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Get to know one side of Buenos Aires which is not usually explored. Despite being one of the largest metropolia in South America, Buenos Aires can offer adventure activities that any adrenaline lover can enjoy. Tour the city by bike, choosing to travel through the north or the south neighborhoods; "Fly" over the city or the countryside by choosing one of our Air Tours, and visit a typical Ranch where you will be able to horse ride through the plains.
This cycling trip covers the second half of the Camino del Norte, the Northern Way of the Camino de Santiago. You will be starting your Camino in the coastal city of Gijón, in Asturias, and follow the northern coast into Galicia. On your way, you will be staying in stunning seaside villages and towns, passing sandy beaches and coves; and cycling across the lush countryside. As you cross the bridge over the River Eo you will arrive in Ribadeo, the first town in Galicia and home to one of Spain’s most famous beaches: the Cathedrals Beach.
From Ribadeo, the Camino del Norte then heads inland, into rural Galicia. You will cycle to the sleepy town of Mondoñedo, the old capital of the Kingdom of Galicia, where you can admire its grand buildings and cathedral. You will continue along with forests, peaceful hamlets and country roads. Don’t forget to claim your Compostela certificate when you arrive in Santiago de Compostela!
The stunning UNESCO World Heritage city of Porto in Northern Portugal is a wonderful place to start your journey cycling the Camino Portugues or Portuguese Way. Bike-pilgrims (also known as ‘bicigrinos’) will get to see many different landscapes across Northern Portugal and Galicia on your way to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain. From vineyards and forests to green hills and coastal paths, you will cycle past many lovely villages with magnificent Baroque and Romanesque churches.
This is the trail taken by Queen Isabel of Portugal on her way to Santiago de Compostela in the 13th century; and followed by many Portuguese pilgrims since. You will cycle across the International Bridge between Valencia do Minho, in Portugal, and Tui, in Galicia, to continue your journey towards Santiago. As you reach the Rías Baixas, treat yourself to a glass of its world-famous Albariño white wine and superb seafood. In Galicia, the Camino Portugues takes pilgrims through lovely wooded areas, farmland and historic villages and towns such as wonderful Pontevedra.
Cycle the Camino and experience the magic of the classic Camino de Santiago route on two wheels. On this tour, you will be cycling the Camino Francés from the lively city of Ponferrada, across the spectacular mountains of O Cebreiro and into Santiago de Compostela. You will ride the last 200kms of the Camino Francés and experience some of the route’s most important cultural, natural and historic highlights.
You will meet fellow Camino cyclists as you will cycle from the lush El Bierzo region and the mountains of O Cebreiro. From picturesque O Cebreiro, the Camino takes bicigrinos along the forests and rolling green hills of Galicia; all the way to magnificent Santiago de Compostela. Don’t forget to get your Compostela certificate when you reach Santiago! Explore more over a short period of time.
The Dingle Way is a long-distance self-guided trail in the South West of Ireland on the Dingle Peninsula. It is 179Km in length and takes approx 8 -9 days to walk. We break the walk up into manageable walking days of approx 15Km – 20Km per day. The trail is traditionally walked in a clockwise direction around the Peninsula starting in either the town of Tralee or Camp. This is a wonderful walking trail staying close to the coast around the Peninsula, although it does enter inland from time to time. The Dingle Peninsula sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean so from walk you can get incredible views across its coastline and islands, such as the Blasket or Skellig Islands. The Blasket Islands were inhabited up unto recently and the Skelligs was used for the latest Star Wars movie.
The small towns on this trail make it particularly wonderful and its long stretch of fine sandy beaches. The town of Dingle itself is a very special place in Ireland and we highly recommend taking a rest day here along the way. The bright-colored buildings, the small fishing boats at port, the fishing men, unique style of pubs, where you can have your shoes mended while having a pint and listening to music. Then tasting some of the local seafood in one of its many fine restaurants, you won’t be sorry to have stopped here. As well as the town of Dingle there are also other great towns along the way such as Camp, where the famous Irish Explorer “Tom Crean” opened his pub “The South Pole Inn” after his exploits in Antarctica with Scott and Shackleton. Then there are the Islands to visit such as the Blaskets, where many of Ireland’s most famous Gaelic speaking writers lived. The trail is a mix of small roads, country lanes, mountain trails, forest tracks, and beaches. You just decide how many days you wish to walk and we organize everything else for you.
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