostela. On the way, O Pedrouzo, the most important town before arriving at Santiago, offers some places to visit. It belongs to the “concello” of O Pino, where you will find the Chapel of San Irene. Once in Santiago de Compostela, you will have the opportunity to see an endless amount of landmarks. The main one is the Cathedral and the Square of Obradoiro, but that does not mean those are the only remarkable places, as it is also recommendable to take a stroll around the historic district, to taste the gastronomy and to visit some other iconic buildings such as the Catholic Monarchs Inn, the Monastery of San Martín Pinario or the Pazo of Raxoi.

Accommodation in Santiago de Compostela.

Day 7. Santiago de Compostela

Breakfast and end of services.

Departures


Daily all year

Hotels


Ponferrada
Hotel Temple

Vega de Valcarce
Casa Lixa

Triacastela
Casa Pacios

Portomarín
Posada de Portomarín

Arzúa
Pazo de Sedor

Or Santiago
Hotel Gelmirez

Or similar

Inclusions


Daily breakfast

Luggage transport between hotels

Travel insurance

Complete itinerary of the route

Pilgrimage credentials

On route assistance phone


Prices per person


Double room
605 €

Single Suppl
185 €

Half Board Suppl. (6 dinners)
175 €

Transfer from Santiago Airport/Station to Ponferrada

(min. 3 pax; for less passengers, a supplement is due)
80 €

Transfer to Santiago airport
35 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in double room
75 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in single room
120 €

Bike rental
265 €

E Bike rental
585 €


ST JAMES WAY
Portuguese way from Tui (Last 100 Km).


Accommodation in CHARMING HOTELS – “PAZOS” – RURAL HOUSES

We offer you the Portuguese Way from Tui to Santiago de Compostela. Passing by the provinces of Pontevedra and A Coruña, you will find a a route with few slopes and many beautiful landscapes in the Galician coast. It is also good to know, it is the second most chosen option when walking the Way.

Day 1. Arrival at Tui.

After arriving at Tui, you will be able to enjoy the many charms of this town in the border with Portugal. Some of the most remarkable places are the International Bridge over the River Miño, the remains of the wall (12th Century), the Porta da Pía, the Cathedral of Santa María and the Diocesan Museum, the Chapel of San Telmo and the Convent of the nuns of the Order of St. Clare. In the outskirts, you can visit the Gothic church of Santo Domingo.

Accommodation in Tui.

Day 2. Stage 1: Tui – O Porriño (18,7 km).

Breakfast in Tui.

You will begin the route towards O Porriño. Once you have arrived at this town, you can see the Town Hall, the “Botica Nueva”, the Fountain of the Christ and the “Templete de San Luis”. We also recommend you taste the bread of O Porriño, famous for its flavour and texture.

Accommodation in O Porriño.

Day 3. Stage 2: O Porriño – Redondela (15,2 km)

Breakfast in O Porriño.

Arriving at Redondela, located on the end of the Estuary of Vigo, you will find a Roman Milestone. This is just a way of welcoming the pilgrim to the village, as you will also have the opportunity to visit many other places such as the pilgrims hostel, the house of Santa Teresa, the Convent of Vilavella or the church of Santiago. In addition, you will be able to go for a lovely walk around the park of Alameda.

Accommodation in Redondela.

Day 4. Stage 3: Redondela – Pontevedra (15,5 km)

Breakfast in Redondela.

On this day you will arrive at the first city on the Portuguese Way in Spain. Walking around the historic district of Pontevedra, you can visit the Sanctuary of the Pilgrim Virgin. Going through the “porta do Camiño”, you will enter the Ferrería Square, a place full of bars and terraces, where you can also find the Convent of San Francisco. Close to this, you can see the Square of the Star, the House of the Faces, the Gardens of Castro Sampedro and the Provincial Museum.

Accommodation in Pontevedra.

Day 5. Stage 4: Pontevedra – Caldas de Reis (21,5 km).

Breakfast in Pontevedra.

Apart from being the birthplace of the King Alfonso VII of León, Caldas represents a place of relaxation, as its therapeutic thermal baths are really famous. You can also take a stroll around the town and visit places like the church of Santa María and the church of Santo Tomás Becket, or even the botanic garden.

Accommodation in Caldas de Reis.

Day 6. Stage 5: Caldas de Reis – Padrón (19,5 km)

Breakfast in Caldas de Reis.

Padrón is well-known for being the town where the lifeless body of St. James disembarked, in 44 AD. Amongst the places to visit, you have the church of Santiago, the Bridge of Santiago, the Fountain of Carmen, the Convent of Carmen and the House A Matanza (Museum House of Rosalía de Castro). The peppers of Padrón are also traditional in this area.

Accommodation in Padrón.

Day 7. Stage 6: Padrón – Santiago de Compostela (24,3 km)

Breakfast in Padrón.

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Ready for the last stage, you will leave Padrón heading to Santiago de Compostela. Once in Santiago de Compostela, you will have the opportunity to see an endless amount of landmarks. The main one is the Cathedral and the “Plaza del Obradoiro”, but that does not mean those are the only remarkable places, as it is also recommendable to take a stroll around the historic district, to taste the gastronomy and to visit some other iconic buildings such as “Hostal de los Reyes Católicos”, “Monasterio de San Martín Pinario” or “Pazo de Raxoi”.

Accommodation in Santiago de Compostela.

Day 8. Santiago de Compostela.

Breakfast and end of services.

Departures


Daily all year

Hotels


Tui
Rectoral de Areas

O Porriño
Casa Das Pias

Redondela
Pazo Torres de Agrelo

Pontevedra
Hotel Room

Caldeas de Rei
Balneario Acuña

Padrón
Casa Antigua Do Monte

Santiago
Hotel Gelmirez

Or similar

Inclusions


Daily breakfast

Luggage transport between hotels

Travel insurance

Complete itinerary of the route

Pilgrimage credentials

On route assistance phone


Prices per person


Double room
605 €

Single Suppl
260 €

Half Board Suppl. (7 dinners)
200 €

Transfer from Santiago Airport/Station to Tui

(min. 3 pax; for less passengers, a supplement is due)
45 €

Transfer to Santiago airport
35 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in double room
75 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in single room
120 €


ST JAMES WAY GUIDED TOUR
Portuguese way from Tui (Last 100 Km).


Accommodation in CHARMING HOTELS – “PAZOS” – RURAL HOUSES

Minimum : 8 PAX

We offer you the Portuguese Way from Tui to Santiago de Compostela. Passing by the provinces of Pontevedra and A Coruña, you will find a a route with few slopes and many beautiful landscapes in the Galician coast. It is also good to know, it is the second most chosen option when walking the Way.

Day 1. Arrival at Tui.

After arriving at Tui, you will be able to enjoy the many charms of this town in the border with Portugal. Some of the most remarkable places are the International Bridge over the River Miño, the remains of the wall (12th Century), the Porta da Pía, the Cathedral of Santa María and the Diocesan Museum, the Chapel of San Telmo and the Convent of the nuns of the Order of St. Clare. In the outskirts, you can visit the Gothic church of Santo Domingo.

Accommodation in Tui.

Day 2. Stage 1: Tui – O Porriño (18,7 km).

Breakfast in Tui.

You will begin the route towards O Porriño. Once you have arrived at this town, you can see the Town Hall, the “Botica Nueva”, the Fountain of the Christ and the “Templete de San Luis”. We also recommend you taste the bread of O Porriño, famous for its flavour and texture.

Accommodation in O Porriño.

Day 3. Stage 2: O Porriño – Redondela (15,2 km)

Breakfast in O Porriño.

Arriving at Redondela, located on the end of the Estuary of Vigo, you will find a Roman Milestone. This is just a way of welcoming the pilgrim to the village, as you will also have the opportunity to visit many other places such as the pilgrims hostel, the house of Santa Teresa, the Convent of Vilavella or the church of Santiago. In addition, you will be able to go for a lovely walk around the park of Alameda.

Accommodation in Redondela.

Day 4. Stage 3: Redondela – Pontevedra (15,5 km)

Breakfast in Redondela.

On this day you will arrive at the first city on the Portuguese Way in Spain. Walking around the historic district of Pontevedra, you can visit the Sanctuary of the Pilgrim Virgin. Going through the “porta do Camiño”, you will enter the Ferrería Square, a place full of bars and terraces, where you can also find the Convent of San Francisco. Close to this, you can see the Square of the Star, the House of the Faces, the Gardens of Castro Sampedro and the Provincial Museum.

Accommodation in Pontevedra.

Day 5. Stage 4: Pontevedra – Caldas de Reis (21,5 km).

Breakfast in Pontevedra.

Apart from being the birthplace of the King Alfonso VII of León, Caldas represents a place of relaxation, as its therapeutic thermal baths are really famous. You can also take a stroll around the town and visit places like the church of Santa María and the church of Santo Tomás Becket, or even the botanic garden.

Accommodation in Caldas de Reis.

Day 6. Stage 5: Caldas de Reis – Padrón (19,5 km)

Breakfast in Caldas de Reis.

Padrón is well-known for being the town where the lifeless body of St. James disembarked, in 44 AD. Amongst the places to visit, you have the church of Santiago, the Bridge of Santiago, the Fountain of Carmen, the Convent of Carmen and the House A Matanza (Museum House of Rosalía de Castro). The peppers of Padrón are also traditional in this area.

Accommodation in Padrón.

Day 7. Stage 6: Padrón – Santiago de Compostela (24,3 km)

Breakfast in Padrón.

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Ready for the last stage, you will leave Padrón heading to Santiago de Compostela. Once in Santiago de Compostela, you will have the opportunity to see an endless amount of landmarks. The main one is the Cathedral and the “Plaza del Obradoiro”, but that does not mean those are the only remarkable places, as it is also recommendable to take a stroll around the historic district, to taste the gastronomy and to visit some other iconic buildings such as “Hostal de los Reyes Católicos”, “Monasterio de San Martín Pinario” or “Pazo de Raxoi”.

Accommodation in Santiago de Compostela.

Day 8. Santiago de Compostela.

Breakfast and end of services.

Departures


April 4

June 20

July 11

August 15

September 12

October 3

Hotels


Tui
Rectoral de Areas

O Porriño
Casa Das Pias

Redondela
Pazo Torres de Agrelo

Pontevedra
Hotel Room

Caldeas de Rei
Balneario Acuña

Padrón
Casa Antigua Do Monte

Santiago
Hotel Gelmirez

Or similar

Inclusions


Escort guide during the stages

Daily breakfast

Luggage transport between hotels

Travel insurance

Complete itinerary of the route

Pilgrimage credentials

On route assistance phone


Prices per person


Double room
775 €

Single Suppl
260 €

Half Board Suppl. (7 dinners)
200 €

Transfer from Santiago Airport/Station to Tui

(min. 3 pax; for less passengers, a supplement is due)
45 €

Transfer to Santiago airport
35 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in double room
75 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in single room
120 €


ST JAMES WAY
Original Way from Lugo. 115 kms.


We offer you the Original Way from Lugo to Santiago by foot. Be ready to enjoy the one known as the first Way of St. James, the original pilgrimage route.

Day 1. Lugo.

Your starting point in this way, Lugo, is a city with many interesting sites. Some of them are the Lugo Wall (Roman and World Heritage site), the Wall Interpretation Centre, the Mosaics House, the City Hall with its Tower Clock and the Cathedral of Santa María.

Accommodation in Lugo.

Day 2. Lugo – San Romao Da Retorta (19,7 km).

Breakfast in Lugo.

In San Romao Da Retorta, a small village with a great pilgrimage tradition, you can visit the church of San Romao Da Retorta and see the replica of a Roman Milestone that was found in the village.

Accommodation in San Romao Da Retorta.

Day 3. San Romao Da Retorta – Melide (27,7 km).

Breakfast in San Romao Da Retorta.

In Melide, a town of pre-Roman origin, you can see the front of the Romanesque Church of San Pedro, a “Cruceiro” from the 14th Century and the Terra Museum of Melide. Here, enjoy the Galician gastronomy, the famous octopus from Melide.

Accommodation in Melide.

Day 4. Melide – Arzúa (29 km)

Breakfast in Melide.

Arzúa offers many places to visit, such as the Convent of Magdalena and the Church of Santiago.

Accommodation in Arzúa.

Day 5. Arzúa – O Pedrouzo (19 km)

Breakfast in Arzúa.

You will finish this stage in O Pedrouzo, where you will find the memorable Chapel of Santa Irene.

Accommodation in O Pedrouzo.

Day 6. O Pedrouzo – Santiago de Compostela (20 km)

Breakfast in O Pedrouzo.

Once in Santiago, you will be surrounded by many landmarks. The main points of interest are the Cathedral and the Square of Obradoiro, but also the historic district, where you can taste the gastronomy and visit buildings such as the Catholic Monarchs Inn, the Monastery of San Martín Pinario or the Pazo of Raxoi.

Accommodation in Santiago de Compostela.

Day 7. Santiago de Compostela.

Breakfast and end of services.

Departures


Daily all year

Hotels


LUGO
HOTEL CIUDAD DE LUGO

SAN ROMAO DE RETORTA
CASA CAMIÑO

MELIDE
CASA SOMOZA

ARZÚA
PAZO DE SEDOR

O PEDROUZO
CASA DA AGUA

SANTIAGO
HOTEL GELMIREZ

Inclusions


Daily breakfast

Luggage transport between hotels

Travel insurance

Complete itinerary of the route

Pilgrimage credentials

On route assistance phone


Prices per person


Double room
525 €

Single Suppl
185 €

Half Board Suppl. (7 dinners)
175 €

Transfer from Santiago Airport/Station to Tui

(min. 3 pax; for less passengers, a supplement is due)
45 €

Transfer to Santiago airport
35 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in double room
75 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in single room
120 €


ST JAMES WAY
Complete Tour


Accommodation in CHARMING HOTELS – “PAZOS” – RURAL HOUSES

Leg 1. Roncesvalles – Logroño: 7 nights / 8 days.

Day 1 - Roncesvalles

Day 2 - Roncesvalles - Zubiri - 22 km

Day 3 - Zubiri - Pamplona - 20 km

Day 4 - Pamplona - Puente la Reina - 24 km

Day 5 - Puente la Reina - Estella - 21 km Dia 6 - Estella - Los Arcos - 20,6 km

Day 7 - Los Arcos - Logroño - 28 km

Dia 8 –Logroño

Leg 2. Logroño – Burgos: 6 nights / 7 days

Day 1 - Logroño

Day 2 - Logroño - Nájera - 29 km

Day 3 - Nájera - Santo Domingo de la Calzada - 21 km

Day 4 - Santo Domingo de la Calzada - Belorado - 22,7 km

Day 5 - Belorado - Atapuerca - 30,2 km

Day 6 - Atapuerca - Burgos - 21 km

Day 7 – Burgos

Leg 3. Burgos – León: 10 nights / 11 days

Day 1 - Burgos

Day 2 - Burgos - Hornillos del Camino - 21 km

Day 3 - Hornillos del Camino - Castrojeriz –19,9 km Dia 4 - Castrojeriz - Frómista - 24,90 km

Day 5 - Frómista - Carrión de los Condes - 19,2 km Dia 6 - Carrión de los Condes - Lédigos - 23,40 km Day 7 - Lédigos - Sahagún - 17,10 km

Day 8 - Sahagún - El Burgo Raneros - 17,9 km

Day 9 - El Burgo Raneros - Mansilla de las Mulas 18,7 km

Day 10 - Mansilla de las Mulas - León - 18,4 km

Day 11 - León

Leg 4.1. León – Santiago: 14 nights / 15 days

Day 1 - León

Day 2 - León - Villadangos del Páramo - 21,8 km

Day 3 - Villadangos del Páramo - Astorga - 26 km

Day 4 - Astorga - Rabanal del Camino - 20,6 km

Day 5 - Rabanal del Camino - Molinaseca - 24,7 km

Day 6 - Molinaseca - Villafranca del Bierzo - 30,5 km

Day 7 - Villafranca del Bierzo - O Cebreiro - 30 km

Day 8 - O Cebreiro - Triacastela - 22,9 km

Day 9 - Triacastela - Sarria - 22 km Dia 10 - Sarria - Portomarín - 22 km

Day 11 - Portomarín - Palas del Rei - 23,9 km Dia 12 - Palas del Rei - Arzúa - 28,6 km

Day 13 - Arzúa - O Pedrouzo - 19 km

Day 14 - O Pedrouzo - Santiago de Compostela - 20 km

Day 15 - Santiago de Compostela

Leg 4.2. O Cebreiro– Santiago: 8 nights / 9 days

Day 1 - Llegada a O Cebreiro

Day 2 - O Cebreiro - Triacastela - 22,9 km

Day 3 - Triacastela - Sarria - 22 km

Day 4 - Sarria - Portomarín - 22 km

Day 5 - Portomarín - Palas del Rei - 23,9 km

Day 6 - Palas del Rei - Arzúa - 28,6 km

Day 7 - Arzúa - O Pedrouzo - 19 km

Day 8 - O Pedrouzo- Santiago de Compostela 20 km

Day 9 - Desayuno y fin de servicios

Departures


Daily all year

Inclusions


Daily breakfast

Luggage transport between hotels

Travel insurance

Complete itinerary of the route

Pilgrimage credentials

On route assistance phone

Prices per person


In a double room:

Complete tour
3.150 €

Leg 1
635 €

Leg 2
655 €

Leg 3
780 €

Leg 4.1
1.080 €

Leg 4.2
685 €


ST JAMES WAY
French Way from Sarria. 100 km


Accommodation in CHARMING HOTELS – “PAZOS” – RURAL HOUSES

We offer you the last 100 km of the French Way, from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela, by foot. If you would like to spend an unforgettable week doing the Way of St. James to finally get the “Compostela”, this is your opportunity to make this wish come true.

Day 1. Arrival at Sarria.

Sarria is the point chosen by many pilgrims to start the Way, and it has many interesting places to visit, such as the Church of Santa Mariña, the Church of El Salvador and the Convent of Magdalena.

Accommodation in Sarria.

Day 2. Stage 1: Sarria – Portomarín (22 km).

Breakfast in Sarria.

You will start the Way to Portomarín, a town located next to the River Miño. There, you will find the Chapel of “Virgen de las Nieves”, the church-fortress of San Nicolás, the church of San Pedro and the Pazos of Conde da Maza and dos Pimentales.

Accommodation in Portomarín.

Day 3. Stage 2: Portomarín – Palas de Rei (19,7 km).

Breakfast in Portomarín.

The next step on the Way is Palas de Rei, which has a “concello” with a strong artistic heritage, as the Church of San Tirso, the Castle of Pambre and the Pazo of Ulloa can demonstrate.

Accommodation in Palas de Rei.

Day 4. Stage 3: Palas de Rei – Arzúa (29 km).

Breakfast in Palas de Rei.

Moving forward on the Way, you will pass by Arzúa, a place which offers the oportunity to visit some places like the Convento of Magdalena and the Church of Santiago”.

Accommodation in Arzúa.

Day 5. Stage 4: Arzúa – O Pedrouzo (19 km)

Breakfast in Arzúa.

Soon before arriving at Santiago, you will finish this stage in O Pedrouzo, belonging to the O Pino “concello”. Here you will find the memorable Chapel of Santa Irene.

Accommodation in O Pedrouzo.

Day 6. Stage 5: O Pedrouzo – Santiago de Compostela (20 km)

Ready for the last stage, you will leave O Pedrouzo heading to Santiago de Compostela. Once in Santiago, you will be surrounded by many landmarks. The main points of interest are the Cathedral and the Square of Obradoiro, but that does not mean those are the only remarkable places, as it is also recommendable to take a stroll around the historic district, to taste the gastronomy and to visit some other iconic buildings such as the Catholic Monarchs Inn, the Monastery of San Martín Pinario or the Pazo of Raxoi.

Accommodation in Santiago de Compostela.

Day 7. Santiago de Compostela

Breakfast and end of services.

Departures


Daily all year

Hotels


SARRIA
TORRE DO BARRIO

PORTOMARÍN
POUSADA DE PORTOMARIN

PALAS DE REI
BALNEARIO RIO PAMBRE

ARZÚA
PAZO DE SEDOR

O PEDROUZO
CASA DA AGUA

SANTIAGO
HOTEL GELMIREZ

Or similar

Inclusions


Daily breakfast

Luggage transport between hotels

Travel insurance

Complete itinerary of the route

Pilgrimage credentials

On route assistance phone


Prices per person


Double room
540 €

Single Suppl.
185 €

Half Board Suppl. (6 dinners)
175 €

Transfer from Santiago Airport/Station to Sarria

(min. 3 pax; for less passengers, a supplement is due)
45 €

Transfer to Santiago airport
35 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in double room
75 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in single room
120 €


ST JAMES WAY GUIDED TOUR
French Way from Sarria. 100 km


Accommodation in CHARMING HOTELS – “PAZOS” – RURAL HOUSES

Minimum: 8 pax.

We offer you the last 100 km of the French Way, from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela, by foot. If you would like to spend an unforgettable week doing the Way of St. James to finally get the “Compostela”, this is your opportunity to make this wish come true.

Day 1. Arrival at Sarria.

Sarria is the point chosen by many pilgrims to start the Way, and it has many interesting places to visit, such as the Church of Santa Mariña, the Church of El Salvador and the Convent of Magdalena.

Accommodation in Sarria.

Day 2. Stage 1: Sarria – Portomarín (22 km).

Breakfast in Sarria.

You will start the Way to Portomarín, a town located next to the River Miño. There, you will find the Chapel of “Virgen de las Nieves”, the church-fortress of San Nicolás, the church of San Pedro and the Pazos of Conde da Maza and dos Pimentales.

Accommodation in Portomarín.

Day 3. Stage 2: Portomarín – Palas de Rei (19,7 km).

Breakfast in Portomarín.

The next step on the Way is Palas de Rei, which has a “concello” with a strong artistic heritage, as the Church of San Tirso, the Castle of Pambre and the Pazo of Ulloa can demonstrate.

Accommodation in Palas de Rei.

Day 4. Stage 3: Palas de Rei – Arzúa (29 km).

Breakfast in Palas de Rei.

Moving forward on the Way, you will pass by Arzúa, a place which offers the oportunity to visit some places like the Convento of Magdalena and the Church of Santiago”.

Accommodation in Arzúa.

Day 5. Stage 4: Arzúa – O Pedrouzo (19 km)

Breakfast in Arzúa.

Soon before arriving at Santiago, you will finish this stage in O Pedrouzo, belonging to the O Pino “concello”. Here you will find the memorable Chapel of Santa Irene.

Accommodation in O Pedrouzo.

Day 6. Stage 5: O Pedrouzo – Santiago de Compostela (20 km)

Ready for the last stage, you will leave O Pedrouzo heading to Santiago de Compostela. Once in Santiago, you will be surrounded by many landmarks. The main points of interest are the Cathedral and the Square of Obradoiro, but that does not mean those are the only remarkable places, as it is also recommendable to take a stroll around the historic district, to taste the gastronomy and to visit some other iconic buildings such as the Catholic Monarchs Inn, the Monastery of San Martín Pinario or the Pazo of Raxoi.

Accommodation in Santiago de Compostela.

Day 7. Santiago de Compostela

Breakfast and end of services.

Departures


Daily all year

Hotels


SARRIA
TORRE DO BARRIO

PORTOMARÍN
POUSADA DE PORTOMARIN

PALAS DE REI
BALNEARIO RIO PAMBRE

ARZÚA
PAZO DE SEDOR

O PEDROUZO
CASA DA AGUA

SANTIAGO
HOTEL GELMIREZ

Or similar

Inclusions


Escort guide during the stages.

Daily breakfast

Luggage transport between hotels

Travel insurance

Complete itinerary of the route

Pilgrimage credentials

On route assistance phone


Prices per person


Double room
670 €

Single Suppl.
260 €

Half Board Suppl. (6 dinners)
200 €

Transfer from Santiago Airport/Station to Sarria

(min. 3 pax; for less passengers, a supplement is due)
45 €

Transfer to Santiago airport
35 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in double room
75 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago: in single room
120 €


ST JAMES WAY BY BIKE
From Leon to Santiago de Compostela. 320 KMS.


Accommodation in CHARMING HOTELS – “PAZOS” – RURAL HOUSES

Day 1. Arrival in León

After checking in the hotel, you can visit emblematic places like the Cathedral of Leon, enjoy the local gastronomy in the "Barrio Humedo" (area of tapas), the "Plaza Mayor", the Collegiate Church of "San Isidoro" or the Museum of Contemporary Art of Castilla y Leon.

Accommodation in Leon.

Day 2. Stage 1: León - Rabanal del Camino (69 km)

Breakfast in Leon.

You will begin the French Way from León, with a stage by bicycle to Rabanal del Camino, crossing the municipalities of Villadangos del Páramo and Astorga. In the first town, you can visit the Church of “Santiago Apóstol” (from the end of the 17th and early 18th centuries), and in Astorga you can contemplate both the Cathedral and the Episcopal Palace, as well as the Roman legacy that maintains this city. In addition, you can also taste the traditional cuisine of the area, especially the "cocido Maragato".

Accommodation in Rabanal del Camino.

Day 3. Stage 2: Rabanal del Camino - Villafranca del Bierzo (55.7 km)

Breakfast in Rabanal del Camino.

The stage corresponding to this day will be from Rabanal del Camino to Villafranca del Bierzo. In this route you will pass through the town of Molinaseca, a reference point on the Camino with places of touristic interest such as the Sanctuary of "Nuestra Señora de las Angustias", the Church of "San Nicolás de Bari", the Pilgrims Bridge or the "Santo Cristo" Cruise. Once in Villafranca, you can visit the Church of Santiago, La Anunciada, San Nicolás, the Collegiate Church, the Castle, La Alameda, the Plaza Mayor, and many other places.

Accommodation in Villafranca del Bierzo.

Day 4. Stage 3: Villafranca del Bierzo – Triacastela (55,6 km)

Breakfast in Villafranca del Bierzo.

Afterward, you will leave Villafranca del Bierzo towards Triacastela, passing through O Cebreiro. In this last village, you will find the church of "Santa María La Real del Cebreiro", pre-Romanesque style, as well as the O Cebreiro Ethnographic Museum. In Triacastela you can visit it´s Church, from the 11th Century, in addition to other temples that are also found in the municipality.

Accommodation in Triacastela.

Day 5. Stage 4: Triacastela – Palas de Rei (70 km)

Breakfast in Triacastela.

Leaving Triascastela, the new stage will take you to Palas de Rei. On the way to Palas, you can see the villages of Sarria and Portomarín. Sarria is the point chosen by many pilgrims to start the Camino, and it has interesting places to visit, such as the Parish Church of "Santa Mariña", the Church of "El Salvador" and the Convent of "La Magdalena". In Portomarín, which is situated next to the river Miño, you will find the chapel of the "Virgen de las Nieves", the church-fortress of "San Nicolás", the church of "San Pedro" and the "Pazos del Conde da Maza" and "Dos Pimentales". Finally, Palas de Rei has a “concello” of great artistic richness, as the church of "SanTirso", the castle of "Pambre" and the "Pazo de Ulloa" show well.

Accommodation in Palais de Rei.

Day 6. Stage 5: Palas de Rei – Santiago de Compostela (69 km)

Breakfast in Palas de Rei.

Get ready for the last stage, this time you will bike from Palas de Rei to Santiago de Compostela. Along the way, both Arzúa and O Pedrouzo, the two main points before getting to Santiago, offer many places to discover. In Arzúa, the former "Magdalena" Convent and the parish church of "Santiago"; in O Pedrouzo, belonging to the municipality of O Pino, the hermitage of "Santa Irene". Already in Santiago de Compostela, you have endless places to visit. The main attractions are the Cathedral and the "Plaza del Obradoiro", but not the only places to see, since it is also highly recommedable to take a walk through the Old Town, taste the culinary offer and visit other emblematic buildings such as the "Hostal de los Reyes Católicos", the Monastery of "San Martín Pinario" or the "Pazo de Raxoi".

Accommodation in Santiago de Compostela.

Day 7. Santiago de Compostela.

Breakfast and end of our services.

Departures


Daily all year

Inclusions


Daily breakfast

Luggage transport between hotels

Travel insurance

Complete itinerary of the route

Pilgrimage credentials

On route assistance phone

Prices per person


Double room
605 €

Single Suppl
185 €

Half Board Suppl. (6 dinners)
175 €

Bike rental
265 €

E Bike rental
585 €

Transfer to Santiago airport
35 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago (in dbl. Room)
75 €

Additional hotel night in Santiago (in single. Room)
120 €