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Galicia boasts the perfect conditions for the cultivation of camellias. A humid climate, mild temperatures and acidic, fertile soil cause the spectacular growth of these plants, surprising experts the world over.
Galicia is the number one hot springs destination in Spain. There are more than 300 hot springs in the region – making it one of the richest in Europe in terms of mineral and hot springs
If there is a sound in Galicia that never ceases, it is the sea crashing on the rocks, the rough sea on which even the most experienced sailors have lived difficult times, where mermaids once dwelt.
Getting to know the Galicia's Hidden Heritage is the best way to come close to unlocking the secret that this land so jealously guards.
In Galicia we can climb the mountains of the Pena Trevinca massif to heights of over 2,000 metres, navigate the gorges of the River Sil or the River Miño, wander along the near deserted beaches of the Costa da Morte, Ortegal and A Mariña Lucense.
We offer you a selection of ten unrivalled destinations in this region that cannot fail to arouse your emotions ...
But Galicia offers much more to be discovered, as it is a land of villages, each with its own treasures, both artistic and ethnographic
Nature Reserve ExperiencesDiscover the pleasure of losing yourself all the while knowing exactly where you are going.
We recommend the following itineraries which you could enjoy 365 days of the year. Waves, culture and leisure for all kinds of surfers in stunning scenic locations.
Follow the advice given in this guidebook, prepare your Way well in advance, and apply the suitable self-protection measures for each situation.
Live unique experiences enjoying all kind of activities that Galicia can offer you.We invite you to consult these tour packages that will help to make your trip unforgettable.
Situaded in Santiago de Compostela, the City of Culture of Galicia rises on the top of mount Gaiás as a formidable architectural milestone for the new century.
Another year is here and an upward trend continues to become consolidated.Galician haute cuisine deserves the acknowledgement of the Michelin Guide.
The Repsol Guide distinguishes the quality of the product, the service, the creativity and the scene of our restaurants stating the great moment that the Galician gastronomy lives.