Galicia covers exactly 29,574 km2 of Europe’s horizon. One cannot say that Galicia is small before one has explored it.
It is possible to sail along its 1,195 kilometres of coast, more than three hundred of which is composed of beaches, between the Ría de Ribadeo and the mouth of the Miño. The flooding of the river valleys forms part of the typical Galician landscape of the estuaries and gives a marine look to areas which would otherwise be part of the inland region. Continue reading »