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Surrounded by never-ending coastlines and impressive mountains, Galicia holds everything that anyone who loves nature, food and history could ever want.

Galicia is a paradise for the eyes and the palate: it brings together many of the most impressive natural landscapes in Spain and is famous for its shellfish, wines and liqueurs. From Celtic remnants to the long-standing tradition of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, you'll find a range of singular locations for a truly unique trip.

If you opt for one of our low-cost Galicia holidays, don't miss its historical cities: Santiago de Compostela, the journey's end of the Way of Saint James pilgrimage since the Middle Ages, is a labyrinth of medieval streets around the Cathedral of Santiago. Let Galicia surprise you with the other jewels it has to offer, like the walls of Lugo or the city of Orense, with its rivers, bridges and outdoor thermal springs that are only a stone's throw from the old city.

If you like hiking, Galicia will leave you speechless. Walk through lush, leafy forests and past bucolic waterfalls in the incredible Fragas do Eume nature reserve, contemplate the steep drop of theCanón do Sil canyon and feel the strength of the waves as you wander over the peninsula of Estaca de Bares, the most northernmost point of the Iberian Peninsula.

Galicia holidays are always a festival of food: sample the freshest shellfish at its lively bars and restaurants, fill up on hearty tapas and empanadas, and wash it all down with the wines that make this region famous: Albariño, Ribeiro and Godello.

Galicia surprises many for its Celtic tradition, which you can experience at its fullest at the Ortigueira Festival held in July each year. Wander through the impressive ruins of Celtic forts and feel the magic of the meigas (witches according to local tradition), by participating in the ritual of the queimada.

If you book a flight + hotel to Galicia, you can travel to one of its three airports, Lavacolla (Santiago de Compostela), Alvedro (A Coruña) and Peinador (Vigo) and stay at one of the best hotels in the region at cheap prices.

Galicia is a pleasure for all the senses and leaves an unforgettable mark: it's no wonder that the most famous word in the Galician language is morriña, meaning nostalgia for the land.

Popular cities in Galicia

Santiago de Compostela showing heritage architecture and a city
Santiago de Compostela
Known for Historical Buildings, Cathedrals and Culture

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Reasons to visit

  • Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
    Santiago de Compostela Cathedral
  • Obradoiro Square
    Obradoiro Square
  • San Martino Pinario Monastery
    San Martino Pinario Monastery
Bueu
Known for Nature, Islands and Natural Parks

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Reasons to visit

  • Ría de Pontevedra
    Ría de Pontevedra
Galicia featuring heritage architecture, a square or plaza and a statue or sculpture
La Coruna
Known for Beaches, Historical Buildings and Walking

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Vigo showing a coastal town and a lake or waterhole
Vigo
Known for Ports, Sea and Business

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O Grove
Known for Islands, Monuments and Aquariums

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Cangas
Known for Friendly People, Beaches and Family-friendly

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