GALICIA

Galicia is located in the green and lush north western corner of Spain.
The first cultures which left their tracks in Galicia were Celtic, while Romans left as a legacy the walls of Lugo, the bridge of Ourense, and the Tower of Hercules.

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

Capital of Galicia, the city has its origin in the shrine of Saint James the Great, now the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, as the destination of the Way of St. James, a leading Catholic pilgrimage route since the 9th century.

A CORUÑA

Situated beside the Atlantic Ocean, is one long sea front, its huge urban beach the major natural feature. A Coruña is a historic city whose history has maintained close links with its old fishing and commercial port.

FINISTERRE CAPE

Is known for anthropological, historical and geographical reasons. Its name in the Galician language is Fisterra, which descends from the Roman legend which held that this area was the end of the world (Finis-terrae).

PONTEVEDRA

People say that seafood is the promised land of food.
O Grove is a fishing village nicknamed “the shellfish paradise”. It is situated in the province of Pontevedra and every October is the setting for the Festival in Praise of Shellfish.

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