Seafood and Paradores Wine and Food Lovers

In this tour we propose a unique adventure, immersing yourself in a region full of tradition, identity and history, always accompanied by breathtaking landscapes that will welcome you with open arms and remain in your memory. We've planned this tour so that, in short daily rides of around 40 kilometres, you can get to know the whole region, taking advantage of the best that each area has to offer - from the most typical folklore, goldsmith's art, vinho verde and gastronomy. Connecting the north of Portugal to Santiago de Compostela, you'll realise the connection between these two regions, separated by a border but united by their physical proximity and identity. This programme is based on unique gastronomic experiences, with fish and seafood from the Atlantic, as well as heritage, such as the selection of a series of Paradouros for your accommodation, allowing you to travel back in time during your tour. The route you'll take on this tour is one of the official paths, recently approved by the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, but considered by many to be one of the oldest paths used by those on pilgrimage to the chapel of the Holy Apostle, where his remains are laid to rest. The experiences we offer you on this tour have the Way of St James at the heart of their identity. More than a matter of religiosity, this route is characterised by challenges and difficulties, but for those who walk it out of devotion, they find the faith, peace and hope they so desperately seek along the way. When you arrive at Praza do Obradoiro, you'll see reflected in the majesty of the cathedral the feelings you've gathered along the way, as well as the emotions of all the pilgrims.
  • 8D / 7N / 6 stages
  • Hybrid and e-bike
  • Easy to Medium
  • Minimum: 2 pax

from 2365 € ⁄ pers.

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Convivial level 01MAR - 15DEZ 2024
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