Galicia and its gastronomy

galiciaGalicia is not a destination of passage. To know Galicia you must come to it and discover its landscapes of lush valleys and stunning beaches. Located in the north-west of Spain. On its coast, bathed to the west by the Atlantic Ocean and to the north by the Cantabrian Sea are areas as spectacular as cliffs and paradisiacal places. Galician is together with Spanish its official language and is part of the culture of Galicia, a region deeply rooted in Celtic culture.

 A THOUSAND REASONS TO VISIT GALICIA

ITS BEAUTIFUL GREEN LANDSCAPE, ITS AWESOME BEACHES OF WHITE SANDS AND ITS EXCELLENT GASTRONOMY KNOWN IN ALL SPAIN FOR THE HUGE QUALITY OF THEIR RAW MATERIALS. PRODUCTS OF THE EARTH BUT ABOVE ALL OF THE SEA

Its capital, Santiago de Compostela is the final destination of the famous St. James´ Way. With this name in knowed the different routes of pilgrims that from the antiquity and beginning of certain origins travel the Iberian peninsula. The most well-known, the route of the French path, covers about 700 kilometers, starting from Roncesvalles in Navarre
Galicia enjoys spectacular beaches, as it has miles of coast due to its special orography of estuaries. The Galician “rias” are natural estuaries, similar to the Norwegian fjords, which in most cases are not river mouths but spaces where the sea enters the land. And among all its spectacular beaches are those of the Islas Cies (National Park of the Atlantic Islands) located in the Ría of Vigo

GALICIA A LAND WHERE YOU CAN FIND THE BEST QUALITY

The regional holiday is on July 25th, Santiago Apostle