Local Tip Don't forget to taste the liqueurs which are all delicious, our favourite is the herbal one which has over 20 medicinal and aromatic herbs in it.
Local Tip Relax after a wonderful meal on the beach in front of Area Grande or take a stroll along the coastal footpath next to the large car park for a relaxing end to your meal.
Nowadays 'pilgrims' of all types walk the Camino de Santiago, or Saint James Way, to the majestic cathedral city of Santiago de Compostela, often...more »
Have you ever had the dream of traveling around the world and seeing some of the things you have only been able to experience through travel magazines, movies or websites? My Destination has gone...more »
You can’t help being mesmerized with your first glance at Cape Fisterra in the province of La Coruña. Not only are the surrounding waters a...more »
XANTAR is a gastronomic and tourism exhibition promoting the best of what Galicia has to offer with stands promoting food, wines, tourism and lots more. There are a number of restaraunts present promoting their regional cuisines at subsidised prices so its a great introduction to the gastronomic excellence there is in Galicia as well as... more »
For many years this famous annual fiesta held in the village of Lalin celebrates one of the great,typical gastronomic Galican dishes "Cocido Gallego". This ancient, rural recipe includes a variety of smoked pig meats boiled and cooked,along with potatoes/vegetables and chorizos, in an old and large pot of stew, a "Pote".... more »
Fiesta de la Arribada in Baiona commemorates the arival of Martín Alonso Pinzón, on 1 March 1493 in his ship "Pinta" to spread the news of his discovery of the New World (America and trade route to East Indies). Local residents dress up in fancy costumes and there is a procession/ beach activities where scenes from the previous... more »
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