Camino - Sarria to Santiago, 8 Days
The last six days of the famous Camino pilgrimage route offers the chance for time starved travellers to walk the final 115kms into Santiago and gain a wonderful appreciation of the historic significance of the route. To be eligible for the official Compostela certificate of completion, which is ...
Travel Dates: 1 January - 31 December 2020
Community Million Dollar Challenge, Camino Trail, 9 Days
Undertake the superb pilgrams trail from Sarria to Santiago in northern Spain, long enough to earn your Compostela and raise funds for your charity. Day 1 Arrive Madrid. Day 2 City tour in Madrid and transfer to Sarria. Day 3 Walk through the hills of Galicia to Portomarin. Day 4 To Palas de Rei...
Travel Dates: Only on 4 June 2020 & 7 June 2021
Best of the Camino, 13 Days
The Camino de Santiago, or Compostela Trail, has for centuries represented an important pilgrimage route from France, across the Pyrenees and the north of Spain to the tomb of St James in Santiago de Compostela. Following the most interesting sections from Roncesvalles in Spain through famous pil...
Travel Dates: 5 April - 25 December 2020
As diverse as it is impressive, Spain is home to world-class beaches, stunning mountains, renowned vineyards and bustling cities. Between the sun and the fresh food, Spaniards have much to celebrate, making every other day feel like a party. Whatever you do in Spain, your senses will be delighted and your soul buoyant. Uncover Spain with a tour and see more than you hoped for in your wildest dreams.
Don’t miss these Spain attractions
- Gaudi’s works in Barcelona
- Pinxtos hopping in San Sebastian
- Flamenco shows
- Guggenheim Musem in Bilbao
- Alhambra Palace in Granada
Soak up the culture
World-renowned architecture and cuisine
In Barcelona, you can admire the works of Gaudi at the wonderfully ornate Sagrada Familia or ascend El Carmel hill and explore Gaudi’s unique Park Guell, a mosaic wonderland. Behold the spectacular Alhambra Palace in Granada, be captivated by Gothic style cathedrals in Seville and visit the seaside Castle of Peniscola along the rugged Orange Blossom Coast.
If a deep love for tapas and a penchant for Rioja is what fuels you, a gourmet tour of Spain is just the ticket. Taste local produce at the historic La Boqueria market in Barcelona, try paella where it originated in Valencia and hop between ‘pintxos’ bars in San Sebastian. Learn why Catalan chefs (those from the north: Barcelona, Girona, Lleida, Tarragona) are amongst the best in the world.
Spain is famous for its passionate love of flamenco music and dance, endless plates of tapas, blinding sunshine and its legendary artists including Picasso, Dali and Gaudi. It’s true: there is much tradition and culture in Spain and it’s hard to know where to start first.
Consider a tour that offers some of Spain’s highlights – Park Guell and La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, the mesmerising Alhambra in Granada, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao and the beaches of San Sebastian.