Known by the Romans as the region at the end of the world, Galicia is the most western community in Spain: a mountainous region that ends on a jagged coast formed by a succession of broads and rocky estuaries.
Its interior consists of meadows and dense forest, populated by rich fauna and flora. This area is traditionally dedicated to agriculture, hunting and, due to the proximity of the sea, fishing. Besides continental territory, Galicia has some archipelagos such as the Cies, Ons, Salvadora, the Malveiras and Sisargas Islands, Cortega and the island of Arousa. Galicia has its own cultural tradition and folklore, also marked by its language, Galician.