Galicia

Welcome to the land of hidden heritage, wild beaches and lighthouses, lush woodlands and fresh springs

GALICIA

Welcome to the land of hidden heritage, wild beaches and lighthouses, lush woodlands and fresh springs.

Just across the border of northern Portugal,  and sharing the Peneda-Gerês Natural Park (or Xúres in Galician language) one can find Galicia region. A place where the ancient Celtic culture who inhabited the region and the respect and harmony with nature is still celebrated. Our retreats here have a farewell ‘Celtic Celebration’ dinner and party on the last night, complete with bonfire, traditional live music and dancing. 

Highlights

Natural Park

Surrounded by Peneda-Gerês Natural Park, full of wild life and invigorating fresh air. Enjoy the mountain activities, such as rafting or mountain biking.

Natural Pools

Swim in one of numerous pools and springs this region has to offer, with the freshest and cleanest water, also perfect for kayak or SUP tours.

Hiking

For those who like hiking, the natural park offers amazing trails for all levels. Perfect to take the group and let all the information and effects of the practices settle in.

Wine tasting

Rías Bajas is well known for its white wine production (called 'Albariño´), and a tour to a nearby wine estate is a must.

Rias Bajas

Being close to Vigo, a day trip to the ocean is always part of our retreats. It includes a boat tour and a fresh seafood lunch at a fishing platform at the sea.

Discover the beauty of Galicia

How to get there?

There are several airports available in the region, such as Vigo (VGO, 30min from the Finca) or Santiago de Compostela (SCQ, 1h20m) on the Spanish side, or even Porto (OPO, 1h40m) in Portugal.
 
Public buses might be an option, but please consider that we can provide private vans to meet your group at the chosen airport, and take you comfortably to the retreat venue.