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  • Camino Vía de la Plata

    355

    Es el camino que une Santiago con el sur de la península, sigue el recorrido de diversas “vías romanas” que unían el norte con el sur de la península. Un camino menos transitado pero no por ello menos bello.

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  • Gardens Route

    Camellias are flowers that keep secrets of love … María Eugenia

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  • Just one day I : Galician Albariño Wine vs Portuguese Alvarinho Wine

    150

    This tour takes us to the oldest border in Europe, witness to battles, alliances and contraband … and where one of the best white wines in Europe is grown: Albariño wine.

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  • Just one day II:Wine & Hot Springs

    150

    This tour takes us  to the Ribeiro area famous for its Ribeiro wine and for its hot spring waters, known since Roman times.

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  • Just one day III:Wine,Camellia&Manor Houses

    150

    This tour combines the magnificence of the Galician Manor Houses with the beauty of their gardens, where (if the season permits) we can enjoy the undisputed queen of the Galician gardens: The Camellia.

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  • Just one day IV:Finisterre and The Coast of the Death

    150

    This tour takes us to the ancient end of the world … the Finis Terrae, a coast that offers landscapes as beautiful as unique … where we can taste the best seafood and fish

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  • Lighthouse Route

    In seas far north, day after day
    We leaned upon the rail, engrossed
    In frolic fin and jewel spray
    And crystal headlands of the coast.
    Katherine Lee Bates

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  • Magic Galicia Route

    “We are made of the same stuff as dreams” … William Shakespeare

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  • St. James Way : English Way

    1.690

    This was the preferred route by the pilgrims of northern Europe faster, more comfortable and less dangerous. Got its climax on the XIV and XV centuries and most of its users were from England hence the name. They arrived by sea to one of the Galician ports and then on foot to Santiago.

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  • St. James way : Way to Finisterre

    1.440

    For most medieval pilgrims, Santiago was not the end of their journey. They would want to reach the mythical Finisterrae, the End of the World. Many modern pilgrims decide to walk to the end of the medieval world and enjoy the most amazing sunset over the ocean.

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  • St.James Way : French Way

    1.500

    Starting in France, hence the name, it is the most popular route (more than 60% of all pilgrims choose it). And yet, it maintains all its charms as corroborated by the many pilgrims who repeat the journey.

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  • St.James Way : Northen Way

    635

    Older tan the french route ,it was the route used by the former pilgrims,not the easiest but with amazing landscapes, when the christians started to push the moors to the south Little by Little was abandoned.

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