A Coruña Holiday Travel Information

La Coruna, or A Coruna, is a historic port city on the coast of Galicia in the northwest of Spain . It's also a beach town, busy commercial center, and modern city with a buzzing nightlife. Of touristic interest, the Tower of Hercules is a Roman lighthouse and said to …

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Things to see and do in A Coruña

Jon Díez Fotografía | FlickrTower of Hercules
Tower of Hercules
Juan Actis | Trip by SkyscannerPlaya de Riazor
Playa de Riazor
Juan Actis | Trip by SkyscannerPlaza de María Pita
Plaza de María Pita
jl.cernadas | FlickrMonte De San Pedro
Monte De San Pedro
Juan Actis | Trip by SkyscannerPaseo Marítimo
Paseo Marítimo
Andrés Suárez García | FlickrÉzaro Waterfall (Cascada de Ézaro)
Ézaro Waterfall (Cascada de Ézaro)
mariosp | FlickrMonte San Pedro Elevator (Ascensor del Monte San Pedro)
Monte San Pedro Elevator (Ascensor del Monte San Pedro)
Juan Actis | Trip by SkyscannerEstatua de Breogan
Estatua de Breogan
Juan Actis | Trip by SkyscannerJardín De San Carlos
Jardín De San Carlos
Juan Actis | Trip by SkyscannerPlaya de las Lapas
Playa de las Lapas

Reviews of A Coruña

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford

This is a busy energetic Spanish city with great markets and architecture. The city is also well known for its characteristic glazed window balconies, called galerías. They have tourist walks by following colored lines. Check out the markets and the food.

Macarena P
Macarena PLondon

A Courña is the capital city in the province, 1 hour drive from Cedeira. Nice old harbor-marina and city centre.

Stephen Bugno
Stephen BugnoAnchorage

A seaside city on the coast of Galicia in northwest Spain known for its fresh seafood.

Daniel Mason-D'Croz
Daniel Mason-D'CrozBrisbane

La coruña is an important Galician port city. It doesn't have the tourist draw that Santiago does, but it is still an interesting city to visit. It has a bit more of an edge which goes along well with its more industrial/shipping based economy

Nearby destinations

Santiago de Compostela