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5 nights Walking Tour from Palas de Rey to Santiago

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In the year 813 in Galicia a hermit named Paio (Pelayo) discovered the tomb of Saint James (Santiago) in the city of Compostela. According to the legend Santiago the Apostle came to Spain to evangelise the northern part of the Iberian peninsula. Since its discovery the Apostle’s tomb has become a sacred site attracting pilgrims and non-pilgrims from all over the world. The Camino de Santiago or Road to Santiago has been declared by UNESCO of World Heritage importance, and in addition to its spiritual significance, it holds other historic values, such as having been the backbone of European cultural unity.





SUGGESTED ITINERARY- from 200 euros p.p. sharing


Arrival and overnight in Palas de Rey. Transfer to Palas de Rey is not included but we can arrane it for you.

Continue to Melide, where the church of San Pedro and the medieval bridge are worth seeing.

Overniht in Melide. 


Arzua is the last step before arriving in Santiago de Compostela, where you can see the church of Santiago and the pazo or country manor of San Lazaro. 

Overnight in Arzua


O Pino. In this small municipality also called Arca, capital of the Council do Pine, is necessary to emphasize a Roman bridge on the Mera river.

Overnight in O Pino (Arca) 


Arrival to Santiago de Compostela, the third most important place of pilgrimage after Jerusalem and Rome. Around the magnificent Plaza del Obradoiro, you can find an ensemble of splendid buildings such as the dominating Cathedral of St. James (11th century, Baroque facade) and the Parador de Los Reyes Catolicos (once an inn and a hospital for sick pilgrims), with a Plateresque facade. Other fine buildings too numerous to mention include the Convent of San Martiño Pinario, in Baroque style with a Plateresque façade.

Overnight in Santiago de Compostela.


Return to your point of departure.


From 200 euros p.p. sharing a double room.

  • 5 nights accommodation (room with private bathroom)
  • Breakfast included (type varies at each accommodation) 
  • Totally Spain´s special documentation pack
  • All taxes
    • Flights are not included and must be booked by client. The most convenient airports for this itinerary are Santiago de Compostela and A Coruña.


      • Extra days as well upgrades are permitted.  Please contact us for prices.      

      Optional Extras you might like to consider:

      • Private transfer from your arrival airport (Santiago de Compostela or A Coruña) to the starting point
      • Lugagge transfer between hotels
      • Guided tour in Santiago
      • Special "Queimada" show in Santiago. (Queimada has origins in the celtic pagan festivals of Galicia. It is a punch made from Galician aguardiente - a spirit distilled from wine and flavoured with special herbs or coffee, plus sugar, lemon peel, coffee beans and cinnamon. Traditionally while preparing the punch a spell or incantation is recited, so that special powers are conferred to the queimada and those drinking it. Then the queimada is set alight, and slowly burns as more brandy is added). 





















      If you like the look of the above Suggested Tour we will gladly prepare a quote for you. The itinerary is not rigid and can be modified to suit your needs.

      Below is a selection of the accommodation we would recommend for this tour. Click on the Hotel Code or info symbol for photographs and detailed information about each property. If you have registered to use our Spain Travel & Holiday Planner, you need only click on add to planner to insert it into your itinerary.

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