What do you think if we keep proposing destinations for the next vacation? Whether you are thinking about Easter or summer, we encourage you not to rule out any corner of Spain. And we are lucky to live in a country full of attractions: beautiful natural parks, important historical monuments, impressive cities ... Of course, one of the things we like the most is that they can be found throughout the territory towns With a lot of charm.
In Hard Hobbit To Break we have already told you about the most beautiful towns in many corners of the country (Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Cantabria, Catalonia, La Rioja ...), but we have many more locations to show you. For example, today we want to talk to you about Galicia, an autonomous community that offers impressive landscapes, exquisite cuisine, history and culture. Will you accompany us to discover the most beautiful villages in this incomparable place?
We want to start by talking about Combarro, an original and picturesque enclave located about six kilometers from Pontevedra. Built on granite by the sea, this town is situated in a location privileged and it preserves an urban structure and an architectural style typical of the 18th and 19th centuries. You will be surprised by its historical set.
Another town that can not miss on this list is Allariz, located about 11 kilometers from Ourense. You will love its old town, its landscapes, its churches, the atmosphere of the streets and, of course, its offer gastronomic. Also, do not forget the Arnoia river, which offers beautiful views. On the other hand, we want to highlight that Allariz received the European Prize for Urban Planning for the project to recover its historic center.
We also want to tell you about Cambados, a beautiful villa located in the Rías Baixas de Pontevedra. Cradle of Alvariño, this fishing village will enchant you as much for its gastronomy as for its environment and culture. Among its many attractions we want to highlight the San Sadurniño Tower that you can see in the image.
The next town on our list is Tui, an enclave located on the banks of the Miño river that preserves a beautiful old town in the highest area. As you can see for yourself in the image, highlight the Cathedral, which looks more like a fortress. The view from the tower is beautiful.
Mondoñedo is located on the Camino de Santiago, in the province of Lugo, and has an important history behind it. In fact, it must be taken into account that it was the capital of Kingdom of Galicia. Its cathedral, the episcopal palace, the beach of Spain and its palaces, the hospital of San Pablo and the Fuente Vella stand out, among many other interesting places.
We could not forget Muros, a coastal town located 71 kilometers from Santiago de Compostela. It stands out, how could it be otherwise, its old town, which has been declared Well of Cultural Interest. If you have the opportunity to visit this enclave you will not be able to miss its squares and alleys and the maritime arcades.
We also want to tell you about Ribadavia, the former headquarters of the Kingdom of Galicia. This town of Ourense is closely linked to wine and the Jewish town. In fact, the Jewry This town is the most important in Galicia.
Finally, we want to tell you about O Cebreiro, a small village located on the French road of the Jacobean route. It is surprising for the set of stone houses with a straw that, curiously, they were inhabited until very recently. In addition, it should be borne in mind that the locality has a Grail that many consider holy or miraculous.
A Walk through a tiny mountain village in Galicia Spain (April 2021)
- Galicia, towns