For more than a thousand years, Galicia (a region on the Northwest of Spain) and the Path of Saint James have fascinated travellers from all around the world. We invite you to discover them in a less conventional way.


Photography: Juliehd | Here we go…


¿Ready for an adventure?

Nowadays, more and more travellers open up to an innovative kind of tourism. That is how they really get to feel the adrenaline we all look for, when we make the decision of abandoning the comfort of our home to live an adventure.

The collaborative tourism proposed by Nightswapping makes you discover the most beautiful and unknown places. And it is possible thanks to our hosts, that will make your trip a unique experience.


Finisterre, the end of the Path. Photography: Tour, Travel & more


“Hidden” marvels in Santiago de Compostela

Still not sure of the advantages of travelling with Nightswapping? Just take a look at the recommendations of our hosts near Santiago de Compostela. They are looking forward to share with you these treasures!


⦁ The natural swimming pools in O Monte do Gozo

These stunning swimming pools are located on the mountains that surround the city. They are the perfect place to enjoy the nature and relax… and they are completely free!



⦁ Alkatraz Escape

A group of 2-6 people is locked up in the world’s highest security prison and must escape in less than 60 minutes. Your ingenuity is all you have! Do you dare?


⦁ O fogar do Santiso

In this typical Galician stone house restaurant, you can order the best dishes in the region: churrasco, criollo, home-made wine, Saint James cake… A real gift for your stomach!


Fotografía: Ideas Cruzadas


¡Nuestros anfitriones te están esperando!

If we finally succeed to convince you to live a magic adventure in Galicia, don’t hesitate anymore! Contact one of our hosts, like Andreu Romani in Santiago de Compostela, a very nice photographer, in love with this region of Spain.

Click on the link to discover his accommodation: Andreu’s apartment in Santiago de Compostela


Cover photo: Granero del burro