El Camino in Galicia: Culture, History & Great Food

camino trail in forest
The original people that inhabited Galicia before Roman times were called Iberian Celts. Throughout the ages, the Romans, Visigoths, and Muslim empires successively expanded their presence through Spain and left behind an immensely rich heritage as they contributed their own customs and traditions to the local culture. El Camino food is particularly appealing in Galicia, which showcases a large variety of fresh products from the land and the sea, directly to your table. In most places, produce is homegrown, always served fresh as it finds its way into delicious salads or fruit plates.