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    Serving all your private
    journeys and transfers.
    Car rental with driver for private and professional use,
    also available for companies and trade shows.
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    Wheelchair accessible taxi service
    in Galicia
    Our Eurotaxis allow safe and comfortable journeys
    for the handicapped, thus facilitating their everyday life.
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    The best guided routes
    to discover Galicia
    From Costa da Morte to Ribeira Sacra,
    let us guide you to the most beautiful places in the region.

About MaxiTaxi

We are a private company offering taxi service in Galicia..

Our experience and fleet allows us to cover all the needs of various sectors such as transfers for individuals or businesses, adapted transport of people with reduced mobility or tourist routes for small or large groups.

We have a large modern fleet operating in Galicia comprising amongst other, high-end minivans to carry up to seven people.


We cater wheelchair accessible vehicles.

Our eurotaxis make it possible to carry out activities for people in wheelchairs as well as their transfers to medical centres for consultation or physical therapy.

We arrange for the collection at the airport, bus and train station of Santiago de Compostela for direct transfer of patients to the Foltra centre. Please enquire about our special rates for this service.

Galicia tourist routes

From Finisterre to the River Sil Canyons, without passing the charm of Combarro by, the magic of the Costa da Morte or simply contemplating the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela at Obradoiro Square, there is a lot to see in Galicia.

For either small or large groups we offer a wide range of tours of Galicia.

Enjoy our breathtaking scenery and succulent cuisine in comfort whilst being attended to by our professional drivers and professional guides.

Browse our selection of tours, all selected to meet your group’s expectations (wine-tasting, gastronomy, landscape, ethnography).

Also, we are at your disposal to create a bespoke tour especially for you, even several days long. Please enquire here and we will be happy to assist you.


  • Costa da Morte (The shipwreck route)

    A coastal journey to enjoy the never-ending sea, the towns and the locals of the harshest coastline of Galicia. We will travel between coves and lighthouses along this coast which is also very renown for its excellent seafood cuisine.

  • Barbanza mountain range

    A route for the lovers of natural and wild landscapes through the mountain range that overlooks the western coastal facade of Galicia. On our journey we will come across wild horses grazing in these mountains of megalithic landscapes, petro glyphs, dolmens and ancient settlements.

  • Noia to Finisterre

    A journey that begins at the Rías Baixas and ends up in the Rías Altas visiting the towns of Noia and Muros, which name the northernmost estuary of the Galician Rías Baixas. During the tour you can admire the contrast between the estuaries and mountain ridge crowned by Mount Pindo off Cape Finisterre. Discover the history of this land in their forts and impressive and unique natural areas.

  • Rías Baixas (Southern estuaries)

    A journey that begins at the birthplace of most of the Galicia’s estuaries: Ría de Arosa, and finishes in Pontevedra. This route is ideal for the lovers of marine culture and its people. Enjoy the best cuisine in the land of Albariño wine.

  • Morrazo peninsula

    A journey between the estuaries of Vigo and Pontevedra bordering the Morrazo peninsula. Enjoy breathtaking scenery of the estuaries and the experience the legacy that ancient civilizations left in this land and the legends treasured by its people.

  • Ribeira Sacra

    This is the route of the monasteries and the Romanesque, of the heroic viticulture and the canyons of the Sil River. Our journey will take us to the banks of the river, flowing amongst terraced vineyards embedded upon steep slopes, which can reach 60%. This area has the highest concentration of Romanesque monasteries of Galicia and perhaps in Europe.

  • Discover Santiago de Compostela

    A tour of Santiago de Compostela, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1985 and final destination of the Camino de Santiago, one of the most important routes of world pilgrimage.

  • Padrón: The first steps of the Jacobean tradition and land of the renowned peppers

    This tour will take us back in time to the Roman Galicia and the origin of the pilgrimage tradition and pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. Discover the origin of the famous peppers, which of course we will taste accompanied by the local white wine.

  • Pontevedra and Vigo

    An journey to the more urban and industrial south of Galicia represented by the city of Vigo in contrast with Pontevedra, which has one of the best preserved historic areas of Galicia.

  • A Coruña and Betanzos

    A day trip to tour of the Ártabro Gulf and the cities that give their name to two estuaries, A Coruña and Betanzos. We will visit the heart of the northern estuaries, the Portus Magnus Artabrorum where the Romans built the world's oldest operating lighthouse still in existence, the Tower of Hercules.