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    We’re off to one of the most gay-friendly countries on Earth. Warm up to the Spanish spirit in Madrid, the capital famous for food, nightlife and classically handsome men. Then we’ll venture north where we’ll saunter along the final leg of the Camino de Santiago – a world-famous pilgrimage that takes us through lush Galicia. Oak woodlands, eucalyptus forests and traditional villages await. At the end of our trek you’ll qualify for the Pilgrim’s Compostela, a certificate of completion and the perfect souvenir for our excursion. Savour the region’s wine, seafood, and cheese. Stay in local accommodations like ‘pazo’ manor houses that embody the region’s spirit of hospitality. And grab some comfortable shoes for an epic one-hundred kilometre excursion. Olé!

    • Dive into the flavours and culture of Madrid, Spain’s gorgeous capital
    • Experience the camaraderie of other pilgrims along the most popular length of the Camino de Santiago
    • Walk through the bucolic hills of Galicia, past many churches and chapels dedicated to St. James
    • Devour Galician fare like pulpo (octopus with paprika), savoury empanadas, tetilla cheese and albariño (Galician white wine)
    • Complete the famous pilgrimage at Plaza de Obradoiro, where the grandeur of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela awaits
    • Stay in Santiago’s famous Parador Hostal dos Reis Catolicos, a pilgrim’s hospital from 1486 turned 5-star luxury property
    • Wallow on the Spanish coast in Finisterre and Muxía

    • Day 1 Madrid
    • Day 2 Madrid
    • Day 3 Sarria
    • Day 4 Portomarin
    • Day 5 Monterroso
    • Day 6 Arzua
    • Day 7 Pedrouzo
    • Day 8 Santiago de Compostela
    • Day 9 Santiago de Compostela, Cape Finisterre, Muxia
    • Day 10 Madrid
    • Day 11 Departure Day