Location: Santiago de Compostela
The Parador de Santiago de Compostela hotel is housed in the Hostal Reyes Catolicos, a building dating back from 1499 that has long hosted travellers to Santiago de Compostela. ...more »
From the old ruins of the seventh century Palacio del Conde de Lemos the five star hotel, Palacio de Sober, has been created using the original materials that created the building. ...more »
The Talaso Atlantico hotel is located near the village Mougas, and is housed in a classical granite building magnificently located built into the mountainside with dramatic views of the sea. ...more »
The Residential Complex, O Penasco,which is located in a privileged location, between the sea and the mountains, offers a great touristic variety to its clients... ...more »
The cozy Rectoral de Cobres,an old rectory, was built in 1729 on a hillside and overlooking the Vigo estuary, provides affordable accommodation in Vilaboa. ...more »
LeSept Boutique Apartments are seven apartments located in a private enclosure with 5,500 square metres of gardens and amazing views, where you can enjoy a unique experience. It was designed ... ...more »
The perfect spot to pitch a tent, with sea views and plenty of activities to keep you entertained. As well as wooden bungalows for those who aren't fans of sleeping bags. ...more »
María Bargiela Bodega - Casa Rural is a restored, traditional stone-built house dating back to the eighteenth century. ...more »
Pazo de Pías is located in the ward of Ramallosa close to the shopping centre at Nigrán and has been converted into an albergue for pilgrims on the Portuguese Way. It comprises of 57 bedrooms... ...more »
O Campo Das Parras is a haven of peace, with exceptional views from the house across the valley and its garden full of fruit trees, a natural wonder, the terrace is wonderful to enjoy the sun, shade. ...more »
The quality and diversity of accommodation in Galicia is excellent. From cheap but comfortable guest houses, luxury spa resorts and 5 star hotels, the world famous state-run paradores to rural accommodation and 113 campsites.
The best places to stay are in la Coruña, Santiago de Compostela and Vigo; the resorts of Sanxenxo, O Grove and Baiona, and unique places such as spas like Mondariz and la Toja or along the Camino de Santiago. Holiday rentals, travel agencies and property issues are also covered.
"A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles" - Tim Cahill