Thousands of pilgrims walk kilometres to arrive further than the end: Finisterre.
Walk around with the eyes of an architect
Thousands of kilometres of coastline define countless types of sea limits.
A great diversity of heritage located in unbeatable locations
New projects by internationally recognized and local architects.
New homes create new ways of inhabitating Galician heritage.
New cultural buildings in the heart of historic towns as the Museum of Pilgrimage by the architect Manuel Gallego Jorreto in Plaza de Platerías in Santiago de Compostela.
The atlantic coast is the most populated area, however between the hundreds of villages, sandy beaches offer an extensive variety of landscapes.
How to arrive to Galicia
By plane // Santiago de Compostela, Vigo and A Coruña airports offer international flights from different european cities as well as daily connexions with other Spanish cities. If no direct flight is available, you can reach Galicia via Madrid-Barajas or Barcelona-El Prat. The previous links go to the Aena website to have an updated and detailed list of all the destinations and companies operating in each airport.
- Amsterdam (Vueling)
- Basel (Easy Jet)
- Berlin (Vueling)
- Brussels (Vueling)
- Dublin (Aer Lingus, march 29th – august 26th)
- Dusseldorf (Vueling)
- Frankfurt Hahn (Ryanair)
- Geneve (Easy Jet)
- Istambul (Turkish Airlines)
- London (Vueling /Ryanair)
- Milano-Bergamo (Ryanair, april-october)
- Munich (Vueling)
- Paris (Vueling)
- Rome (Vueling/ Easy Jet)
- Zurich (Swiss Air/ Vueling)
Paris (Air France)
By train // Please visit renfe website to check all the connections with Spain and Portugal.
Information updated on February 2015