Camelle travel information and video

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Featured holiday homes in La Coruña

Penthouse in Laxe

(3)
  • 3 bedrooms
  • sleeps 6
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 145 m² living area
  • Wi-Fi
  • Heating
  • Lift
  • Tv
  • Linen
Id: 28709 Add to shortlist Remove Remove
£ 244 - 796/week £ 35 - 114/night Show details

Villa in Muros

(2)
  • 4 bedrooms
  • sleeps 8
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 300 m² living area
  • 1000 m² terrace
  • Private pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Balcony
  • Patio
Id: 2647 Add to shortlist Remove Remove
£ 1,583 - 3,165/week £ 226 - 452/night Show details

Villa in Outes

(2)
  • 4 bedrooms
  • sleeps 8
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 3 toilets
  • 300 m² living area
  • 2000 m² terrace
  • 300 m² garden
  • Private pool
  • Wi-Fi
Id: 6878 Add to shortlist Remove Remove
£ 1,899 - 3,798/week £ 271 - 543/night Show details
Camelle

Camelle is a small village located on the Costa Da Morte, in the La Coruña region of Galicia.

The area boasts stunning, windswept beaches, a rugged coastline and a beautiful natural countryside landscape.

The area is ideal for outdoor lovers and those who want to escape from it all.

Places to visit
The cities of Santiago de Compostela and La Coruña are both close by and full of cultural attractions, monuments and a bit more life if you want to take in some of the local tradition and culture.

Cuisine
The uniqueness of the Galician culture is demonstrated in the local gastronomy: you will not find so much rice or pasta in Galicia as you do elsewhere. Potatoes tend to be the accompaniment of choice for fish and meat dishes.

Shellfish is very popular in Galicia and seafood is considered the staple diet. Galicia harvests more fruits of the sea than anywhere else in Europe; the sand beds of the coastline, and the many fishing ports, make this possible.

The astonishing variety of fish species and crustaceans are prepared and cooked in a myriad of dishes depending on the region within Galicia. With the main cities being so close to the ports, freshness is always assured.

Climate
The Galician climate is generally quite temperate; in the winter it is not uncommon for strong winds to blow off the sea. Throughout the year there is quite a bit of rain. Spring and summers are warm. Weather here is often changeable and can have several faces in one day.

Things to do while you are here

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