A DEEP-ROOTED LAND OF WITCHES AND GOBLINS, Galicia has many legends that disturb its residents.
A Galicia Blog
From April, 2015
Octopus (Pulpo a feira)
WHY IS THE BEST OCTOPUS in Galicia (and Spain) found 60 kilometers from the ocean?
Galicia’s Bread Village
BREAD FROM CEA is the result of an artisanal process passed down from generation to generation.
Is there any truth in Galician clichés?
GALICIANS are said to be an indecisive people that never know if they are going up a staircase or down and that they always answer with a question or an “it depends”. The clichés about the idiosyncrasies of the people of this autonomous community are numerous and varied.
Watching It Rain in Galicia
Viendo llover en Galicia by Gabriel García Márquez was originally published in El País on 11 May 1983.