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What to do in Galicia

It is not difficult to answer if someone asks you what to do in Galicia. And to say what Galicia ?, a land blessed like few others and of which the traveler will never tire, since it offers a multitude of impressive views either on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean or the Cantabrian Sea, its beautiful cliffs and the innumerable trails of mountains, its rivers, its gastronomy, its ancient architecture, its religious spirit and its people.

Places to visit in Galicia

What to do in Galicia

What to see in Galicia

The most emblematic places to see in Galicia are:

The Tower of Hercules (La Coruña), is the oldest lighthouse (dating from the 1st century) that still works in the world. It has a range of 23 nautical miles.
The Impressive Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. Its structure is a masterpiece of the Gothic style. The bones of the Apostle James rest there. Year after year hundreds of thousands of pilgrims complete a journey of spiritual renewal in this temple.
The Costa da Morte with its spectacular views of the Atlantic, offers tourists beaches, cliffs, waterfalls and best of all, a historical heritage contained in its famous Route of the Shipwrecks and Route of the Lighthouses.

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Punta Fuciño do Porco

Punta Socastro is its official name, but it is known as Punta Fuciño do Porco, which in Spanish is equivalent to a pig’s snout. It is a cape located in the province of Lugo. The inland terrain is mountainous to the southwest, but we find flat terrain if we go northeast. The closest community is Viveiro, 6.3 km (4 miles) to the south.
The climate of the area is temperate. The average annual temperature in the area is 11 ° C. The warmest month is August, with an average temperature of 17 ° C.
The cape and its impressive cliffs overlooking the Cantabrian Sea are crossed by wooden walkways and steps that allow the traveler to enjoy the wild landscape not as a tourist, but to merge as part of nature.

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Ribeira Sacra

Canyons area, and where the route by the Sil and Miño rivers that converge meander through the mountains between the provinces of Lugo and Orense is simply impressive. But the tourist who makes the land tour through the almost twenty municipalities that in total add up to more than 400 kilometers between both provinces, tells a different story, but no less charming. The wine area has been cultivated since the time of the Roman Empire. It is speculated that its name comes from the Middle Ages and may be due to the fact that throughout its territory there are what were once monasteries and at present a total of 18 of them can be seen suitable to be visited.

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Minho Hot Springs Tour

Traveling through the province of Ourense we find this incredible natural park where the visitor surrounds himself and immerses himself (literally) in nature on an excursion of relaxation and rest. It is possible to visit it both in winter and in summer. We started very close to the Millennium Bridge, on the right bank of the river.
From there, it is a matter of choosing between Los Baños Termales de Outariz, with sauna and specialized beauty treatments, as well as affordable prices in its thermal programs. On the other hand, and after the access walkway to the other edge, there are two large thermal pools for free use, Burga de Canedo and Outariz.

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Monte de San Pedro viewpoint

What centuries ago was built as a strategic point of defense, today is a viewpoint with an impressive view of one of the many corners of the coast of La Coruña. The elevator that is a glass sphere and shows an enchanting view of the coast as it ascends and to which the visitor cannot resist and picks up their cell phones seeking to capture incomparable images of the landscape in front of them. And when arriving at the former military base, the impressive view of La Coruña and some of its most emblematic symbols, such as the Tower of Hercules and the Aquarium Finisterrae.

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