Cedeira is a small fishing port in the very northwest of Galicia - with some tourism, but mostly, I think, people from other parts of Spain. As you can see the harbour is beautifully protected from the main force of the Atlantic. The trawlers travel far for tuna, which is canned locally, but smaller, local boats fish for whatever is available along the coast. As usual in Spanish fishing ports, there is a restaurant owned by the fishermen's union, and run professionally. It is usually called, or known as the restaurante dos pescadores and there was one here, where the fish was excellent.
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