A Magical, Unspoilt Paradise just 2 hours from the UK
Visitors to Galicia will enjoy a spectacular landscape of deep river valleys, high mountain peaks and rugged natural coastline. A patchwork of lush green meadows, ancient deciduous forests and small conifer plantations are stitched together with a network of dry-stone walls, wooden fencing and unkempt thickets. Sprinkled over this idyllic landscape are the white washed walls of tiny hamlets and weathered granite blocks of stone built farmhouses.
Where culture and history walk hand in hand
From the pilgrimage city of Santiago de Compstela to the Roman walls surrounding Lugo, Galicia is steeped in history. Castles and cathedrals, monasteries and manor houses. Even in the height of summer, Galicia's modern infrastructure offer visitors stress-free driving on traffic-free highways.