A Coruña-Pazo de Mariñán-Puentedeume-Monastery of Caaveiro-Fragas del Eume
The Glass City, Balcony of the Atlantic all along its promenade. Hercules Tower, a Roman lighthouse, World Heritage, its science museums, Plaza de María Pita, the Marina galleries… are a must.
A large Galician “Pazo” (country house) featuring a French-style garden on the banks of the River Mandeo. Beautiful.
A beautiful seafaring town founded in the 13th century, fief of the noble Galician family called Andrade, full of history with the River Eume as a witness. Declared a historic-artistic site
A monastery in the middle of the solitary and impressive natural setting of Las Fragas del Eume Park, whose origin goes back to before the year 936. An exceptional place.
Impressive omelette and great roast meat. A classic but absolutely delicious.web:
An old seamen’s bar, very genuine and the omelette is a spectacle. Good rabbit stew and homemade free-range chicken. Four untidily arranged tables in a small space, but good food at a good price. Book in advance.
A new interpretation of the family business, which in addition to octopus, offers dishes featuring technique and originality. Surprising.
A classic of Coruña’s traditional cuisine. A must.
Its own personality for the new generation of Casa Pardo. Rigorous, respectful with the ingredients, contemporary cuisine in the Port of Coruña.
A recent Michelin star in Coruña. Contemporary auteur and avant-garde cuisine.
High-standard cuisine and great quality. You have to pay for it, but you do not go to this kind of restaurant every day.
Young chefs that cheerfully combine traditional and contemporary cuisine, with amusing and original touches.
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