Travelling by coach, with a half way overnight stop in both directions at a comfortable 3* Hotel Acueducto in Segovia with views of the historical city. The stop allows for a short visit to Segovia and a visit to Salamanca on the outward journeys.
Daily excursions are offered by coach to help you enjoy the wonderful Province of Galicia. You'll experience one of the most beautiful parts of Spain and we use a seaside hotel, with comfy rooms, friendly staff, and good food options in and around.
Day 1: Travelling to Segovia with an overnight stay and time to explore the city.
Day 2: Leaving our hotel after breakfast, with a stop in the beautiful city of Salamanca then making our way to the city of Vigo where we will find our 4* Hotel the Ciudad de Vigo.
Day 3: Free day to explore the port of Vigo.
Day 4: Excursion to Santiago de Compostela the 3rd most holy city in the world, with free time to explore the city at your leisure.
Day 5: First stop is a boat trip to learn about the mussel fishing, with tasting & wine onboard. Then traveling on towards La Toja, Combados & Monastery at Pio. A full and interesting day.
Day 6: Visiting Baiona with time to go aboard the replica of the sailing ship the Pinto, which first broke the news of the of the discovery of America, then off to Santa Tecla a celtic settlement of over 2000 years old and after lunch which is included we then have a brief stop in Portugal.
Day 7: Leaving wonderful Galicia and returning to our hotel in Segovia for an overnight stay.
Day 8: Leaving hotel for our journey home with stops enroute, arriving back between 16.00/17.00pm depending on drop off point.
This is magical Galicia. The furthest north west part of Spain. The Galicia region is the chunk of land belonging to Spain but which geographically at least could almost be a northern part of Portugal. Bordered on the west by the Atlantic Ocean. To the north by the Cantabrean sea. Its land borders in the south and east bordering Portugal, Asturias and Castilla Leon. As we approach Galicia from the dry flat dusty plains of Castilla, there is a marked change in the scenery.
A short distance from the hotel we can board a tourist bus which offers a multilingual commentary to help us identify places of interest. Vigo has an old ramshackle fishing district, with restaurants famed for a wide selection of tasty seafood. From the port you can take a small boat to visit the Cies islands, just a short distance from the mainland, watch the Tuna fishing fleet unloading their catch, or sit and watch the world go by in fashionable seafront cafes.
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