This part of Spain is very different from what most of us have been excposed to, and for us it was a pleasant surprise. But be prepared - this region is remote. Do not expect ANYONE, not even those who work with renting out bikes or serving restaurants, to speak aything but Spanish or Galicien. You need to know some basic vocabulary. We were two families with active kids ranging in age from 7 to 14. We spent several days at the Pantin beach, where we (mostly the kids) had surf lessons from the coolest teachers. We went fishing, kajaking and biking and spotted a lot of wild animals. We can recommend visiting the Eume River, Puerto Bares, La Coruna and of course Santiago de Compostela. The house at Golmar 13 was a great and practical retreat after our outings, and the views from the garden maginficent. Not totally quiet at night though, when the wild horses roam the fields and the local dogs go crazy. . Nevertheless, a perfect place to visit if you want to instantly snap out of regularity and really get away, where you can enjoy and use the nature and taste som excellent food on the way