Camino de Santiago Day Tours

Get the most out of your trip, and take some time to visit exciting nearby cities, cultural highlights, and historical hotspots. See our optional day tours below.

 

Porto – Half Day Tour:

Portugal’s second-largest metropolis is waiting for you to explore its cobbled streets and colourful old town! Visit the coastal city and sample the local delicacies and famous Port Wine.

Finisterre and Costa Da Morte – Full Day Tour:

Finisterre is the traditional final stop on the Camino de Santiago and was once thought to be the most western point of Europe (hence the dramatic name!). From here, travel by bus along the infamous Costa de Morte, stopping in fishing towns Muxia, Muros and the dramatic 155-metre tall waterfall, Cascada de Ezaro.

Rias Baixas Boat Trip – Full Day Tour:

Hop a boat and visit the gorgeous harbour of Salnés before hitting Rías Baixas, Pontevedra and Islas Grandes.

Basque Coast – Half Day Tour:

The Basque Coast is a wild and natural place full of tradition, stunning scenery and some of the best food and wine that Europe has to offer.

Vitoria Coast – Full Day Tour:

If you’re in the region, a trip to Vitoria, the capital of the Basque region, is a must. You’ll get a tour of the medieval city, before visiting nearby vineyards and landmarks

San Sebastian and Biarritz – Full Day Tour:

Take a day tour of the French Basque Country and visit the picturesque San Sebastian, Saint Jean de Luz, Hendaye and Biarritz

Lisbon to Fatima – Half Day Tour:

Half day guided group tour to the Portugues town of Fatima, from the city of Lisbon. The town is significant, as it was the spot where it is believed that the Virgin Mary appeared to three shepherd children in 1917.

Porto to Fatima – Half Day Tour:

Half day guided group tour to the Portugues town of Fatima, from the city of Lisbon. The town is significant, as it was the spot where it is believed that the Virgin Mary appeared to three shepherd children in 1917.

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