Crossing Galicia


Experience the distinct landscape and cultural traditions of Galicia.


cruzando-galicia-detallesThis is without doubt one of the most compelling stretches of the Camino, not only due to its delightful natural terrain, but also because it features two key destinations on any pilgrim’s list—that is, the city of Santiago de Compostela and the legendary peninsula of Cape Finisterre.

This thrilling route crosses the entire province of Galicia from east to west, beginning in the village of O Cebreiro, an ideal starting point on account of its rich history and, at a height of 1300 meters, soaring beauty. From the very first kilometre right up to your arrival at the Atlantic coast, you will get a deep appreciation of the unique landscape and rich cultural heritage of Galicia.


Less than 15 people:               €1895
15 – 25 people:                        1795
More than 25 people:             1695
(Per person sharing)

Single supplement:                 200

Groups of ten people or more.


O Cebreiro – Triacastela (21.5 km).
Triacastela – Sarria (19.5 km).
Sarria – Portomarín (21.4 km).
Portomarín – Palas de Rei (22 km).
Palas de Rei – Arzúa (28.8 km).
Arzúa – Rúa (19 km).
Rúa – Santiago de Compostela (20.8 km).
Santiago de Compostela – Negreira (21 km).
Negreira – Olveiroa (33.4 km).
Olveiroa – Corcubión (21.6 km).
Corcubión-Finisterre (13.4 km).


En suite hotel accommodation.
Breakfast and evening dinners.
Private transfer to and from airport.
Daily luggage transfer.
Pilgrim’s kit.
Detailed information prior to start.
Experienced English-speaking guide.
Guided tour of Santiago de Compostela.
(Flights Not Included)


  • Walking through a beautiful and tranquil Galician landscape.
  • Tasting the region’s famous wines and liqueurs.
  • Sampling local foods such as octopus from Melide, cheese from Arzúa or Santiago’s famous almond cakes.
  • Visiting wonderful historical sites such as the Romanesque Church of Santa Maria (Ferreiros), the Church of San Nicolas (Portomarín), the Chapel of San Roque (Melide) and the medieval bridge in Ponte Maceiro.
  • Taking some time to yourself in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, then soaking up the vibrant atmosphere of the city’s historic quarter.
  • Viewing the stunning Galician coastline around Cape Finisterre.



Additional information


15 Days / 14 Nights




242.4 Km

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