Getting to Catoira


The nearest airports are:

-      Santiago de Compostela (55 km): direct flights from London-Stansted (Ryanair), Paris-Charles de Gaulle (Vueling), Frankfurt-Hahn (Ryanair), Milan-Bergamo (Ryanair), Basel (easyJet), Geneva (easyJet), Istambul (Turkish Airlines)

-      Vigo (64 km): direct flights from Dublin (Ryanair), Italy-Bologna (Ryanair),

-      A Coruña (107 km): direct flights from London-Heathrow (Vueling), Lisbon (TAP)

If you don’t find any direct flight from these airports, the more usual stopovers can be found at Madrid and Barcelona.

Flight routes are normally increased during the months of January and February, as well as the number of airlines operating in these airports.

In order to get to Catoira from the airport, you should take a taxi/bus to the train station (Santiago, Vigo or A Coruña) and then a regional train to Catoira. You can check train times at It is recommended that you ask the train supervisor or any passenger which one is the train stop at Catoira.

The route by taxi from Santiago costs 50 €, 80 € from Vigo and 100 € from A Coruña.

If you travel by car, coordinates to get to the Auditorium venue are:

Latitude: 42.66648286421856 (42° 39ʹ 59.34”N)

Longitude: -8.722590502584808 (8° 43ʹ  21.33” W)

Destination Viking is a new travel experience concept. Partners from a number of countries have come together to develop a borderless tourism destination focusing on the Viking world.

Quality is a key word for Destination Viking - as a visitor you expect quality at every level, and we will deliver it. Quality means quality of activities, quality of presentations, quality of workmanship, quality of sites, quality of food, quality of souvenirs. In short: quality experience!