Galicia and Asturias Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Galicia and Asturias - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Santiago de Compostela 10

A Coruña 8

Llanes 7

Santander 5

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Santillana del Mar 3

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Ribadesella 2

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Castillo de San Antón

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At the northeastern tip of the old town is St. Anthony's Castle, a 16th-century fort that houses A Coruña's Museum of Archaeology.

Colexiata de Santa María do Campo

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Called "St. Mary of the Field" because the building was once beyond the city's walls, this Romanesque beauty dates to the mid-13th century.

Iglesia de Santiago

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This 12th-century church, the oldest church in A Coruña, was the first stop on the camino inglés (English route) toward Santiago...

Museo de Belas Artes da Coruña

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Housed in a converted convent on the edge of the old town, this fine art museum has French, Spanish, and Italian paintings from the 16th...

Paseo Marítimo

  • Promenade/Boardwalk

To see why sailors once nicknamed A Coruña la ciudad de cristal (the glass city), stroll the Paseo Marítimo, said to be the longest...

Playas Orzán and Riazor

  • Beach–Sight

A Coruña's sweeping Paseo Marítimo overlooks two excellent, well-maintained beaches, Playa del Orzán and Playa de Riazor. These long...

Plaza de María Pita

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The focal point of the ciudad vieja (old town), this stirring plaza has a north side that's given over to the neoclassical Palacio...

Torre de Hércules

  • Nautical Site/Lighthouse

Much of A Coruña sits on a peninsula, on the tip of which sits this city landmark and UNESCO World Heritage Site—the oldest still-functioning...

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