Galicia

Already thinking about your summer plans? Always looking for music events? Good food and nice landscapes are also part of your searching? Then you may be a Music Tourism Addict. Check out these different types of music festivals. Jazz, Classical Music, Indie, Folk or Flamenco music can be found in Spain during this summer. Enjoy¡...
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Wine has been present in Spain since the arrival of the Phoenicians, hundreds of years ago. This drink has been placed at the center of many celebrations throughout our history. The wine goes very well with food but, now also, with music and tourism. More and more tourists are traveling to know and taste the...
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The spiritual side of the way. All pilgrims have one or several reasons to do the Camino de Santiago. Some undertake it for religious reasons and others simply to find their spiritual “I”. But nevertheless what they all have in common is that they get to know themselves much better. Going through the Camino de...
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Spain is full of festivals. The weather, food, Heritage and its people makes this country a wonderful place to show all kinds of music. If you like bag pipes, we have the perfect event for you: Ortigueira Festival in Galicia (July 16-19) Galicia is the north western region of Spain, famous for being the end...
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Galicia is more than the Way of St. James. Orense is the province where you can jump into medicinal hot springs that will relax your body and prepare you for the many folk festivals around during the summer. Take a look to this offer for June. We call it Thermal Folk. What a nice combination....
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Short documentary directed by David Beriain on the history by Serxio Ces, percebeiro Cedeira, Galicia. Synopsis: Winds blowing, the sea hitting the cliffs. Barnacles grow at the very limit of the dangerous rocky shore where the sea expresses its rage and fierceness. Serxo and his mates walks through powerful waves. Courage and fear against common...
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A unique voice, deep and anguished,Carmen Navasal Pérez, better known as Señora Carmen, she was a popular cantareira (singer in galician) and member of the band “Malvela”. Mrs. Carmen was one of the most representative voices of traditional Galician music. She was founder and soloist of the popular music band Malvela. She climbed  on stage for the...
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Galicia, Spain. Scenes include the cathedral (the shrine of St. James) and the Pazo de Raxoi (Raxoi’s Palace) in the enchanting capital city of Santiago de Compostela; the newly designed Ciudad de la Cultura de Galicia (designed by renowned New York architect Peter Eisenman). Also, the lovely seaside town of Portosin; the preparation of one...
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