Galician and Spanish are spoken in Galicia. In this autonomous region of Spain we can discover beautiful corners, such as the Sierra da Capelada in northern Galicia, where one of the highest cliffs in Europe is located, with the highest peak Vixía Herbeira, at least 620 meters high.
In Galicia you can enjoy not only the spectacular coastal landscape, but also the rich cuisine specializing in seafood. In Galicia there are all kinds of seafood: barnacles, octopuses, mussels, etc.
The Seafood Festival has been held in O Gove for over 50 years. Every year, this community of Rías Baixas, in Galicia, welcomes some 200,000 adults and children who enjoy the best seafood in the world.
Andalusia is the most populated region of Spain. It is a warm and culturally rich countryside, uniting the heritage of many peoples who inhabited the region as Iberians, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines or Castilians. The traces of these very different civilizations can be seen in the unique historical and natural sights of Andalusia. In many of them we can see the legacy of the Umayyad Caliphate, the dynasty that conquered almost the entire Iberian peninsula called Al-Andalus: Cordoba, the then capital, is home to three UNESCO patrimony places: the Mezquita (mosque), the archaeological sites of the city of Medina Azahara and the historical centre of Cordoba. But other Andalusian cities were also a reference for the peaceful coexistence of Christians, Muslims and Jews and are visited by thousands of people who enjoy their beautiful places full of history and culture every year. The Alcazar of Seville and the Alhambra in Granada are two of the most important landmarks of the Andalusian heritage.