Eat, drink and be merry:) Perhaps you have completed your Saint James Way, and you think what to do in Santiago de Compostela. You have seen the Cathedral and had a few hours to enjoy. We want to show you the warmth of Galician people across the table. No matter what we celebrate, there will always be food and of course our precious wine!
Recently scientific studies have proven that the hormone serotonin, responsible for balancing our emotions is produced in 90 % in the stomach. This is why we have created Joy, an experience to discover Galicia most purely, joining us to find one of the best gastronomies in the World, and we will do it at our flagship city; Santiago de Compostela.
We will meet in the Obradoiro Square, the heart of the city. Our guide will provide you with a bit of history to understand the city´s history and development and a few basic concepts about our gastronomy.
We will discover some magical places in Santiago de Compostela while we walk around, far of the most crowded tourist places. From secret and hidden gardens to small squares or quiet corners in its parks, all in this city makes you feel the magic and emotion floating in the air, and we want you to be part of it!
Dinner is calling now! Winding through the Old Quarter, we will reach the Old Market of Santiago de Compostela, a truly place to remember. You will enjoy a gourmet set dinner tonight in the central aisle of the 5th Nave, dedicated just to gastronomical experiences. And once we have fed our souls and bodies, it´s time to get some extra powers with our Queimada Punch in an iconic venue of the city. (the way to prepare it, magical spell included, is an experience to remember). We will have an epic evening!
This tour includes:
How to get to Santiago de Compostela? It´s easy! Please click here for full details.
We kindly ask you to book with at least 72 hours advance. If you wish to join us after please email us.
Dress standard: Comfortable clothes and walking shoes are recommended.
We also recommend you bring a bottle of water, sunscreen, and a hat during the summer months. Winters are not cold, but they are rainy so that a raincoat might be necessary!
And if you are looking for more… check out our suggestions!
Stroll through to Belvis Park, the first municipal gardens allowed to be used by the neighborhood. You can find them behind Virxe da Cerca and San Pedro. Every Tuesday morning the park holds an eco-friendly market with green and artisan products. Get to the highest area to find a viewpoint with a panoramic view of the southern region of the modern city and historical rooftops.
The park is a 50 minutes stroll from the city center the other Cathedral of the city. “The City of Culture” or “Gaiás” complex represents an avant-garde architectural icon. A set of large buildings that evoke the Scallop Shell of Pilgrims, as the architect Peter Eisenman first desire. The city includes libraries, cafes, museums, companies, and entrepreneurs sharing a space that seems to be built to develop creativity.
We suggest a visit to the roofs of the Old Cathedral. The best balcony in town is located 30 meters above the Obradoiro in roofs made of stones; thus you will understand the Cathedral construction over the centuries and discover some of the rituals of ancient pilgrims, along with an spectacular view.