The Cruise Terminal (500 sq. mts) located in the city centre is close to the enchanting old town and next to the city centre, commercial and leisure pedestrian areas, restaurants, beaches and sea promenade.
Main tourist attractions are the glass galleries of old buildings, the Tower of Hercules (currently operating ancient roman lighthouse declared Unesco World Heritage Site), Orzán and Riazor beaches, St. Anton Castle and St. Charles Gardens (privileged position to watch all the port of A Coruña, and visit, a tomb and monument raised, the Scottish General Sir John Moore, who died in the Battle of Corunna in 1809 fighting while defending the embarkation of the English army against the French Napoleonic troops).
Its gastronomy is also worth a visit: "tapas", sea food and fish, octopus, galician soup, pork meat with turnip tops...
- visting the Tower of Hercules, roman lighthouse declared Unesco World Heritage Site, old town
- One of the sacred cities of the christian/catholic world, together with Rome and Jerusalem. Its old town surprises every tourist arriving to the end of the pilgrimage St. James Road.
- The northernmost point in Spain is just an hour away from A Coruña by car. The open Atlantic Ocean welcomes visitors with legendary stories of shipwrecks....
- Harbour Master La Coruña
Dique Barrie de la Maza, s/n
15001 A Coruña
Spain+34 981 220 405
- A Coruña Tourism Board
- Corunna Cruise Terminal
- Port Authority of A Coruña