The rugged and remote region of Galicia in the far north-west corner of Spain has strong celtic origins, and is steeped
in folklore and tradition. Its capital, Santiago de Compostela, is one of Spain's
most beautiful and most visited cathedral towns. It is, of course, the destination for pilgrims following the Camino de Santiago. Along its coastline, which
is indented with fjord-like rías (estuaries), Galicia has many stunning
beaches and picturesque fishing villages. In this region you can find many
small country hotels, mostly family owned, which are featured on our website.