A Coruña (Province)
It is located in the region of Galicia in northwest Spain. Its Costa da Morte (Coast of Death) is an area of important marine ecosystems, with steep cliffs, dunes and fishing villages with traditional lighthouses and beaches.
The characteristic inland landscape features mountains and green valleys. Highlights include nature areas such as the As Mariñas Coruñesas e Terras do Mandeo biosphere reserve, the Fraguas de Eume nature reserve, the Corrubedo dune complex and the Carregal and Vixán lagoons.
What to visit
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Places not to be missed
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