Playa de las catedrales is known for its majestic rock formations and beaches of catedrales.
You can learn history and get to know more about spirituality, and architectural splendor.
Boasting a stunning coastline, its long stretches of sandy beaches, including Orzán and Riazor, provide the perfect backdrop for relaxation.
This island will give you the chance to explore the crystal clear water, white sand beaches and unspoiled landscape located off the coast of Galicia.
Lugo is a historic city best known for the incredibly well-preserved Roman walls that encircle its city center.
Situated along the Miño River’s banks, Ourense is a bustling city known for its hot springs and impressive architecture.
In Roman times, Cabo Finisterre was regarded as the end of the known world.
Within it are charming boutique shops and delightful cafes offering delicious local specialties.
Sil Canyon is a breathtakingly beautiful canyon surrounded by stunning natural scenery.
If you love wine and delicious seafood, you’ll want to visit Cambados in the Pontevedra province.
Spain has earned itself a reputation for having some of the best nightlife in Europe, and Vigo is a terrific place in Galicia to enjoy it.