Discover Galicia.From the city of Santiago de Compostela to the best seafood in Spain and some of Europe’s finest beaches. In Galicia there is all this and much more. There are cities that are comfortable to visit, thriving and full of history.

Day 1. VIGO
Arrival to the hotel and accommodation.
Overnight in Vigo.

Day 2. VIGO-SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

Breakfast and departure towards Santiago de Compostela.
Arrival and accommodation. Visit of the Cathedral. Free time to enjoy its old center.
Overnight in Santiago de Compostela.

Day 3. SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA-RIAS BAIXAS: O GROVE-LA TOJA-A CORUÑA
Breakfast and departure by road towards the area of Rias Baixas. First stop at O Grove. Its gastronomic festival is declared fiesta of national tourist interest and its main objective is the exaltation of the quality and variety of the Rias Baixas seafood. This festival is hold from 5 to 15 October. We have the possibility of taking a glass- bottom boat to enjoy the underwater panoramic.
Later on we will leave towards La Toja, famous for its spas with thermal therapeutic waters which properties are excellent for the healing of skin diseases, fact already known in the 19th century.
Lunch at the Gran Hotel De La Toja, with a magnificent view of the island where we included use of its SPA. Then departure to A Coruña. Arrival to the hotel and accommodation.
Overnight in A Coruña.

Day 4. A CORUÑA-BAIONA-A CORUÑA
Breakfast and departure for a panoramic tour of A Coruña enjoying its promenade and the Tower of Hercules. Then departure to Baiona, towards the South of Vigo, gathered in a small Bay of its ría. Its port was one of the most important of Galicia in medieval times. Baiona is a pure celebration throughout the month of August. Sundays during spring the “curros” are taking place, consisting in counting wild horses that graze freely throughout the year in the mountains of the region. In March 1493,
Martín Alonso Pinzón arrived in Baiona after his trip to America this villa became the first European place who knew about the discovery of the new world. Therefore the first weekend of March Festival is celebrated in the historical centre of Baiona “La Arribada”. Monterreal Castle, within a walled enclosure is now Tourism “Parador” with a yacht club at its feet.
Lunch in Baiona and afterwards departure back to A Coruña.
Overnight in A Coruña.

Day 5. A CORUÑA-VIGO

Breakfast and transfer to Vigo airport.
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