It is situated in the Galicia, current Autonomous Community Spaniard situated in the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula, where in the past located the Gallaecia roman and later, between the years 409 and 1833, the Realm of Galicia.
Galicia belongs also to the euroregion Galicia-North of Portugal.
The estuary of Corcubion, in which it locates the mythical cape of Fisterra, is the highest of the Rias Baixas and forms part of the designated Death Coast.
The most comfortable form to arrive to Corcubion is from Santiago de Compostela (capital of Galicia) or from A Coruña. Both cities have airport that connects them with the most important cities of the world.
Corcubión is connected to two of the main cities in the province: Santiago de Compostela and A Coruña. The bus ride takes between 2 hours and 2 and a half hours. By car you can save 15 to 45 minutes.
In Corcubión (in the Plaza de Castelao) you can take some of the services that go to A Coruña and Santiago de Compostela, but the full schedules shown here are from the Cee Bus Station, the neighboring town of Corcubión (you can walk in 5 minutes ).
From Corcubión we can go by bus to other towns on the Costa da Morte, although the service is expensive, slow and infrequent.
If you want to move in a group, it will be more convenient for you to take a taxi.
Phone 981 74 50 23