Santiago de Compostela

Pedro Quiroga

01 August 2020

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The capital of the community of Galicia and a city of pilgrims full of history and mystery is how Santiago de Compostela is known. The whole city is a World Heritage Site and is one of the key points where pilgrims who make the Camino de Santiago arrive. What you have to do in this city besides walking through its streets and visiting the cathedral is to get to know its various historical monuments.



A small peninsula at the entrance to the Arosa estuary with the Isla de la Toja could be called Galicia’s seafood paradise

The seafood festival from October 4th to 14th



If you want to know what to see in Galicia near Pontevedra, here it is. Of all the beaches in the area, this is the most recommended. La Lanzada is one of the 5 best beaches to see in Galicia, and it is not to be missed.



Portonovo is a Galician coastal town that belongs to the municipality of Sanxenxo in the region of O Salnés, in the estuary of Pontevedra. It is located in a spectacular natural environment in the Rias Baixas and in front of the National Park of the Atlantic Islands.



COMBARRO, in general terms we can say that it is distributed in two well differentiated zones, one of them is the street or lane that crosses the coast next to the boats and the food and souvenirs shops. And the other part is the highest corresponding to the old town where we find some steep streets and old houses.


For us this mythical city is one of the most beautiful in all of Galicia. Walking through the streets of its old town is a real delight but this is not only for us. Due to the good conservation of the city besides being all the old town only pedestrian it is considered like one of the most comfortable European cities to live. What stands out about Pontevedra is its urban quality, mobility and accessibility, but this is not the only award it has received. All this has made it a city of example and model at a national and international level.

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