Camino de Santiago Day Tours
Do you want to complete your Camino de Santiago by visiting some new places? Try our Day Tours and visit Porto, Finisterre, San Sebastian or maybe Biarritz!
Elected Best European Destination 2014 by the European Citizens, Porto is full of history, architecture, culture, gastronomy, trade and encounters.
Considered Europe’s westernmost point, visitng the cape of Finisterre is a must for all thoses coming to Galicia.
In this excursion we suggest you to know of Arousa and the region of O Salnes, in the Rias Baixas.
The Basque Coast is a wild and natural place full of tradition and good gastronomy.
Following the highway from Bilbao you will arrive at Vitoriam the best capital city of Basque Country, where you will have a panoramic tour into the city.
You will visit Biarritz, Sebastian passig by San jean de Luz and also Hendaya.
Half day guided group tour to Fatima from the city of Lisbon to see the site where the Blessed Virgin Our Lady appeared to 3 shepherd children in 1917.
Full day guided group tour to Fatima from Porto to explore the site where the Blessed Virgin appeared to the shepherd children in 1917.
“Outstanding ! I really enjoyed the day tour Finisterre Costa da morte. Perfect to complete my journey. Stunning landscapes.. Thanks again. ”
“It was an interesting trip, with good information. At first it was nearly impossible to hear the guide. She spoke English softly, with heavy Spanish accent. Even with volume adjusted, it was challenging to hear. She was helpful and very personable. I enjoyed the day very much.”
“Wonderful relaxing day. After 33 days of walking an average of over 25 km’s a day on the Camino de Santiago, this was a perfect way to “put the feet up” and just enjoy the ride, a most enjoyable ending.”
“Paloma, our guide and the bus driver (I have forgotten his name) were great. The bus was new and very comfortable. Paloma was very knowledgeable about the area and pointed out many things of interest. She was also very helpful with suggestions for lunch in Finisterre.”