Romantic Things to Do in Province of A Coruna

Top Couples' Activities & Romantic Things to Do in Province of A Coruna, Spain

Best Romantic Things to Do in Province of A Coruna for Couples

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  • AndyP1998
    Wakefield, UK802 contributions
    Many tourists will be surprised not the top attraction cos this is the reason, including us, why you come here. However you read the reviews, listen to your tour guide and speak to people, and you appreciate the amazing journey pilgrims have made to get here. Architecturally the exterior is amazing, the internal more affluent than we were expecting. Make sure you walk round the old town. Adds to a very enjoyable day
    Written May 2, 2022
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  • David A
    Sacramento, CA44 contributions
    Beautiful and interesting. For a few Euros you can take a walk to the top of the tower for a spectacular view. If you get time and weather permits, there is a stunning little beach at the base of the tower. A must in your visit to A Coruña!
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • Robert B
    1 contribution
    Just completed a section of the Camino de Santiago courtesy of Walks in Spain: Sarria to Santiago approx 120k in 6 days. The original trip was planned for 2020 but deferred twice due to Covid. Walks in Spain carried over our deposit & schedule with no fuss. The whole experience was fabulous thanks to Walks in Spain who booked all hotels & Pazos en route, arranged luggage transfers & provided easy-to-follow guidance with recommendations for cafe/beer stops & sights of interest en route.
    Fellow pilgrims were friendly & we were uber-lucky with the weather. Reaching Santiago was a truly amazing achievement.
    So if you’re planning a pilgrimage then Paul at Walks in Spain is your man!
    Written May 2, 2022
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  • Davide G
    Palermo, Italy3,259 contributions
    Amazing treasure, way bigger and richer than I expected. Full of amazing churches and squares, this old town is a masterpieces made during centuries, that will leave you speachless.
    Written November 16, 2021
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  • Máire C
    Doha, Qatar90 contributions
    This is a lovely walk which, on a clear say, gives fantastic views of Coruña. The walk uphill only takes approx 20 minutes. 45 minutes if you walk from Pontevedra. We packed a lovely picnic to enjoy up there which I'd recommend, but there appears to be a nice restaurant there too. Would love to try this walk out at sunset!
    Written March 16, 2022
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  • Linda Y
    Frisco, TX5,194 contributions
    The original Botafumeiro, dating to 1851, is the largest censor in the world. When full, it weighs in at a mere 150 pounds, is over 5 feet in height, and has a golden sheen. Another large silver-colored censor or thurible (called “La Alcachofa”) dates to 1971. The censor is attached to a rope hung from a pulley mechanism in the dome on the roof of the church. Eight red-robed tiraboleiros pull the ropes and bring it into a swinging motion almost to the roof of the side naves reaching speeds of 45 mph and dispensing thick clouds of incense. The Botafumeiro is normally only swung on Holy Days such as Christmas and Easter and Pilgrim’s Masses during Jubilee years. I’d already attended two Masses and while it hung over the altar, it wasn’t used. Much to my delight and amazement, the Botafumeiro was swung at the conclusion of the final Sunday Mass I attended. While Mass is a solemn event, the audience became downright gleeful watching this performance! Pictures don’t do it justice.
    Written February 3, 2022
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  • belgianguy1
    Bruges, Belgium11,146 contributions
    Historic and impressive square...the end of our 5 week Camino...main building here is the cathedral of course...not crowded at all when we were here, late march
    Written March 30, 2022
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  • Izzysaunders
    London, UK351 contributions
    My boyfriend and I decided to fill a cloudy day of our holiday in Galicia with a coastal walk and came across O Camiño dos Faros. We chose to walk the section from Corme to Balarés and back which was perfect for an afternoon out. We’re fairly active and in our 30s and it took us about 1h 40 each way. Huge bonus that there was a restaurant by the beach Balarés which served delicious seafood. We also only bumped into another 3 walkers on that section of the route, it was very peaceful. Would highly recommend!
    Written August 27, 2019
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  • David A
    Sacramento, CA44 contributions
    Such a beautiful and clean plaza. Full of energy and delicious restaurants and boutique shops. Swing by and spend a shot or long amount of time. Perfect area if you are near the crusie ship terminal.
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • Mike V
    Guernsey, UK417 contributions
    If you are in Galicia this is a must visit. The Spanish know it as “ the end of the world” and it’s a wonderfully scenic place. Great for interesting photos of the land and seascapes. The lighthouse is great to see and to truly understand the full meaning of what you see you should pre read the history. The last distance marker of the Camino Fisterra shows as 0.00 kms to the end.
    Written April 19, 2022
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  • Lisa B
    Dublin, Ireland39 contributions
    Wow ! So this ended up being our hotel on arrival at Santiago de Compostela. We had no idea we were going to be so blown away. What a place. It is an absolutely stunning hotel with more history in one corridor than you would find on a floor In some museums ! Just wonderful - a real real treat and a hotel to remember for a lifetime.
    Also the staff were amazing - very helpful, professional and friendly from the ladies at reception to all in the bar and restaurants and the gentleman who were at the door and helped with luggage - just fantastic
    Written April 4, 2022
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  • JCSalty
    38 contributions
    Loved this castel.... We drove from Ferrol early and were prob first to arrive... These was a lack of info but we'll made up for in the freedom to wander and explore this huge Fort... Well worth the drive out from Ferrol... Highly recommend... If you have a bent for history do a little research yourself first
    Written June 5, 2019
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  • Linda Y
    Frisco, TX5,194 contributions
    Cape Finisterre is not the end of the earth nor the westernmost point of continental Europe, but there are other reasons why you should visit. Finisterre is one of the final destinations for pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago, the Way of Saint James. I had just completed the Portuguese Camino and wanted to see the route that extends to the sea. Legend says that pilgrims ritually burnt their clothes on the rocks here before beginning their journey home. I didn’t see any proof of that, but you will see an ‘iron boot’ and a 0.0 km marker that makes for great photo ops. Besides being a place of pilgrimage, including numerous pre-Christian sacred locations, Cape Finisterre has a lighthouse and an interesting maritime history. But the number one reason to come here: the dramatic scenery! Tall cliffs drop to meet waves crashing below, and if you are up to it, there’s plenty of rock climbing to be had (careful, it is steep, watch the kids). On a clear day, you can’t beat the panoramic views of the rugged coastline and endless horizon. I visited with Tour Galicia. I would have skipped the lunch break in Fisterra to stay here longer.
    Written February 4, 2022
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  • Linda Y
    Frisco, TX5,194 contributions
    This large, lovely park borders the old town and was only a short stroll from my hotel. The park is much more than just a green space, with beautiful monuments, sculptured gardens, and the most magnificent view of the Cathedral’s west façade from the Miradoiro da Catedral. Another highlight – the delightfully contemporary sculpture of As Duas Marias.
    Written February 3, 2022
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  • Linda Y
    Frisco, TX5,194 contributions
    A full day tour of Finisterre and the Costa da Morte with Tour Galicia included a visit at this scenic waterfall located on the Xallas River. It’s visible from the small marina, but you can follow a wooden walkway to the foot of the falls for a close-up view (less scenic is the nearby power plant). Multiple streams of water cascade over sculpted rock formations and hillside. I’m guessing the waterflow is controlled at the upstream reservoir, so perhaps the water flow fluctuates. What I saw is picturesque and a nice addition to the day’s itinerary for a short stop.
    Written February 4, 2022
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