When pilgrims arrive in Galicia they face the last days of the Jacobean Route to Santiago de Compostela. From the twenty-fourth stage, the Way enters Galician lands and allows you to taste the delicacies of the sea and the most traditional Galician cuisine.
Queimada is a drink made from marc and magic. It forms part of the gastronomic tradition of Galicia. It is believed to have its origins in Celtic culture, although there are theories that claim that it entered the peninsula with the arrival of the Muslims during
After a long stage, the Galician broth is the dish of traditional Galician cuisine that most satiates the pilgrim. A way to combat the cold in the winter months and the best way to replenish energy. The origins of this dish are uncertain, however, it embodies