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private • 7 days, 6 nights

Private Trip: A Galician Culinary & Seaside Adventure

Galicia, Spain
private • 7 days, 6 nights

Private Trip: A Galician Culinary & Seaside Adventure

Galicia, Spain
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  • Group Size 8 People Maximum
  • Activity Level
  • Travel Style
    Communities Up Close

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Trip Overview

On this privately guided, week-long seafood pilgrimage, delve deep into the world of barnacle hunters, oyster fishermen, lobster trap builders, razor clam-diggers, and net menders, along with the local chefs who are harnessing the incredible offerings of their coast, transforming Galician cuisine into something new and exciting. Though the focus will be seafood and the traditional artisans along this coast, you’ll be exploring all facets of Galician identity—history, folklore, architecture, music, language, and religion—and gaining a deeper understanding of its unbreakable bond with the sea.       

For a day-by-day itinerary description, either inquire with us directly or visit the group trip page, here. Note that the itinerary's pacing and inclusions may be adjusted depending on the size of your group.

Our partner, Culinary BackstreetsIn order to create and curate this unique experience, we’ve partnered closely with Culinary Backstreets, a global guide to local eats that publishes restaurant reviews and features on local culinary culture. They bring these stories to life on culinary tours and special events, offered in 12 cities around the world, and have extensive international experience with all things gastronomical.

  • Privately guided experience
  • Hands-on demonstrations
  • Michelin-starred dining
  • Agricultural visits
  • Short scenic hikes


Itineraries and daily schedules are subject to change. We expect to do everything listed in the itinerary, though the order may be rearranged based on weather or other local conditions.
Culinary Backstreets
In Partnership with Culinary Backstreets

Additional Info


The cost of this trip is $4,320 per person, based on three or more travelers, and double occupancy at a four-star hotel during low season. Hotel prices can increase during high season, which will influence the cost of the trip depending on your dates. For a single occupancy room, there will be a supplement (the exact rate will vary depending on seasonality). The maximum group size is eight people.


The starting per person price is based on six nights of accommodations at Gran Hotel Nagari (Vigo) and Hotel Rua Villar (Santiago de Compostela), or locations of equivalent quality. If you're interested in a different level or style of accommodation, we'd be happy to discuss options and price points.

Activity Level

Travelers should feel comfortable walking three to four miles each day and remaining on their feet for longer periods of time. While we can tailor the pace and activity level to your group, keep in mind that we will be spending time on rocky shores, in small seaside villages, and while in Cambados, aboard a boat.

Arrival & Departure

Note that the trip begins in Vigo and ends in Santiago de Compostela. Vigo’s Peinador Airport has direct connections to Madrid, Barcelona, London, Paris, Lisbon, and other nearby cities, while its Guixar Railway Station has connections to Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Porto, and more. We recommend that you arrive in Vigo by 3 p.m. on Day 1 and depart from Santiago de Compostela anytime on Day 7. If you’d like to extend your stay on either end, we’re happy to arrange extra nights and provide suggestions for things to do and see on your own.

  • Six nights of accommodation in comfortable, boutique hotels (four-star level).
  • Meals and transportation during the trip, including in a private vehicle. Travel within cities will be by foot and public transportation.
  • An experienced, local English-speaking guide accompanying you throughout the trip.
  • Admission to all proposed activities, locations, and events.
  • 24/7 emergency assistance during your trip, provided by Global Rescue.
  • Transportation and flights to Vigo and from Santiago de Compostela. Note that the trip begins and ends in different locations.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Travel insurance (recommended).
  • Additional meals and drinks outside of Atlas Obscura offerings.
  • If applicable, applying for a Spanish visa (not required for U.S. citizens).
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Visas are not required for U.S. citizens visiting Spain. If you’re not a U.S. citizen, please check the requirements or get in touch with us to ask.

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