SPORTS AND LEISURE
For a small fee you can fish in one of the many rivers on, among others, trout and salmon.
If you like you can rent a boat to fish at sea or enjoy an organized fishing trip.
There are many relaxing and adventurous horseback riding holidays that you can book. You can make beautiful rides in the great outdoors in one of the beautiful nature parks of Galicia. Even riding the Camino on a horseback is possible. There are plenty of options for horse lovers. For those who want to work with horses and make a living out of it; we offer an equestrian centre for sale complete with stables for 80 horses, indoor and outdoor riding areas and including a house and a restaurant with apartment.
With 1.600 km of coastline and thousands of rivers and lakes, Galicia is a true paradise for water sports enthusiasts. Whether you like sailing, (wind) surfing, swimming, scuba diving, yachting or kayaking/canoeing. Looking for more challenging activities such as white water rafting, paragliding, rock climbing and cycling. It is even possible to ski in some places in the winter. This and much more is posible in Galicia.
For those who enjoy quiet activities, one can choose from countless hiking trails in enchanting and versatile natural surroundings. For golf enthusiasts there are around 16 golf clubs in Galicia. There is much to see and to do in Galicia. On your walks in the countryside you will see many traditional Galician stone houses.
Interested in finding a traditional stone house ready to move in or to restore.
We regularly enter new offers, use the advanced search buttons or check the home page frequently to make sure you don’t miss anything.
Music and festivities
There are many festivals in Galicia, each region, town and village has its own festivals and markets. Below just a few.
July yearly Festival Internacional de Musica Celta Ortigueira
Festival Internacional de Musica Celta Ortigueira .Video Promocional 2016 — COMPARTEO ¡¡¡¡
Geplaatst door Galiza op Maandag 21 maart 2016
Yearly Roman and Celtic festival in Arde Lucus (Lugo)
The city of Lugo was known to the Romans as Lucus Augusti.
This festival looks back on the past to pay homage to its origins. During the three days festival which takes place every year mid-June, people wear clothing inspired by Roman times, from gowns to Roman centurion costumes. There are many Roman and Celtic activities within the city walls but also elsewhere in Galicia.
Folklore dance group in A Coruña celebrating the new wine.
Flower carpets in the streets of Ponteareas during the festivity of Corpus Christi
Catoira Pontevedra Viking festival
More tourist information https://www.turismo.gal/inicio