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Finca do Espiño Park

Finca do Espiño Park

The Finca do Espiño Park, inaugurated in 2014, stands out for its impressive botanical and architectural richness. This natural and monumental site is located a few meters from the Sarela River, on a slope that connects with Monte Pedroso.

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Alameda

Alameda

The Alameda de Compostela is one of the main landmarks of the Galician capital due to its location on the edge of the monumental area and the city center, which connects directly with the end of the Franco neighborhood.

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San Domingos de Bonaval Park

San Domingos de Bonaval Park

The San Domingos de Bonaval Park is one of the best known and most representative green and monumental sites in the Galician capital. This large natural and heritage area extends over almost 40,000 square meters of grass, tree species, fountains, canals and artistic monuments.

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Galeras Park

Galeras Park

The Galeras Park is a large green area of over 30,000 square meters in the vicinity of the Finca do Espiño and Monte Pío, where the residence of the President of the Xunta de Galicia is located.

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Belvís Park

Belvís Park

Belvís Park is located along the valley of the same name and is notable for its various meadows and a small stream that runs through its entire length.

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Carballeira de San Lourenzo

Carballeira de San Lourenzo

The Carballeira de San Lourenzo is located near the convent of San Lourenzo de Trasouto, near the Sarela River and the complex located in the South Campus of the city of Compostela.

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South University Campus

South University Campus

One of the hubs of student life in Santiago de Compostela lies in this university campus, which stands out for its geometric arrangement and the abundant presence of vegetation and green areas.

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Eugenio Granell Park

Eugenio Granell Park

The Eugenio Granell Park is one of the largest green spaces in Santiago de Compostela. Due to its large dimensions, which reach 120,000 square meters, it borders both the Pontepedriña area and the neighborhoods of O Castiñeiriño, Conxo and the Ensanche itself.

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Vista Alegre Park

Vista Alegre Park

Vista Alegre Park, located in the neighborhood of the same name, is one of the most striking green areas of Santiago and stands out for the great variety of plant species in its enclosure of about 35,000 square meters, bounded by walls.

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Charlemagne Park

Charlemagne Park

The Charlemagne Park is part of the residential area of the Polígono das Fontiñas, a project for the expansion of the city of Compostela that was awarded the Philippe Rotthier European architectural award in 2008.

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Granxa do Xesto Park

Granxa do Xesto Park

The Parque da Granxa do Xesto is a recently created green area in the city of Santiago de Compostela, located in the area of Santo Ignacio do Monte, on the slopes of Monte Pedroso.

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Greenways from Vite to San Caetano

Greenways from Vite to San Caetano

The parks of Pablo Iglesias, Ponte Mantible, Blanco Amor and San Caetano form a path of interconnected green areas that links the neighborhoods of Vite and the surroundings of the administrative buildings of the Xunta de Galicia.

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Music Park

Music Park

The Parque de la Música was born from the green environment surrounding the Auditorio de Galicia, although it did not acquire the status of a neighborhood park until years later.

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Galician Forest

Galician Forest

The Bosque de Galicia is located on the slopes of Monte Gaiás and is part of the actions carried out in the vicinity of the Cidade da Cultura complex to enhance its connection and integration with the urban environment of Santiago de Compostela.

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Parque do Lago

Parque do Lago

The Parque do Lago is one of the green spaces that, together with the Bosque de Galicia and the Xardín Literario, make up the regeneration and landscape integration project of the architectural complex of the Cidade da Cultura de Galicia, located on Mount Gaiás.

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Monte do Gozo

Monte do Gozo

Monte do Gozo is a hill of approximately 380 meters of altitude near the city of Santiago de Compostela. This elevation is known for being the place from where pilgrims on the French Way first see, in the distance, the towers of the Cathedral of Santiago.

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Mount Pedroso

Mount Pedroso

Monte Pedroso is one of the most emblematic places of the city of Santiago de Compostela. It has a height of about 460 meters and is located three kilometers from the Galician capital.

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Brañas do Sar

Brañas do Sar

The Brañas de Sar represent an important ecosystem located in the basin of the river of the same name and stretching from the vicinity of the Multiusos Fontes do Sar to the neighborhood of Pontepedriña.

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Alameda

Alameda

The Alameda de Compostela is one of the main landmarks of the Galician capital due to its location on the edge of the monumental area and the city...

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