Airports

A Coruña – Alvedro

Airport information


A Coruña Airport is located to the north of the province, in the municipality of Culleredo, about 8 kilometres away from the city.

Direct flights to:

  • Barcelona (Vueling)
  • Lisbon (Tap)
  • London (Vueling)
  • Madrid (Iberia, Air Europa)
  • Seville (Vueling)
  • Valencia (Vueling)

For more information:
http://www.aena.es/es/aeropuerto-a-coruna/index.html

Transport


Parking.
Taxis: 981 243 333
Bus to the centre of A Coruña: €1.50 Telephone: 981 231 234

Contact

Address: Rutis-Vilaboa, Km 10, 15174 A Coruña
Telephone:981 18 73 15

Santiago de Compostela – Lavacolla

Airport information


Lavacolla Airport is located about ten kilometres to the north-east of the city, in the municipalities of Santiago de Compostela, O Pino and Boqueixón.

Direct flights to:

  • Alicante (Ryanair)
  • Barcelona (Vueling)
  • Milan Bergamo (Ryanair)
  • Bilbao (Iberia)
  • Frankfurt Hahn (Ryanair)
  • Geneva (easyJet)
  • Las Palmas (Ryanair)
  • London (easyJet)
  • Madrid (Iberia, Ryanair)
  • Malaga (Vueling)
  • Paris (Vueling)
  • Seville (Iberia, Ryanair)
  • Valencia (Iberia, Ryanair)

For more information:
http://www.aena.es/es/aeropuerto-santiago/index.html

Transport


Parking.
Taxis:

  • Euro Taxi (Adapted): 981 535 154
  • Radio Taxi: 981 569 292

Cost to the city centre: €19.10

Bus:

  • Airport-A Coruña: Telephone: 981 257 082
  • Airport-Burela: Telephone: 981 311 213
  • Airport-Lugo: Telephone: 981 588 111
  • Airport-Santiago: Telephone: 981 588 111
  • Airport-Sobrado: Telephone: 981 563 238

Contact

Address: Lavacolla, s/n, 15820 Santiago de Compostela
Telephone: 902 40 47 04

Vigo – Peinador

Airport information


Peinador Airport is located in the municipalities of Mos, Redondela and Vigo, 9 kilometres from the city centre and 28km from the city of Pontevedra.

Direct flights to:

  • Madrid (Iberia)
  • Barcelona (Vueling, Ryanair)
  • Bilbao (Iberia)
  • Lisbon (Tap)
  • Dublin (Ryanair)
  • Bologna (Ryanair)
  • Milan Bergamo (Ryanair)

For more information:
http://www.aena.es/es/aeropuerto-vigo/index.html

Transport


Parking.
Taxis:

  • Radio Taxi Servicios: 986 272 829
  • Radio Taxi Vigo: 986 252 700
  • Sociedad Cooperativa Autotaxi: 986 296 957
  • Taxi Transfer: 600 251 843
  • Central Radio Taxi: 986 470 000

Bus to the centre of Vigo: Vitrasa, línea L9A.

Contact

Address: Carretera N-555, s/n, 36200 Vigo, Pontevedra
Telephone: 902 40 47 04

The station of A Coruña is a terminal. It has a vast range of high-speed, long and medium distance services. It is located to the south of the city centre.

Telephone:

  • Información de estaciones: 902 432 343
  • Renfe: 902 320 320
  • Information, booking, sale, change and cancellation of tickets: 902 240 505

For more information:
http://www.renfe.com

Ferrol

It is located near the city centre, in the Avenida de Compostela, not far from the city’s bus station. It has long distance, medium distance and suburban services together with tourist trains.

Telephone:

  • Station information: 902 432 343
  • Renfe: 902 320 320
  • Information, booking, sale, change and cancellation of tickets: 902 240 505

For more information:
http://www.renfe.com

Lugo

Located in the northern area of the city and a few minutes walk from the Roman wall and city centre.

Telephone:

  • Station information: 902 432 343
  • Renfe: 902 320 320
  • Information, booking, sale, change and cancellation of tickets: 902 240 505

For more information:
http://www.renfe.com/

Ourense

It has high-speed, long and medium distance services.  Ourense-San Francisco station is also located in the south of the city. Adapted for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Telephone:

  • Station information: 902 432 343
  • Renfe: 902 320 320
  • Information, booking, sale, change and cancellation of tickets: 902 240 505

For more information:
http://www.renfe.com/

Pontevedra

Located five minutes from the city centre, it has large shopping area. Long and medium distance services.

Telephone:

  • Station information: 902 432 343
  • Renfe: 902 320 320
  • Information, booking, sale, change and cancellation of tickets: 902 240 505

For more information:
http://www.renfe.com/

Santiago de Compostela

Located just five minutes from the city centre and with good connections to the airport and the city’s main facilities. Santiago has high-speed, medium and long distance services. Adapted for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Telephone:

  • Station information: 902 432 343
  • Renfe: 902 320 320
  • Information, booking, sale, change and cancellation of tickets: 902 240 505

For more information:
http://www.renfe.com/

Vigo

The new station in Vigo, called Vigo-Guixar, has high-speed, medium and long distance services, and is located next to the city’s maritime façade, very close to the city centre and the main tourist and economic attractions.

Adapted for people who are deaf and hard of hearing.

Telephone:

  • Station information: 902 432 343
  • Renfe: 902 320 320
  • Information, booking, sale, change and cancellation of tickets: 902 240 505

For more information:
http://www.renfe.com/

 Ports

Tourism increasingly comes into Galicia through its ports. The large docks in A Coruña and Vigo annually welcome thousands of cruise passengers: the Herculine city expects a record 170,000 passengers and  55,000 crew for 2017, while the Vigo terminal will have 120,000 visitors. But they are not the only ones, since ports such as Ferrol have joined this booming way of attracting visitors. The arrival of these cruise ships implies not only a dynamic element for tourism in each one of the cities, but for the rest of the Community, since many of these travellers will make trips to other nearby villages.

At recreational navigation level, Galicia has more than a hundred nautical facilities or marinas, many of them top class. It is therefore not in vain that ten of them have the Q flag for Quality Tourism, more than half of those that are found in the whole of Spain.

The vast network of fishing ports and marinas make Galicia a ideal Community to organise incentive travel, or group activities related to the sea. Supervised water sports, boat trips and visits to traditional fish markets or tastings in the middle of the ‘rias’, are just some of the many activities that can be programmed.