Known by the Romans as the region of the end of the world, it is the most western community in Spain: a mountainous region that ends on a jagged coast formed by a succession of broad, rocky estu-aries.

Geographically, it borders on the north with the Cantabrian Sea and on the west with the Atlantic Ocean, bordering on the south with the Portuguese regions of Minho. In the southwest of Galicia, we have the Rias Baixas that show their charms in blue and green, the colors of a sea that plunges inland, highlighting Vigo, Baiona and Sanxenxo.