Some of Spain’s Most Beautiful Beaches Are Here
Forget the Costa del Sol or the Costa Dorada; Galicia is home to some of Spain’s best beaches. Galicia borders both the Atlantic Ocean and the Cantabrian Sea, meaning that it has around 1,200 kilometres (746 miles) of coastline, and is home to many spectacular beaches. Playa de Rodas, in the Islas Cies, is one of the most picturesque.
The End of the Earth Is Here
Located in the province of A Coruña, along the Coasta da Morte (Coast of Death) you’ll find Finisterre, which means ‘the end of the Earth’. The westernmost point in Spain, it was once thought to be the end of the world, but the Azores Islands in Portugal are now known to be Europe’s westernmost point.