Discover Santiago de Compostela with us! We have carefully designed Peaceful to connect with your inner joy. An experience based on the discovery of magical corners of the city away from the bustle of the Plaza del Obradoiro.
Meet us in Obradoiro Square, the heart of the city, to slowly wind alongside our hidden treasures. We will feel the city gems, such as convents, magical gardens, and tiny chapels. We will share a glass of wine and a few smiles!
Have you heart about Las Marías? Did you know Ernest Hemingway was an inhabitant of the town? Or wish to find the oldest eucalyptus tree in Europe? We will put the finishing touch with a glass of wine in a special place within the Old Quarter of Santiago de Compostela.
This tour is designed to discover together some peaceful and hidden places in a quiet way. You’ll be surprised visiting some hidden and peaceful places in the middle of the crowd. Relax, breathe and feel the magic of Santiago de Compostela with us.
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 48 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 still want more…
Check the agenda of The Galician Center of Contemporary Art and the Museum of Galician People next to the Bonaval Park. There are plenty of exhibitions, conferences, and activities that keep Compostelan people in great art shape. The CGAC, created by the Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza is a great exponent of his work in Compostela. The building faces the old Convent of Santo Domingo de Bonaval that today holds the Museum of Galician People. You will see a church of Gothic style annexed to it that hosts the Pantheon of Illustrious Galicians. Inside, the remains of world-renowned writers as Rosalía de Castro or Castelao remains.