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History of Galicia (in short)

Since 1469 Galicia belongs to the Kingdom of Spain.
There were several wars including the Netherlands in the Ría de Vigo and the port of La Coruna. The Civil War under the regime of Franco.

In 1978, a provisional autonomy was proclaimed and in June of that year the Gallic parties presented a new project for a new statute of autonomy in the Spanish Parliament. This Statute entered into force in 1981.

Galicia or Galiza as they say in Gallego (Gallego  is the language of the region), is located in the far northwest of Spain. The mountains run all the way through to the sea, hence the beautiful jagged cliffs.

There are several freshwater rivers that flow into the sea which are called "Rias". There are the Rias Altas and the Rias Bajas, ie upper and lower estuaries. In these estuaries are many natural harbors with lots of fishing fleet and marinas.

The four autonomous provinces of Galicia are : Pontevedra, A Coruña, Lugo and Ourense.

Ourense does not border the sea, like the other provinces, but has a spectacular ravine, the Cañon del Sil. The other provinces have such beautiful beaches, hórreos (grain storage sheds on stilts), ancient castles and other historic landmarks.

Nowadays we have many highways in Galicia so you can drive easily through the mountains. A dozen years ago it was a bit like ancient times.



Just had a two night stay here and it was wonderful. The toilet/shower facilities were first class and spotlessly clean. Most pitches have a sea view that makes your stay even more relaxing. We ate here both nights having tapas on our first night then paella on our second night. I must say it both meals were among the best Spanish dishes I have had. Absolutely delicious and generous portions. The owner and his wife ( so sorry I didn’t catch their names ) couldn’t have been more welcoming and helpful throughout our stay. Some lovely walks around the campsite along the coastline to enjoy too. Highly recommend 5 stars from us

Steve Holloway

A lovely peaceful site with fantastic views and if you are lucky a sighting of dolphins from your pitch. The facilities are ultra modern and the owners friendly and helpful beyond belief.I give this site my highest recommendation


Dear guests, we would love it if you leave a message here, how your experience was on your stay on Monte Cabo.Or maybe an responce on the fotos of the campsite or on our facebook page.Thanking you in advance, Piet and Elly

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