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Cruises visiting Cee & all Cee cruises for  2020

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Cee (pop. 7700)is a village on the far NW of Spain, in the province of A Coruña and the autonomous community (‘State’) of Galicia. It lies at the head of a narrow bay that protects it from the Atlantic. The foreshore is beautifully designed, with a 200 m sandy beach backed by a landscaped park and surrounded on three sides by a protective semicircular promenade. In the distance are a marina and docks. Inland is the attractive old port town of Cee, nestled in a valley and surrounded by low green hills. Galicia has two official languages, Galician and Spanish. The region is prosperous, its economy centering around fishing and manufacturing.

Galicia was late to catch Spain’s tourism boom of recent decades. The town centre of Cee is in the process of a make over with new shops, fountains and play areas so it's becoming very more attractive. Not far from the waterfront is Stoupa Cee Tourist Store that showcases the world of culture, crafts and tourism of the Death Coast. About 7 km to the SE will take you to the Cascada de Ézaro, a waterfall that drops directly into the ocean. Take you swimming gear or rent a kayak. Above the falls are views from the Atlantic to the mountains.

A coastal drive of about 18 km will take you past beautiful scenery to the notable Lighthouse at Fisterra (‘Land’s End’) that overlooks the Atlantic. This is in the centre of the Costa da Morte (Death Coast), named for its number of ship wrecks. As you drive around Galicia, look out for heritage Hill forts from the Middle Ages built by Galician feudal nobles; also remains of Roman architecture that include basilicas, castra, city walls, cities, villas, temples, roads and bridges.

Cruises visiting Cee in 2020

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