Rolling green fields reflect the Celtic heritage that permeates throughout this region giving it a cultural heritage that’s distinct from the rest of Spain. Its craggy coastline dominates, but is interspersed with tucked away-secluded sandy beaches.
The jewel in the region’s crown is Santiago de Compostela. Its unspoilt medieval core dlights visitors as they explore its labyrinth of ancient alleyway. It is the final stage of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route.
Whether you want to join the tourists and visit Torre de Hercules, a lighthouse dating from Roman times, or explore off the beaten track and sample the area’s superb seafood (regarded as the best in Spain), I’ll create the perfect experience for you.