Galicia and Asturias Travel Guide
Plan Your Galicia and Asturias Vacation
Spain's most Atlantic region is en route to nowhere, an end in itself. This magical, remote area is sure to pull at your heartstrings, so be prepared to fall in love. In Gallego they call the feeling morriña, a powerful longing for a person or place you've left behind.
Expect to feel at home in the region’s classic inns: they’re usually small, centuries-old, family-owned properties, with... read more
From the humblest of cafeterias to the hautest of dining rooms, chefs in Galicia, Asturias, and Cantabria emphasize the... read more
Things To Do in Galicia and Asturias
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
Experience gourmet heaven: The beautiful Santiago de Compostela is said to contain more restaurants and bars per square mile than... Read more
Galicia, Asturias, and Cantabria are famous for seafood and fish so fresh that chefs frown on drowning the inherent flavors in sauces and... Read more
Ninth-century sources have the apostle James preaching in northwest Iberia, not far from Fisterra. Herod beheaded him in AD 44 (Acts... Read more
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