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Excursiones de viaje de fin de curso para escolares al fin de la tierra en la Costa da Morte. Camino
End of Course Activities on the Costa da Morte for students.
The end-of-course activities of Atlantis Adventure begin to be one of the most demanded by its all-inclusive modality. Culture, active tourism, sports, leisure and fun.

End of course activities on the Costa da Morte

Atlantis Adventure scheduled end-of-course activities are special because of the involvement in knowledge, fun and in the instance on the Costa da Morte. We offer you the best combinations of alternatives to enjoy the trip of your life, in this sacred land from the Majestic Celtic Olympus to the beginning of the Romanesque era. In an original, fun and different way.

Viajes de fin de curso por Galicia

Why choose us?

  • First of all security and 15 years of demonstrable experience.

  • Peace of mind for teachers.

  • And fun for those students how well deserved they have this trip.

Special discount booking before February 28, 2019 4days from € 165 * taxes not included

We need to know:

  • Tell us why you choose Costa da Morte

  • How many days do you have to enjoy with us?

  • How many students and approximate ages?

  • How many teachers come to have fun too?

We get going!

Having made contact with you, the team of professionals elaborate several alternatives for the development of activities that best fit your idea. And we send them to you by email.

Reunión equipo Atlantis Adventure

Who directs the activities?

The activities that Atlantis Adventure develops are directed by its team of professionals, without intermediaries, very measured, studied and experienced.

Where do we develop the activities?

In the natural environment, outdoors, giving life a break. From the Sacred Celtic Olympus located in the beautiful Carnota, passing through the divine Cascade of Ézaro, the only river in Europe that flows into the Cascade into the Ocean, Corcubión an enigmatic place, reaching Muxía and the spectacular end of the Earth "Fisterra".

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