A place with thousands of years of history, where you will find many small towns amidst beautiful natural spaces. Galicia is a region full of beautiful hidden corners that will invite you to discover them at every turn. Experience inland Galicia through rural tourism.
This is the old seat of the Kingdom of Galicia, which is still full of life with a wealth of medieval architectural treasures linked by cobbled streets, such as the Castle of the Counts of Ribadavia, its Jewish quarter, the oldest in Galicia, the Convent of Santo Domingo or its spacious town square.
As you approach this city, the capital of the Ribeira Sacra, the first thing that will grab your attention will be the Monumental Complex of San Vicente del Pino, which dates from the 16th century. In the centre you will also find several architecturally significant buildings, such as the Poor Clares' Convent and the College of Nuestra Señora la Antigua.
Very close to Santiago de Compostela, you will find this small town with a medieval feel. Here you will discover the oldest collection of tombstones in Europe, stroll through cobbled streets and cross the Ponte Nafonso bridge. You can also visit the Church of San Martiño, a medieval gothic gem in a style reminiscent of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
Close to the Portuguese border, and on the banks of the river Miño, you will find a small, charming walled town. One of the capitals of the former Kingdom of Galicia, this town is a must-see thanks to its many fortified churches and the Tui Cathedral, surrounded by a spectacular wall.
These are some of the many towns in inland Galicia that you will discover on your rural holiday.