A trip to Fisterra and the Costa da Morte is, for its historical and geographical significance, a rite not to be missed by all of those who visit Galicia, surprising them with true discoveries in the form of landscapes and monuments.read more
Since in the early years of the ninth century the tomb of Saint James was discovered, innumerable people have come as pilgrims to Compostela. Since very early on the pilgrimage to Santiago became the main religious and cultural event of the... read more
Padrón is the place where it all allegedly started, the first place-name to appear in Galicia’s most fundamental legend: the Jacobean. It has left its imprint on the sanctuaries, on the names of places and on the very atmosphere... read more
‘Portugal is the lover and Galicia the loved’, goes one local folk saying. The ties between the two countries, separated by the vigorous Miño river, are what is highlighted during the first part of the itinerary of an... read more
The district of Barbanza is a land of strong contrasts divided by the Sierra de O Barbanza mountain range, an enormous granite hulk that dives into the sea separating the Rías Baixas of Muros-Noia from that of Arousa. Within a... read more
In order to become acquainted with Galicia 's limitless and extremely interesting heritage, we suggest the following routes from Santiago, which you can make in your own vehicle or as part of the organised sightseeing tours from Santiago.