Amy Copadis
One of the best hidden places to visit in Spain, this beautiful and lush seaside town of the northern province of Galicia is reminiscent of the vast green landscape of Ireland. This area is full of beautiful culture, delicious seafood, and friendly people.What to See/Do- Walking: Wandering the vast and beautiful terrain of this area is one of the best ways to see it. Take a walk through the lush green forests or alongside the raging northern seas.- The Cliffs of Acantilados: Among the highest cliffs in Europe, the Acantilados cliffs are immersed in a forest of Eucalyptus trees, and overlook the mighty Atlantic Ocean.Where to Eat- Cedeira is full of beautiful tapas bars and lovely seafood restaurants. You’ll have to try some of the local dishes at places such as the Taberna Praza do Peixe.3. Granada