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Make a holiday apartment in A Coruna your home away from home

A Coruna holiday homes are found in an exciting city with immaculate Atlantic beaches, fascinating heritage and an abundance of unspoiled nature just a few kilometres inland. In the summer it's well worth heading to an apartment in A Coruna to make the most of some of Spain's most spectacular beaches - what's great is that many are relatively unfrequented, especially those outside the towns and cities. The region's seafood is also incredibly fresh, and dining is a real joy in A Coruna. Holiday homes in A Coruna are tastefully decorated offering the conveniences you'll need, like internet and dishwashers.

Things to do

-Beaches. A Coruna has some gorgeous urban beaches, as well as great choices amid stunning natural scenery, just a little way outside the city. The best city beaches are Orzan and Riazor, both clean and sandy and benefitting from the bracing waters of the Atlantic. A great place to spend a day by the ocean is Arteixo, which has several beautiful beaches, including ones backed by sand dunes.

-Local history. One of A Coruna's chief landmarks is the Tower of Hercules, a lighthouse that has a history stretching back to Roman times. It's still in use today, making it the oldest working lighthouse in the world, and a UNESCO site. The city formed an important coastal defence for Spain, evidenced by the spectacular Renaissance Castelo de San Anton, which guards the entrance to the bay and now houses the city's archaeological museum.

-Inland scenery. Away from the coast, one of the best places to explore is the Rias Altas area, east of A Coruna. It's a landscape of green deciduous forest, with alder, oak and chestnut trees that can be experienced along paths that wend their way through a hilly landscape nourished by rivers. Especially scenic is the route that follows the River Cambas, taking you past waterfalls and natural pools.

-Santiago de Compostela. This city has held great signficance to many generations of Catholics, as it is journey's end on the Camino de Santiago, a pilgrimage route that covers much of western Europe. The centre here is crammed with historical significance, home to a cathedral, churches, monasteries and palaces, mostly in an ornate Baroque style. The cathedral is a must-see, blending early Romanesque, with gothic and baroque styles.

-Food and drink. The fish and seafood in A Coruna are considered sublime thanks to their perfect freshness. An example of a traditional local dish is pulpo a feira - octopus and potatoes, best accompanied by a glass of Albarino white wine. Many bars here will offer seafood as snacks, in the form of winkles and cockles, or you could opt for fine-dining and enjoy fabulous langoustine and lobster at marisquerias (shellfish restaurants).

Weather in A Coruna

A Coruna holiday apartments are in a part of Spain that has a temperate maritime climate that is strongly influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. From October to May there's quite a lot of rainfall, with between 15 and 20 wet days per month during this period. Throughout autumn, winter and spring the weather is mild but a little unsettled. The summer season brings much less rain, as well as moderate warmth, with highs in the low to mid-20s. There are 240 hours of sunshine per month in mid-summer, compared to 93 in December.

Travel to A Coruna

The closest airport is A Coruna (LCG), which handles mostly domestic traffic, but does have a couple of routes from Britain. The airport sits around nine kilometres south of the centre of A Coruna. Some visitors to A Coruna holiday accommodation may find it easier to use Santiago de Compostela Airport (SCQ), which is a little larger and has more connections to the UK. It's about 70 kilometres away from A Coruna, and reachable by car in just over 50 minutes. A Coruna also has inter-city rail links to Madrid, Barcelona and the Basque Country.

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Recent Reviews

Un pazo muy bonito y acogedor en una zona muy tranquila para dar largos paseos.

5 of 5
Mi familia y yo pasamos unas estupendas navidades en este precioso pazo. No le falta detalle y hay distintos ambientes para que disfrute todo el mundo. Rosa, la dueña, es encantadora y siempre dispuesta para hacerte la estancia de lo más agradable. Altamente recomendable. No dudamos en regresar en un futuro.
  • Review Submitted: Jan 11, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Dec 2016

Lovely house in a peaceful rural spot, but not too far from many things

5 of 5
The house is a stylish barn conversion. It is in a quite a rural spot, but that's fine and good for peace and quiet. Corunna and Santiago are pretty easy to get to as are the beaches. You do need a car. The house is comfortable and reasonably well equiped and is a lovely spot to relax in. On arrival it was perfectly clean and in great condition. We have an eighteen month old child and even with the stairs it was very friendly for her. There's also a nice terrace outside where she played. Some of the garden could be a bit difficult (drops etc.) but fine if everyone is careful. The owner, Nuria, gave us all the help needed from a distance and a neighbour was very helpful and nice. The weather was fine staying in the middle of October with only one day of rain. Overall a nice house in a quiet location. And Galicia if you have never been is probably not what you expect from Spain - so green!
  • Review Submitted: Oct 24, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Oct 2016