Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain
Santiago de Compostela is my city and, for me, the most beautiful place in the world. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its Cathedral is among the most visited in the world and the Camino de Santiago is the option chosen every year by thousands of people who, for religious or cultural reasons, decide to make a pilgrimage to this beautiful city.
Our Academy is only 5 km from the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, which makes it even more attractive.
But in addition to its capital, Galicia, in the northwest of Spain, has exceptional places both on the beach and in the mountains. The Rías Baixas, the Costa da Morte, the Ribeira Sacra or the Cíes Islands are some of the wonders that nature gives us in this part of the world.
For its people, for its landscapes, for its tranquility, for its quality of life, for its food, Galicia is enchanting. Its spectacular gastronomy, its small and charming rural villages, the green of its mountains, its immense beaches or the blue of its powerful and forceful sea turn this land of Celtic origin into a natural paradise that leaves a mark on all those who are lucky enough to know it.
Galicia is my home, where I always look forward to returning from my travels, and without a doubt, the best place in the world to live.