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Portuguese Way Tui Galiwonders
Tui, on the border with Portugal, is the most popular starting point of the Portuguese Way.  There are some towns along the Camino de Santiago that will make you want to stop, and discover them. Tui is one of those places, not only because it is one of the main stops of the Portuguese Way,...
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leyenda del peregrino fantasma
Did you know that, besides the Cathedral, the Obradoiro Square or the “Two Marias”, there are many other things to do in Santiago de Compostela? We are always surprised to know about the perception that many tourists and pilgrims have about Santiago de Compostela: that is a very tiny town, that there is not a...
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Galicia is one of the most popular regions in Spain because of its gastronomy. There is a wide range of specialties and at the moment there are 13 restaurants awarded with a Michelin star.  #GaliwondersRecommmends Yayo Daporta, As Garzas, A Culler de Pau¦ are just some examples of how important Galician cuisine is, also at an...
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The Camino de Santiago offers many different possibilities in terms of accommodation, each of them with its advantages and disadvantages. On the one hand, we find the classic “Albergues” (or hostels) for Pilgrims, that can be public or private. In general terms, public albergues usually entail more requirements than the private ones: those who walk the Camino...
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Who hasn’t ever lied down the ground, or the sand of the beach, during summer nights to contemplate the stars? And every year, here in Galicia, during some specific nights in July or August, it is possible to enjoy the view of what we know as “Saint Laurent Tears”, or Perseides. That is a rain...
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Just a few kilometers far from Arcade, one of the main stops of the Portuguese Way, if we turn off the Camino, inland, we will arrive to Sotamayor, where it is located one of the most popular castles of the region. In this fortification used to live, on the XV century, one of the most...
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Rias Baixas Tour Galiwonders
Discover hidden secrets in the Rías Baixas The Rías Baixas (Low Estuaries) harbor many secret wonders on its waters, even for us (and we have been spending the summer in lovely coastal towns like O Grove, Cambados, Villagarcía for many years!). Fortunately, we are starting to have more and more alternatives of sustainable tourism in...
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Camino de Santiago Tour Galicia Galiwonders
Galiwonders: our story A couple of years ago now, two young and intrepid guys decided to pack their stuff and leave their home town to travel the world. Destiny (and job opportunities, why not to say it) brought them to different countries, such as France, the United Kingdom, Canada and the US. Thanks to that,...
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