Galicia Travel Guide

Galicia is Situated in the north-west nook of the Iberian Peninsula, Galicia is a far-fetched corner of Spain that is entangled closely with the Atlantic Ocean. The coastline of the Atlantic Ocean is relatively long with numerous as (coastal inlets) and threaded with exotic beaches, daunting cliffs, picturesque islands and old fishing ports from where best quality sea fishes are distributed in all over Spain. Inland is full of various shaded green valleys and lofty mountains, inundated with stone-built ancient villages, centuries-old monasteries, famous vineyards and many farmhouses from where top-quality meat is served on Galician tables.

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Galicia is an extraordinary region boasting of its own language and distinct culture. It is also the home of Spain’s most beautiful city Santiago.

The Best Time to Visit Vigo

Best time to visit Vigo Vigo is a city with a well-cultured setting and is gritty as well as highly affordable thus making it an ideal getaway location for tourists from all walks of life. The Galician city has a...

How to get to Vigo

Vigo By Air All international flights to Vigo land at the Vigo-Peinador International Airport, which is located 15 km from the heart of the city. The airport serves national routes from Bilbao, Madrid and Barcelona with Iberia and Vueling. Ryanair...

Holidays and Festivals in Vigo

The events and festivals in Vigo are fewer as compared to those in other Spanish cities. This is because Vigo is a newer and more recent city and as such does not have many historical festivals. Most of the festival...

Top 9 things to do in Vigo

Vigo enjoys an oceanic climate all year round with its summers being warmer and winters colder than other regions that experience the same climate.  This makes the city a great destination for tourists from around the world. Here are some...