Its capital, Santiago de Compostela is the final destination on the Way of Saint James, the famous pilgrim route. For this reason alone it is worth visiting this region in Green Spain. You will love its landscapes full of green wooded valleys, and its amazing beaches. All along the length of its coastline, bathed by the Cantabrian Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, you will find areas of spectacular cliffs like those on A Costa da Morte, or the incredible Islas Atlánticas National Park. Galicias delicious gastronomy is one of its strong points, and features a variety of typical produce and dishes, including its shellfish (Dublin Bay prawns, king prawns, king scallops, mussels, scallops, lobsters, crabs), veal, octopus a feira (with potatoes), gammon with turnip greens or the almond tart known as tarta de Santiago. And to drink what could be better than two of its most famous wines, Ribeiro and Albariño (which each have their own Wine Route) or the popular queimada (alcoholic spirits set alight in an earthenware bowl according to the typical ritual)?