We had a lovely week staying in Carnota. The casa was located in a very quiet hamlet close to Carnota with easy access to stunning beaches, shopping facilities in Carnota village and the beautiful fishing town of Muros. Everybody we met were friendly and helpful, and although our Galician isn't good we managed to muddle through very adequately with our Spanish. The casa was clean and comfortable and had plenty of useful information about things to do in the area. Its downside - a bit lacking with regard to kitchen facilities (chopping boards, good knives, paellera etc) but then again we enjoy cooking lots of Spanish food when we are away so like to have a well equipped kitchen. Don't expect big supermarkets or a wide choice of restaurants and bars but do come for amazing beaches, lovely walking in the hills, great seafood and Albarino wine and very friendly and warm people! We would definitely come back so thank you Victor!
Even before we left home Ana and Jose were very helpful finding out information about buses for us. Jose also met us at the bus stop which was so kind. The house is beautiful, comfortable and clean. It has everything you need and more, including a beautiful homemade cake, biscuits and very nice cava! We were made to feel so welcome and really enjoyed our stay.
Corcubion is a charming, relaxing small town with spectacular scenery and lovely walks, and everyone is so friendly that it doesn't matter if you don't speak too much Spanish - by the end of your holiday you will know un poquito Galician!
Our favourite restaurant was the Degustacion de marisco MercaMaris where the chef shared with us her recipe for her clams and sauce. Also O Pirata in Fisterra is worth a visit. We did not use the beaches as it was mostly raining but Quenxe looked the best option.
We would most definitely come back and when we do, we want to stay at Casa De Carmen. Thank you Jose and Ana for a most hospitable welcome.