Galicia is an Autonomous Community or region that is full of character, filled with places to discover and, in general, a place full of unique experiences that allow tourists to soak up in the culture of this place.
It is also one of the most visited regions and, no wonder, since its landscapes, together with the natural and cultural heritage, and its succulent and worldwide famous gastronomy, make Galicia the perfect destination to enjoy your holidays.
It is divided into four provinces which are A Coruña, Lugo, Orense and Pontevedra, with the capital of this province located in Santiago de Compostela. And, moreover, you also need to add to this list the fact that it is also surrounded by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, and the Cantabrian Sea.
In addition to being a territory located in the Iberian Peninsula, Galicia has several islands that belong to its territory, and that you will also be able to visit.
Finally, you should also know that it has its own official language, Galician, which coexists with Spanish.
What to see
Galicia is historically a place where culture has always been deeply rooted in each of the areas that make it up, so we encourage you to visit some of the charming villages scattered all over the region.
Moving forward along this route, some of the most important spots are those you will encounter near the capital, with the cathedral as its main attraction, and where it will not be strange to run into some pilgrims who have finally reached the end of the famous pilgrimage of the Camino de Santiago.
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