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  • Private Groups: only you & your loved ones travelling together
  • No set departure dates:  you pick your dates
  • Flexible tour: need a shorter/longer holiday? Want to add / change something about the tour? No problem, we will tailor it to your needs 
  • Tour extensions to Madrid & Barcelona available by request
  • Luxury transport in a brand-new car or mini-bus with a professional driver
  • No pre-fixed menus: you choose all the food & drink available à-la-carte at each restaurant
  • English-speaking local guide 24/7. We will break the language barrier for you
  •  Authentic local experiences, unique restaurants and historic hotels
  • Holidays designed by locals to make you feel like one of us
Map 14 Day Tour Northern Spain


San Sebastian Maria Cristina Hotel

Immerse yourself into the lively atmosphere of one of Spain's most elegant towns: San Sebastian


Be amazed by the beauty of the first National Park in Spain

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Discover how shepherds make cheese in the mountains of the Basque Country 

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Savour local food with an innovative touch at the best restaurants in the region

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Be prepared for some extraordinary wildlife encounters

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Imagine yourself sleeping in three of the most iconic hotels in Spain.

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Be amazed by the beauty of the most charming mountain villages in Spain

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Picture yourself pouring cider like a local during a cider house crawl paired with delicious local tapas

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Be inspired by the beauty of Santiago de Compostela's Gothic Cathedral,  a stunning architectural masterpiece.

Day 1

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • A two-night stay in a piece of history, an impressive 5-star hotel by the sea
San Sebastian Maria Cristina Hotel

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Upon arrival at Bilbao airport , you will be welcomed by your guide and escorted during a short transfer (1h 15min) to your first stop in this epicurean journey: San Sebastian, the pearl of the Cantabrian sea, the most elegant coastal town in Spain, with influences of the French Riviera.

In the late 19th century the seaside town on the southern point of the Bay of Biscay became a favourite destination for royalty and aristocrats who came to enjoy the sunshine and newly recognized therapeutic properties of sea bathing.

A traditional afternoon stroll along the boardwalk offered an opportunity to see and be seen while the many cafés and open-air terraces were filled with high society.

San Sebastian had passed from being a sleepy fishing village into a thriving cosmopolitan town requiring luxurious, modern facilities to meet the demands of its discerning guests.

Serendipitously this urban blossoming occurred at the height of the Belle Époque era, and today most buildings flanking the famed La Concha beach, including the city hall, Victoria Eugenia Theatre and the Hotel Maria Cristina (which will be your home for two nights), are constructed in this style.

The majestic design of the hotel by architect Charles Mewes, the man responsible for the Ritz in Madrid and Paris, combined with the property’s enviable river setting and sea views, resulted in it immediately becoming the favoured accommodation for international high society.

You will be escorted for dinner to a traditional Basque restaurant where you will savour local delicacies.

Day 2

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • An early morning private tour of San Sebastian's farmers market
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  • An escorted pintxos bar crawl visiting the best bars in town
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  • A cider house crawl paired with local tapas. You will learn how pour cider like a local.
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After a delicious breakfast, your guide will pick you up from your hotel and you will enjoy a walking tour around this magnificent town. The striking beauty of San Sebastian’s mountains and beaches is its calling card. You will experience it in a fuller way with this tour, which gives you a more in-depth taste of the city’s eye candy.

You will stroll with your private guide through the Old Town’s endless narrow streets, learn about architecture, history, and of course the famous food culture of San Sebastian in situ, passing by famous landmarks, churches, plazas and bars.

You will enjoy a walking tour of the most interesting spots starting with the central farmers market where you can feel the freshness of the produce they sell in a lively market where locals gather every day to buy local food. This is slow food at its best.

For lunch, you will be guided to the most interesting spots to sample “pintxos” during a pintxos bar crawl. You will taste innovative pintxos made with local ingredients as well as the most traditional bites.

After lunch you will enjoy a stroll along San Sebastian beach where you can stop in a bar for a coffee or a drink.

Basque Country is a big producer of apple cider. For dinner, we have designed for your the perfect plan for lovers of cider and Basque gastronomy including a guided tour of traditional cider house followed by a magnificent traditional menu including chorizo sausage cooked in cider, salt cod omelette, salt cod with peppers, bone-in ribeye steak, Basque cheese, quince jelly, walnuts, almond tiles and cigarettes from Tolosa. All washed down with apple cider, served directly from the kupela or barrel in true txotx ritual fashion.

Day 3

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • A private visit to a family-run cheesemaker in the middle of the mountains of the Basque Country
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  • A traditional shepherd's meal in the mountains surrounded by nature
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  • An unforgettable evening in Pamplona, home to the "Running of the Bulls", Spain's most popular festival
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After enjoying a full breakfast with local specialities, your guide will meet you at the lobby and you will be picked up by your driver to continue the journey. You will enjoy a scenic drive across the Basque countryside (1h 30 min).

Today you will be part of an unforgettable experience for a cheese lover. You will visit the Idiazabal region, Basque Country's most famous cheese and one of the best cheeses in the world.

You will enjoy a private visit to family-run farm where Idiazabal cheese is made placed in the foothills of a majestic mountain and surrounded by nature and beautiful landscape. You will meet the owners of the farm and you will learn all about the making of this wonderful cheese.

During the experience you will see the gods working with the sheep, and you will understand how important this animal is in the farm. You will see the abilities of these animals, their fidelity and their incredible instinct to work with sheep.

You will be part of all the processes involved creating cheese, from the feeding of the flock to their milking, the cheese making, and the storage of the cheese for their maturing process.. 

After the visit, you will enjoy a guided cheese tasting of their cheeses paired with local cider and txakolí. 

For lunch, you will enjoy a traditional shepherd's meal in a serene environment of great natural beauty, in the middle of the mountain where the shepherds used to live and elaborate cheese in the past, 

After lunch, you will continue your journey to Pamplona (45 min), the capital of the Navarra region and a remarkable stop in the "Camino de Santiago". A charming city which owes most of its fame to its adopted son, Ernest Hemingway, who spent a considerable amount of time in Navarra during the Spanish Civil War and was a big fan of the San Fermín Festival where the exhilarating “Running of the Bulls” takes place. But Pamplona has more to offer such as its beautiful Old Town.

Your hotel for tonight will be the Gran Hotel La Perla, a historic building, which is highly committed with its history dated from the 19th. It has has witnessed part of the local, regional and even national history. People such as Ernest Hemingway, Orson Welles, Charles Chaplin and Imperio Argentina, have contributed to make this hotel a unique spot.

You will have the rest of the evening at your own leisure to relax or explore Pamplona's old town.

For dinner, you will indulge yourself in a fine dining experience in probably the best restaurant in the city. At Restaurant Europa, awarded with a Michelin star, you will discover the freshness of the local produce this region offers in a beautiful setting.

Day 4

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • A traditional lunch in a local restaurant in LaGuardia, a medieval town enclosed by walls and built on the 13th century
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  • A guided visit to Marqués de Riscal, a stunning winery producing one of the best wines in the world
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Your morning will start with a mouth-watering breakfast. You will have some time in the morning to discover the cobblestone streets of Pamplona and you can follow the steps  of the "Running of the Bulls" festival up to the Bullfighting Arena.

Later on, your driver will pick you up for your hotel to drive you to another wine region (1h 15 min). La Rioja is without a doubt Spain’s most beautiful wine region and an absolute treat for the food and wine lover! The landscapes are of gentle rolling vineyard-covered hills, pretty medieval hamlets and the backdrop of the majestic Cantabrian Mountains.

You will arrive to probably the most beautiful town of the Rioja region, LaGuardia. Built at the beginning of the 13th century, the whole urban centre of Laguardia is enclosed by walls. You will enjoy lunch at one of the most traditional restaurants in town with delicious delicacies from the fertile surroundings.

After lunch you may want to enjoy a peaceful stroll around the town centre as it constitutes an interesting historic and artistic site. As you walk you may stop in any of its numerous cellars to taste or buy some of the magnificent local wines.

Later on, you will visit the most spectacular winery in the region: Marqués de Riscal. Founded in the mid-18th Century, Marqués de Riscal is steeped in tradition, being one of the proudest and oldest wineries in Spain, yet it has never rested on its laurels, always keeping an eagle eye on the future; an outlook arguably exemplified no better than its stunning, Frank Gehry-designed winery – a ground-breaker of its time.

You will enjoy a visit of the winery and wine tasting of its world-famous wines. 

After a short drive (10min) you’ll arrive at the Hotel Viura, in the picturesque stone village of Villabuena de Álava your home for the next two nights. This unassuming hamlet sits in the heart of La Rioja and has barely 300 inhabitants — yet over 40 wineries. The hotel will impress you with its modern rooms, all with floor-to-ceiling windows. 

For dinner, you will indulge yourself at the hotel's à-la-carte restaurant and you will try some of the most delicious wines Rioja produces in the area.

Day 5

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • A guided tour of one of Spain's oldest wineries
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  • A delicious lunch with local food in a medieval monastery

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After breakfast, you will enjoy a guided visit of Lopez de Heredia-Viña Tondonia winery, one of the oldest in La Rioja. The strategic situation of their vineyards, the exceptional quality of the plantings, and the varieties used are essentially complemented by a magnificent winery, whose creation process was similar to the planting of the vineyards: slowly, with maximum care and attention. Among other features, the R. López de Heredia-Viña Tondonia winery is noted for being one of the few bodegas in the world with its own traditionally crafted cooperage with 3 master coopers constructing and repairing a hundred percent of the barrels they use. Their wines are internationally recognised as one of the most unique of the region. You will sample them in a beautiful setting inside the winery.

After an unforgettable visit for the wine aficionado, you will be escorted to Haro's old town for an intimate lunch surrounded by the old walls of an imposing Augustinian monastery. The Claustro de Los Agustinos restaurant will offer to you a varied selection of products: from a casual meal of tapas and morsels prepared on the spot to the most elaborate dishes of modern cuisine.

The afternoon drive to your next hotel provides a perfect opportunity for your next experience of local culture, the siesta! 20 min later, you’ll arrive at the Hotel Viura.

Enjoy the rest of the evening at your own leisure. For dinner, you will indulge yourself with some of the delicacies of the hotels's à-la-carte restaurant.

Day 6

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • An escorted visit to Bilbao's spectacular Guggenheim Museum
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This morning, and after a delicious breakfast, your guide and your driver will help you check out and they will drive you (1h 15min) to another Spain’s landmark: Bilbao, the heart of the Basque Country, a vibrant city where traditions and cutting-edge architecture live in perfect harmony.

You will enjoy a visit to the Guggenheim Museum, a spectacular exhibition centre at the heart of the city designed by world-class architect Frank Gehry.

After the visit, you will immerse yourself into the vibrant atmosphere of this charming city during a bar crawl to the most unique bars to sample the traditional Basque “pintxos”. “Pintxos” are the Basque version of the Spanish Tapas.

After lunch, you will enjoy some time at your own leisure with time to relax at your hotel. Your home for the next two nights it is a modern design hotel in front of the Guggenheim museum and with spectacular views of this magnificent building.

For dinner, you will enjoy a traditional a-la-carte Basque restaurant where you can sample one of the Basque specialities like kokotxas, croquettes, steak or cod Basque style.

Day 7

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • A guided walk to Gaztelugatxe, an impressive islet in the coast home to Dragonstone in "Game of Thrones"
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  • A guided pintxos bar crawl in Bilbao old town
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After a sumptuous breakfast with views over the Guggenheim museum, your driver and your guide will pick you up from the hotel to drive you (45 min) to visit one of the most beautiful places in the Basque Country: “Gaztelugatxe”.

Are you a "Games of Throne" series fan? Then this will be your highlight of this tour. 

Gaztelugatxe is an islet in the the coast used by Games of Thrones to represent Dragonstone. It’s topped with a church believed to have been built over a thousand years ago, reached by a long footbridge.

Dragonstone Island sets the scene of the first episode of series seven, and is the location from which character-favourite Daenerys Targaryen has been plotting war against her enemies.

You will have the chance to walk down from the top of the cliffs to the islet and across the long footbridge enjoying the jaw-dropping scenery.

For lunch you will enjoy a traditional Basque menu in a restaurant with impressive views over Gaztelugatxe.

You will have time to relax in your hotel before heading to Bilbao's old town for a pintxos bar crawl for dinner. You will brush shoulders with the locals to grab the best bites at the most lively bars in town escorted by your guide.

Day 8

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • An escorted visit to Bilbao's spectacular Guggenheim Museum
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After breakfast, your guide and your driver will pick you up from your hotel to drive you to Santander (1h 10 min), the capital of the Cantabria region, one of Northern Spain’s most elegant towns. 

You will explore the flavours or this lively town during an early-morning culinary tour of Santander’s central farmers’ market where colours and aromas combine to create an intoxicating gastronomic experience. Here you will find only the most succulent fruit and vegetables, freshest seafood, cheeses and meats from local producers. This is slow-food taken to the next level.

After a visit to this lively market, you will enjoy an afternoon of gathering with your friends or family to eat, drink and be merry, a fundamental part of the fabric of social life in Spain. “Pinchos” line every bar in town, but knowing where to find the best ones is an art that needs local knowledge. 

The cherry on the cake to an unforgettable day in this stunning city is a visit to the cultural exhibition “Botín Centre”, an architectural masterpiece overlooking Santander’s Bay where you can enjoy spectacular views over the city.

After that you will have time to explore Santander by foot, by boat, or to will just simply relax on an unspoilt beach before retiring to your luxury hotel, that’s your choice.

You hotel for tonight will be located on the beachfront, commanding breath-taking views of Sardinero beach and the Cantabrian Sea. This chic hotel oozes stylish sophistication, bathing you in opulent, contemporary luxury making it the perfect base from which to explore this stunning city.

For dinner,  you will visit a traditional a restaurant with a warm and historic space whose cuisine maintaining the foundations of the classic culinary Spanish tradition. The interior of the restaurant is unique, it houses a museum that consists of more than 100 wine barrels painted by different artists. 

Day 9

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • A walking tour of picturesque Santillana del Mar
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  • Comillas sightseeing tour & Gaudí's "El Capricho" guided visit
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The next morning after a delicious breakfast with local specialities you will explore start exploring Spain's oldest National Park: Picos de Europa.

On your way to the park (1h 35 min), you will stop in Santillana del Mar. This picturesque village is known for its medieval towers, Renaissance palaces and the Romanesque Santa Juliana Collegiate Church. 

After a walking tour of the village, you will continue to Comillas, one of Northern Spain's most symbolic coastal villages and one of its most interesting from an architectural point of view. It has some of the most important Art Nouveau buildings, which include Sobrellano Palace Chapel and the Pantheon, the Pontifical University and, of course, the brilliant El Capricho by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. Its beautiful beach is also a major attraction, bringing thousands of tourists to the town every summer.

For lunch you will enjoy a fish & seafood feast in a traditional restaurant of this coastal town.

After the feast, you can take a Spanish “siesta” while your driver takes you to the gates of your next destination: Picos de Europa National Park.

On the banks of the Sella River, surrounded by the spectacular Picos de Europa mountains, a unique historic hotel awaits you in an incomparably beautiful spot. The hotel is located in the former San Pedro de Villanueva Monastery, a beautiful building with spectacular rooms of stone and wood.

You will relax for the rest of the evening. For dinner you will indulge yourself in the hotel's à-la-carte restaurant.

Day 10

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • A scenic drive up to "Covadonga Lakes" following the route of the bicycle race "La Vuelta"
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  • A cider house crawl paired with local tapas. You will learn how pour cider like a local.
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After a reinvigorating sleep, a delicious breakfast will be waiting for you to recharge your batteries.

You will start the day with a morning drive through a scenic road up to "Covadonga Lakes", one of the most beautiful spots in "Picos de Europa". The road ascending to the lakes is a popular climb in professional road bicycle racing, and the most important climb in the Spanish multi-stage bicycle race "La Vuelta".​

You will visit the Covadonga sanctuary just before starting the ascend to the lakes.  The basilica, alongside the cave where pilgrims venerate the statue of La Santina, is a place of worship and pilgrimage for the people of Asturias. The basilica is in neo-Romanesque style, with two high towers flanking the main entrance. Inside there are works of great value, such as a canvass by Madrazo. The statue of king Pelayo is in the square by the basilica. The statue of La Santina, the tomb of king Pelayo and that of king Alfonso I, are in a cave, with access via a large staircase. A spring flows out of the cave and below this there is a fountain with seven spouts. On the altar, a gold panel represents the battle of Covadonga.

You will enjoy jaw-dropping views along the way. The "Covadonga Lakes" is a postcard-perfect valley with two glacial lakes. Goats, sheep, and cows roam freely around the lakes. Artisan cheesemakers make in this remote place one of the best cheeses in the world, "Gamoneu".

For lunch, back into the valley, you will enjoy one of the most memorable meals of your life. Picos de Europa National Park is home to a hidden gem the locals don’t want you to know about.

On this culinary adventure, you will be in search of ‘Pitu de Caleya’, free-range chicken. But this isn’t just any free-range chicken; it is the most delicious in Northern Spain, which is why the locals want to keep it for themselves.

After lunch, you will be driven back to your hotel to relax for the rest of the afternoon.

For dinner, you will taste apple cider like a local paired with local tapas. You are in a region which is the main producer of cider in Spain so the cherry on the cake to this unforgettable day will be selection of local tapas paired with  cider  in a cider-house  restaurant in Cangas de Onís.

Day 11

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • A visit to the only village without road access at the top of the mountains of Picos de Europa, a place with breath-taking scenery
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Your morning will start with a mouth-watering breakfast with a view of the mountains. You will say goodbye to the Parador of Cangas de Onís and you will then move on to the Cabrales region in the mountains of Picos de Europa. Cabrales is famous for its blue cheese as well as its breath-taking scenery. You will enjoy outstanding viewpoints of Picos de Europa most iconic peak, "Pico Urriellu" along the way. An optional visit to a cheese factory can be arranged (optional).

In Arenas de Cabrales you will take an underground cable car to the village of Bulnes . Not long ago, the only way to reach Bulnes was through a snake-like path surrounded by rocks belonging to the third stage of prehistory. This path was walked by men on mules carrying provisions and belongings and also by postal workers. This route was not very much used during winter because it was hidden by the snow.  But you will ascend to Bulnes using a cable car under the mountains.

This small mountain village nestles in a deep valley. Bulnes has a small selection of cafes and bars; short walks from Bulnes lead to the village of Upper Bulnes, and a viewpoint of Picu Uriellu.

You will enjoy a traditional lunch in one of the family-run restaurants in the village. After lunch, you will descend by cable car to Arenas de Cabrales and you will experience the Spanish "siesta" while you are driven along the coast to your next stop: Oviedo (1h 30 min).

You will stay for one night in much more than a hotel: a symbol. Much more than a place to stay: it is the place where knowledge and talent live. The Hotel de La Reconquista is, quite possibly, one of Spain's most characterful hotels. Tradition, luxury, nobility and 300 years of history have transformed it into an international symbol of Asturias.

For dinner, you will be part of the traditions of this region and you will brush shoulders with the locals to eat some local tapas in the "Cider Boulevard" of Oviedo, a street full of restaurants serving mouth-watering food starting from the most classic products of Asturian gastronomy : squid, octopus, pitu of caleya (wild range chicken), fabada (beans stew), percebes (gooseneck barnacles)…

Day 12

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • Artisan fishing-port lunch by the sea based on sparkling-fresh fish 
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  • A unique accommodation in a historic hotel by Santiago's impressive Cathedral
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After a mouth-watering breakfast,  you will enjoy a tour of Oviedo's city centre, the central market, the cobblestone streets and of course its beautiful Cathedral.

At midday you will be met by your guide & driver and escorted to your vehicle to start your journey to Santiago de Compostela.

For lunch, you will enjoy an authentic fish & shellfish treat in Puerto de Vega, a charming artisan fishing port by the sea. You will sample the freshness of the produce they serve in an authentic local restaurant where fish is taken to the next level.

After a scrumptious meal, you will be driven to the final stage on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route: Santiago de Compostela. 

Santiago de Compostela, the capital of the Galicia region, is Northern Spain’s most iconic city. This UNESCO Heritage Site is the final stop on the epic Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail; 

The cherry on the cake to an unforgettable day will be a good night sleep in the world’s oldest hotel. Situated in Santiago de Compostela’s main square, this 15th-century hotel wraps you in opulent luxury.

You will  indulge yourself into the hotel signature restaurant “Restaurante dos Reis” in a historic space housed in what was once the stables for the Royal Hospital, where you can sample traditional Galician cuisine.

Day 13

Exclusive Eat Northern Spain experiences:

  • An early morning visit to Santiago de Compostela's lively farmers' market to discover local delicacies
  • A tour inside Santiago de Compostela's impressive Gothic Cathedral
Santiago de Compostela Cathedral

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After sumptuous breakfast with breath-taking views of Santiago de Compostela's Gothic Cathedral, you will experience an early morning culinary tour of the central farmers' market where colours and aromas combine to create an intoxicating gastronomic experience

There you will find only the most succulent fruit and vegetables, freshest seafood, Galician octopus and the world famous dry-aged Galician Blond Beef.

Your morning will continue with a tour inside Santiago's world famous Gothic Cathedral, and the culmination of the Camino de Santiago for hundreds of pilgrims who arrive every day to hug Apostle Santiago.

After exploring the Cathedral, you will experience a unique and highly personal dining experience that takes you behind the scenes. Taking your seat in the Chef’s kitchen, you’ll relish this Michelin-starred culinary treat. Enjoy a conversation with your Chef as he prepares and cooks your tailored tasting menu in front of you.

Enjoy the rest of the evening at your own leisure to explore this stunning town. Tonight, you will enjoy a farewell dinner in the historic town centre where you will savour traditional Galician food.

Day 14

After a reinvigorating sleep and a scrumptious breakfast of local specialities you can sleep in late or take a relaxing stroll around Santiago's lively historic centre.

A transfer to the airport on time for your flight will be the saddest experience of your memorable stay in Spain.

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This is a Private Tour available all-year-round

Group size

2- 12 people (Private Tour: only you & your group travelling together)

Starting Point

Bilbao's airport

Ending Point

Santiago de Compostela's airport

What’s included? Everything you need. Plus everything you'd
want. Plus a few things you never knew you wanted until you got them.

In a word: everything. In eighty words? A private chauffeur tour guided by an English-speaking local guide, an interesting, fun and like-minded travel companion; authentic and innovative local cuisine; world-class local wines; wine tastings; all victuals and libations; all the endorphins you can handle; new insight; a feeling of total freedom. In short: an extraordinary, hassle-free journey of discovery. Travel at your own pace: Our tailor-made holidays are very flexible, allowing you to start road journeys or sightseeing when you choose – within reason.

  • All hotel accommodation
    • 2 nights -- SAN SEBASTIAN - Hotel Maria Cristina, Luxury Collection 5* 
    •    1 night -- PAMPLONA -- Gran Hotel La Perla 5*
    • 2 nights -- RIOJA -- Boutique Hotel Viura 4*
    • 2 nights -- BILBAO -- Hotel Gran Domine 5*
    •    1 night -- SANTANDER -- Gran Hotel Sardinero 4*
    • 2 nights -- PICOS DE EUROPA NATIONAL PARK -- Parador Cangas Onís 4*
    •    1 night -- OVIEDO -- Hotel de la Reconquista 5*
    • 2 nights -- SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA -- Parador de los Reyes Católicos 5* GL
  • Daily breakfast at all the hotels.
  • All meals at Michelin-starred, signature and traditional restaurants and all other meals as indicated à-la-carte (12 lunches  & 13 dinners) with wines and drinks included à-la-carte (no fixed menus, you may choose from each restaurant's public menu what you want to taste).
  • All transportation from airport pickup to drop-off in a chauffeured air-conditioned brand-new vehicle: Mercedes Class E, V or luxury minibus. Your safety and comfort are paramount. You will enjoy touring Northern Spain in safety, comfort and style.
  • English speaking guide during the whole trip. Translator services and assistance at restaurants, hotels & experiences. We will break the language barrier for you so you can get the most out of your experiences during your trip.
  • All the experiences, visits and activities included in the itinerary.
  • 24h concierge service during the whole trip.
  • All baggage transportation. 
  • All gratuities for baggage, porters and hotel service.
  • All currently applicable taxes.

What’s not included?

  • International Flights
  • Medical Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses

What to expect

  • A laid-back pace with free time to relax
  • Plenty of scrumptious local food and wine as well as time to really appreciate the dining experience