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Spain tailor made vacation, Green Coast

Spain’s glorious Green Coast stretches from Basque country towards the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula to offer travelers an altogether different perspective of life on the Spanish coastline far from the madding crowds further south. This eight day tour has been tailor made to invite a unique glimpse at Spain’s gastronomic and cultural delights where beautiful beaches, mountain villages and characterful seaside towns collide in a crescendo of colour and naturally historic heritage. Comparing the sophistication of the Basque region with the laid back rural charm of Galicia offers further insight into this untouched area of Spain with chances to stay in a series of state owned castles ...Read more >
From 950 excluding flights

Northern Spain self drive vacation

This Northern Spain self drive vacation is an exceptional journey through some of Europe’s most spectacular landscapes. Over the course of two weeks you’ll travel through the mountain scenery of the Picos de Europa National Park in Cantabria to the gorgeous beaches close to Santander, the famed wine region of Rioja with its rolling hills a tapestry of fragrant grapevines, and the modern metropolises of Bilbao and San Sebastian, whose gastronomy and art are respected worldwide. The beauty of a self drive vacation, of course, is that you have complete freedom to pull over whenever you want to take in the views, or to take a detour as you please. Rustic country hotel, often locally owned, ...Read more >
From 1,050 excluding flights

Picos de Europa hiking vacation, Spain

This Picos de Europa hiking vacation in Spain is a tailor made vacation, following a carefully crafted itinerary which not only caters for your hiking abilities and interests, but which also immerses you in the Picos’ cultural heritage. The Picos de Europa Mountains are still relatively unknown to international visitors, a stunning range of jagged peaks less than an hour inland from the coast. Start your trip in the cosmopolitan city of Bilbao, then head up into the mountains for four days of guided hiking, finishing with three days on the Coste Verde. This is Northern Spain’s beautiful coastline, with traditional towns and vast beaches, many of them untouched by mass tourism. On our ...Read more >
From 875 excluding flights

Leon to Santiago de Compostela hiking vacation, Spain

One of the most well-known pilgrimage walks in the world, Spain’s Camino de Santiago can be undertaken by a variety of different routes. This tailor made, two-week tour is a Leon to Santiago de Compostela walking vacation that gives you a true flavour of the Camino’s heritage and atmosphere, as well as the culture and landscapes of northern Spain. Across 15 days you’ll embark on the Camino’s final 356km (227 miles), which is more than enough time to fully immerse yourself in the Camino spirit, as well as to make plenty of new friends along the way. Many you’ll bump into again and again, particularly if they happen to be sharing your hotel. Accommodation on your Camino vacation is in a ...Read more >
From 950 excluding flights

Tui to Santiago de Compostella walk, the Portugese Way

This Tui to Santiago de Compostela walking vacation follows the Camino Portugués route for a glorious eight day trek, heading north through Portugal and Galicia, Spain. A tailor made trip, and self-guided, we recommend the itinerary below which follows the official Camino route through coastal landscapes, inland rural idylls and some stunning ancient towns. On this walking vacation you will cover 116 km between the two great cities of Tui in Portugal and Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain, where the pilgrimage comes to a close. Well almost, because we also offer a guided tour onto Finisterre where some say is the true end of the Camino de Santiago pilgrim trail. At the end of this ...Read more >
From 780 excluding flights

Kayaking the Camino de Santigo sea route, Spain

Join a thrilling pilgrimage, kayaking the Camino de Santiago Sea Route between San Vincente do Grove and Padrón, as part of a small group fully guided by knowledgeable and experienced local guides. This is believed to be the route taken by disciples as they returned the remains of Apostle Saint James to be laid to rest at the site of the Santiago de Compostela cathedral. You'll follow it for 77km along the Sea of Arousa, camping as you go at a succession of beautiful waterfront locales. Your group, with numbers kept to a maximum of 20 so that you'll all know each other and your guides by the end of the week, will pause in some of the area's most attractive locations, including Carreiron ...Read more >
From 1,270 excluding flights

Sarria to Santiago de Compostela walking tour, Spain

This Sarria to Santiago de Compostela walking tour follows the last few segments of the Camino de Santiago’s French Route, or Camino Francés. With six days of walking on this itinerary, it is a tailor made self guided route, so we can always tweak things to suit your interests and time frame. This trip is perfect for those who want to experience and enjoy the camaraderie and landscapes of the Camino de Santiago but who don’t have time to commit to doing the whole thing. Experience the remote and gorgeous walking terrain of Galicia in Northern Spain, walking between 21-26 km for six days en route to your final destination at Santiago de Compostela. In total you will cover 126 km between ...Read more >
From 675 excluding flights

Porto to Santiago De Compostela walking vacation

Follow the Camino Portugues route on this superb Porto to Santiago de Compostela walking vacation, which over two weeks takes you through northern Portugal and Spain’s magnificent Galicia region. This is a tailor made, self-guided trip, which uses an expertly arranged itinerary over 241km on the official route. You’ll stay in a succession of small hotels and guesthouses along the way that are well-used to welcoming Camino pilgrims. Beginning in Porto, you’ll pass Ponte de Lima, Tui and walk through the lovely Rio Louro valley, past Redondela with its famous viaducts. The Portuguese Route is well-known for its sublime scenery taking in dramatic coastal landscapes as well as charming ...Read more >
From 990 excluding flights
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