Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela



If there is something captivating about this region, apart from its varied landscapes, it is authenticity. Galicia is overflowing with green and sea, forests and saltpetre, legends, and trails.

The end of a thousand-year-old Way and beginning of many others. Galicia is the kind of place you also end up coming back to. And what better time for visiting than this 2022 Holy Year


Santiago de Compostela is the objective of a thousand-year-old pilgrim route: the Camino de Santiago, which has transformed this corner of the finis terrae since the 19th century into a meeting place of the Western world.

Santiago de Compostela’s attractions include factors such as the exceptional conservation of its heritage, the quality of its hotels and its excellent cultural facilities, its gastronomy, communications, or the city’s international renown as a cultural and spiritual destination. However, its visitors especially highlight the vitality of the city, the authenticity of the experience, and the hospitality of its residents.

According to UNESCO, Santiago de Compostela is “beyond the shadow of a doubt one of the world heritage’s most obvious properties… an ideal city which is overflowing with history and timeless as well.” The Cathedral, its medieval squares, and streets form one of Europe’s most beautiful urban images.

A city of emotional beauty and centuries-old hospitality. More than a thousand years of experience endorse Compostela in receiving and looking after visitors. Not many destinations can say the same.

Santiago is grandiose in its short distances. Although it is the capital of Galicia, a Holy City, and European Capital of Culture, its small size, its everyday simplicity, and its safety make it a friendly, charming and warm city that is easy to understand and visit, where everyone fits in.

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