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Highlights of this tour

  • Santiago de Compostela
  • Pilgrim Mass in Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela (optional)
  • Betanzos
  • The Tower of Hercules, outside visit
  • La Coruña

Accessibility information

  • Transportation between the sites
  • Cathedral accessible through the back
  • Tower of Hercules is not accessible, due to many staircases

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Private guide
  • Private adapted transport

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances
  • To attend the Pilgrim Mass is optional. The Mass takes one hour. Seats can not be pre-booked, an early arrival is advised. Note that the English speaking mass is nót in the main altar.
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Torre de Hercules

About this wheelchair accessible Santiago de Compostela and La Coruña tour

This guided tour to Santiago de Compostela, La Coruña, and Bezantos shows you true gems of Spain. Your guide picks you up from the cruise port of La Coruña with private adapted transport. You drive one hour to the old town of Santiago de Compostela to visit the City. Besides that, you visit the ancient towns of Betanzos and La Coruña with its Tower of Hercules. Your tour ends at the cruise port for your onward journey!

Santiago de Compostela

Before attending the Pilgrim Mass in the Cathedral at midday, you get to discover the walled medieval city of Santiago de Compostela through a short, guided walking tour. The pilgrimage site of Santiago de Compostela is a city located in Galicia, in the northwest of Spain. According to folk tales, the remains of the apostle James are kept in the crypt below the main altar of the Cathedral.


The medieval town of Betanzos was named “Brigantium” by the Romans. It is one of the seven capitals of the Old Kingdom of Galicia and conserves three medieval doors, palaces, and tombs of noble warriors. Additionally, the city has a unique and impressive landscape due to the three rivers that flow in the region: Mandeo, Mendo, and Mero.

La Coruña

La Coruña is also known as the “City of Cristal” because of the number of typical Northern Spanish Coastal buildings with extensive galleries. The city always maintained a close link with its Celtic and Roman heritage, reflected at The Tower of Hercules. The Tower of Hercules is the only working Roman lighthouse in the world and the symbol of the city. Here you have some time to visit the Tower and enjoy the views from the lighthouse over the rough Atlantic Ocean. Furthermore, you enjoy a panoramic tour of the city’s main attractions, including the long promenade, the Riazor Beach, and a short walking tour of the old town including the Maria Pita Square.

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