Jutting defiantly into the Atlantic on the north-western corner of Spain, Galicia is a far cry from the country’s typical costas. On a misty morning among the green hills and valleys, beside one of the characteristic granite roadside crosses, you could.
Galicia’s spiritual and cultural centre is Santiago de Compostela, the medieval city that is journey’s end for walkers on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. But Galicia is more than its capital – it is a unique province with a wild coastline and.
Travel sparks the tastebuds, and that's what happened to chef Greg Martin of Bistro Menil in Montrose. A half dozen trips to Spain over the past several ... new wines such as albarino and mencia from the Galicia region and red blends from Catalonia.
in Spain!!! Woo hoo!!! Though sad to leave Morocco ... Back to the hostal for a bit of a late siesta - we seem to tire quite easily now, since Moroccan travel was definitely a lot harder than we expected, and has beat up our bodies pretty good.
The teams who travel the second and next furthest distances are both from Galicia: Celta Vigo (32,534km) and Deportivo La Coruna (30,768km), who are both a fair way away from the rest of teams in Spain's top division. On the other hand, the Madrid-based.
The courtyard was a riot of hydrangeas (Galicia's omnipresent flower ... I drove to Cambados for a day, where I sat in Plaza de Fefiñáns - surely one of Spain's most attractive squares, an open-air drawing room in warm, grey stone - and drank a glass.
What most people see as a metal crate on wheels, the Truck Art Project sees as an empty canvas ready to be filled. In Spain, transportation vehicles are being handed over to local artists to have them transformed into a moving gallery. The aim of the.
“About three years ago, I felt this calling to walk the Camino Frances trail that starts at the France/Spain border ... Upon researching the trip, Marshall read suggestions from travel guides and columns telling hikers to bring a stone from your.
De Diego says Japanese fleets are the main culprits—but another fishing tour guide, George Luis Chang of Pesca Travel, a fishing tour company that leads fishing trips throughout Spain, says commercial fishermen have been selected as a scapegoat for Spain.
The paucity of Britons is, no doubt, partly to do with Galicia's reputation for being the wettest part of Spain. But in July and August, Galicia really doesn't get that much rain: other parts of "Green Spain", such as Cantabria, are in fact wetter.