Airport Transfer Santiago de Compostela
You are planning a trip to Santiago de Compostela? You would like to get from the airport to your accommodation as quickly and stress-free as possible? In that case, an airport transfer with Solhop is exactly what you are looking for!
How does it work?
Book your transfer:
- Using the search box at the top of this page, simply fill in your details.
- Select the transfer vehicle that is suitable for you and await confirmation.
- We will confirm the cost of your transfer but we do not ask for any pre-payment or credit card details.
Enjoy your transfer:
- When you arrive at Santiago de Compostela Airport, your driver will already be waiting for you, holding a sign with your name on it.
- Without any further formalities, you will be taken straight to your holiday accommodation in a comfortable vehicle.
Pay for your transfer:
- On arrival at your destination, you pay your driver in cash or by card
- The transfer price is fixed and there are no hidden costs - you will be paying the exact price you were quoted when you made your booking.
Frequently asked questions:
What happens if I need to cancel or make changes to my booking?
That's no problem at all. You can cancel or amend your booking at any time, completely free of charge.
What happens if my flight is delayed?
Don't worry! Your driver will be keeping an eye on your flight and will be aware of any potential delays. That way, we can ensure that your driver and vehicle will be at the airport at the right time, ready to take you to your accommodation.
How soon will I get a booking confirmation?
How can I be sure that my driver will be there on time?
Reliability and punctuality are our top priorities - we go above and beyond to make sure that your transfer driver is on time. However, don't just take our word for it - do also take a look at our customer reviews on TripAdvisor.
Will I be kept up-to-date in the run-up to my transfer?
What sets Solhop apart from other companies?
- At Solhop, we believe in offering our customers luxurious vehicles at great prices.
- We want to make absolutely sure that our customers have a great experience every time they travel with us. Therefore, we personally keep a close eye on every step of the process.
- With more than 10 years' experience in the transfer business, we know exactly what to look out for to avoid any potential pitfalls.
- It goes without saying that we only work with the most experienced and professional drivers to ensure that you are in safe hands.
- And, as we are based in Spain, we also have all the relevant local know-how to ensure that your journey runs smoothly from beginning to end.
"Great transfers in executive-standard cars with competent drivers."
"The transfers in both directions were efficient and prompt. The drivers were courteous and experienced. The cars were modern, executive-grade and very clean."
Carr2528 on TripAdvisor, December 2022
Santiago de Compostela
Santiago de Compostela is the capital of Galicia, a region in northwest Spain. It is a place rich in history. Thousands of pilgrims arrive here every year, having travelled along the famous Camino de Santiago or Saint James' Way. One of the town's highlights is the Catedral de Santiago de Compostela. Its construction began in 1075 but was paused several times. The magnificent edifice was finally consecrated in 1211. The cathedral was further expanded on several different occasions, in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries, so that it can nowadays accommodate 1200 visitors at the same time!
The well-preserved Old Town was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985 and is described as "one of the world's most beautiful urban areas". Along its many narrow, winding streets, you will find an abundance of Romanesque-, Gothic- and Baroque-style buildings.
Did you know?
- The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is depicted on three of the Spanish Euro coins (1 cent, 2 cents, and 5 cents).
- Santiago de Compostela is one of the wettest areas in Spain. The rain falls mainly during the winter months.
- The area has two official languages. Apart from the Castilian Spanish, many locals also speak Galician or "Gallego".