Galicia GuideGalicia is both an "autonomous community" and a "historical nation" in Spain. The capital is Santiago de Compostela, and the largest city is Vigo. Galicia was one of the central points for Western European Megalithic Culture, and physical remains are still visible today. HotelsFind hotels in Santiago de Compostela, Pontevedra, Vigo, A Coruna, Baiona and more.
Popular in GaliciaSantiago de CompostelaSantiago de Compostela is the capital city of Galicia, Spain, and one of the most important places in Catholicism because it is reputed to be the place where St. PontevedraPontevedra is the capital city of the province of the same name, one of four that make up Galicia, an autonomous community within Spain.
In GaliciaVigoVigo is the largest city in Galicia Spain. Galician language, Portuguese, Castilian. A CoruñaA Coruña is located in Galicia, Spain. The A Coruña airport is located in the Culleredo municipal limits, 8 km from A Coruña. BaionaBaiona is a town 20km south of Vigo in Galicia, Spain. Baiona is a small town in the south part of Vigo Ría. O GroveO Grove is a coastal town in Galicia, in the heart of the Rías Baixas. O Grove is a town located in the peninsula of the same name, some 30km west of Pontevedra. CombarroCombarro is a village in Galicia. Bus from Pontevedra signed for O Grove. It is not at all clear where to alight and you should ask before you get too far! MurosMuros is a town in Galicia. Bus from Santiago de Compostela. The bus ride is a very pleasant part of a visit to the town, in its own right. RibadaviaRibadavia is a town in Galicia. It might appeal for a first night stay as the Talgo is quite late arriving at these better known places. LugoLugo is in Galicia, NW of Spain. Lugo is a really safe place to visit like Galicia in general, however some caution never hurts. TuyTui is a town in Galicia in Spain. Bus from Vigo to A Guarda. Train but Tui station only serves trains from Vigo into Portugal; not into the rest of Spain. FisterraFisterra is a town in Galicia. Fisterra is believed to be the most western point of Europe, and the alternative finishing point for the Camino de Santiago.