Check here the weather in La Coruña today and soon at different times of the day to know what to take with you and how to plan your visit.
La Coruña, 21 meters above sea level, is characterized by a Mediterranean oceanic climate with mild temperatures throughout the year and abundant rainfall. Being a coastal city, the temperature in A Coruña does not suffer much changes throughout the year, with pleasant summers and mild winters; Yes, the average annual humidity reaches 70%.
The city of Coruña, located in the province of the same name, is located northwest of Galicia, 56 kilometers from Santiago de Compostela. The relationship between A Coruña and the Camino de Santiago goes back many hundreds of years, when many pilgrims came from the British Isles and from northern Europe to a holy city. Currently and next to Ferrol is the starting point of the route of the English Way, which concludes in Santiago de Compostela.
If you are planning to do the Camino de Santiago, here you can find out how much time you will spend in Coruña during today so that you can plan all the possible setbacks in your trip.
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