A Coruna

We awoke to drizzle and mist in Cedeira harbour but the anchor had held well and we were visited by yet more dolphins but alas it was too murky for photos. The wind was non existent so we motored the 30 miles to A Coruna. It is the capital of Galicia and has the oldest working lighthouse in the world – built by the Romans.

We are in a marina in the centre of town with the sun shining and about 26 degrees at 1930. It looks a lovely old city that we intend to explore over the next couple of days.


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1 Response to A Coruna

  1. Colin says:

    Looks like you are having fun but it’s about time that the sun shone and that the winds were abaft the beam. C x

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