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Advice on Galicia-Asturias itinerary

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I'm in the beginning stages of planning a trip (and convincing Mrs. Egbert) to Galicia next summer.
We've never been to this part of Spain. Our interests would be beautiful places near the coast, really nice beaches, really good seafood, and maybe some culture and a bit of Asturias. My first draft is:

Fly Boston to Madrid to Santiago for 2 nights. Rent a car and drive to Muros, Carnota (beach), and Finisterre for one night. Then to Ribadeo or Rinlo for one or two nights. Then Gijon for two (drop off car), on to Leon or Salamanca for 2 nights and back to Madrid for a couple nights.

Should we just stay in Galicia and visit the southern part, Ribera Sacra and more inland spots?
I would welcome anyone's two cents, opinions etc. on this rough beginning of an itinerary. Thanks!

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