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A Coruña Cruise Port Guide | What to see in A Coruña

May 7, 2021Milena

One of my favourite cruise destinations in Spain is undoubtedly A Coruña. This stunning port located in the North of the country, in the region of Galicia, is very often included in the Northern Europe itineraries – around 62 cruise ships dock there during a year. The coastal landscape owes its beauty to the Golfo Ártabro, a fraction of the Atlantic Ocean. In the past, when Roman Empire conquered the region, they called it Finisterra – the End of the World. Now we obviously know there is more to explore on the North of the globe, but I would personally be bold enough to say that if it was indeed the edge of the world as we know it, it would certainly be the most charming one. Why? Check out this A Coruña Cruise Port Guide to find out!

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Useful information about A Coruña

Language

Since A Coruña is located in Spain, spanish is of course the official language that can be heard there, along with the local Galician dialect. However, in most tourist spots, you can easily communicate in English.

Currency

A Coruña uses Euro as currency (€). You can find a lot of ATM’s along the city.

Opening times for shops & restaurants

If you need to visit a shop or grab a snack at the local restaurant, you need to remember that there is a mid day break where these services won’t be available. Most of the time, the opening hours are:
Monday to Saturday from 09.30 AM to 2 PM and from 5 PM to 8 PM. On Sundays and holidays the shops are closed (with some exceptions).

Interesting trivia

A Coruña is often also referred to as A Cidade de Cristal, meaning The Glass City. That nickname comes from the fact that one of the characteristic parts of the city are the galerías – glazed window balconies that are typical for the port town due to the sometimes challenging weather. You can see them throughout the whole city and I would say it’s a really well-thought, architectural solution. Due to its versality, the city’s motto states: “A Coruña, the city where nobody is an outsider.”

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Galerías

By the way, A Coruña also has an airport, so if you find yourself willing to come back for a longer stay or perhaps you missed the ship in the port before (ups! Try not to to that though), you can easily get there by plane as well.

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How far is A Coruña from the cruise port?

You will be pleasantly surprised to know that cruise ships in A Coruña actually dock in the heart of the city! As you step off the ship, you will find yourself already in a picturesque marina bay from where you have endless possibilities to start exploring the city.

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How to get to A Coruña city centre from the port?

Well, it’s simple! You are already more or less in the city centre as you get out of the ship, and the Old Town with interesting monuments is only 500-600 metres away from the port, so you can definitely reach it within a walking distance.

If you want to visit other fascinating monuments, you might need to grab a taxi, but you can also easily find them 400 metres from the port. I have indicated the distance from the port under every single attraction I mention in this post, so that you can have the reference while planning your trip.

What to see in A Coruña while visiting on a cruise?

Fascinating Monuments

Torre de Hércules

Probably the most interesting landmark of A Coruña, the Tower of Hercules is actually the oldest lighthouse known in the world! It dates back to the ancient Roman Empire and its construction is estimated to have taken place around the 1st century. However, it wasn’t always known as the Tower of Hercules, up until the 20th century it bore the name of Farum Brigantium, a Latin name for a lighthouse. It’s about 55 metres tall (180ft), which makes it the second tallest structure of this kind in the whole of Spain, and the surrounding panorama of the never-ending coastline is definitely enough of a reason to put it on your personal A Coruña cruise port guide before you arrive there. The peninsula where the tower stands was once called Faro Island.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

Approx. 6,9 km. The taxi to get there would cost you around 20 euro. If you’re looking for a more low budget option, you can take the local bus number 5 from the Av. De Navarra station, but that will require you to walk for around 17 minutes. The bus departs every 20 minutes. Walking there on the other hand would take about 30 minutes each way, so I would say it’s a little too distant to get there by feet.

Price

To enter the Tower of Hercules, you need to pay a ticket of 3€. Those aged below 14 or above 65 can benefit from the reduced ticket which costs 1.50€. On Mondays, the entry is free!

Opening hours

October – May from 10 AM to 6 PM
June – September from 10 AM to 21 PM

-> Celtic King Breogan Monument

Just in front of the Tower of Hercules you can see the statue dedicated to the Celtic King.

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-> Rosa de vientos

On the other side of the Tower of Hercules you can also get to visit the Compass Rose overviewing the Atlantic Ocean.

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Menhires Pola Paz

In the north side of the city, not far from the Tower of Hercules, you can find the mysterious sculptures that represent the Celtic heritage of the city. You might think it’s similar to the Stonehenge monument (check out some of the similar monuments HERE), but the history behind the dolmens is completely different. It’s definitely worth visiting and taking a moment to contemplate.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

Approx. 6,6 km. You can combine it with the visit to the Tower of Hercules – which is certainly a must-see if you’re already close by.

Price

Free to visit!

Opening hours

Located on the outside – open 24hrs/day.

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Mount of San Pedro Park

A former military area, that place offers breathtaking views all over the city. It’s possible to drive to the top, but the more intriguing way of getting there is to use the elevator from the promenade called Ascensor do Monte de San Pedro. In addition to the views, there are 3 restored artillery pieces you can find there, but also a a café, play areas and beautiful gardens.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

7/8 km depending on the route. With the taxi it cost you approximately 30 euro to visit.

Price

While visiting the Mount itself is free, the elevator costs 3€ one way (3€ to go up and 3€ to go down).

Opening hours

15 June – 15 September Monday – Sunday from 11.30 AM to 9 PM.
The rest of the year, Monday – Sunday from 11.30 AM to 7.30 PM.

Obelisco Millenium

Close to the Mount of San Pedro, you can also find the Millenium monument located on the Paseo Maritimo. It was constructed to commemorate the beginning of the XXI century. It’s 46 metres tall and is made from 147 crystals! The lowest 13 metres are decorated with the historical tales of the famous personalities of the city.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

Approx. 5,9 km. Can be easily combined with a visit to the Mount of San Pedro.

Price

Visiting the monument is free!

Opening hours

It’s located outside, so it’s open 24hrs/day.

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Ciudad Vieja (Old Town)

The old town of A Coruña is incredibly picturesque, and the best part is that it’s literally a few steps away from the cruise terminal! If you prefer discovering the city by taking a walk, there are tons of places you can see and enjoy there. And don’t forget to taste the tasty, unique Spanish ice creams that you can find all around the Old Town!

María Pita Square

The María Pita Square is the strict city centre and the main plaza in the whole city. The whole square is covered with architecture that resembles a royal court and hosts the most important monumental building in A Coruña, Palacio Municipal.

-> Palacio Municipal (City Hall)

I have never seen a more beautiful City Hall in Europe, and humbly speaking I have to admit I have seen a lot. The bronze towers hovering over the building ornamented with refined detailing is simply the best landmark of the whole city. Independently of whether you choose to only focus on the Old Town or visit the other parts of the city and come back to the port, it’s worth taking a few steps to the María Pita Square to see this architectural masterpiece.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

600 metres, less than 7 minutes walk.

Price

Free entry, but it’s mostly available for tourist visits on the outside only.

Iglesia de San Jorge (Church of Saint George)

While exiting the María Pita Square to the left, you will see the elegant, baroque church built in the 18th century. There’s also a small courtyard in front of it which allows you to see it in its whole majesty from a longer distance.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

650 metres, just around the corner of the María Pita Square.

Price

Free entry, but there could be a mass taking place inside.

Opening hours

From 09 AM to 1 PM and from 5.30 PM to 9 PM.

As Bárbaras Monastery

The convent of Santa Bárbara built in the XV century is certainly the centre of sacral monuments in the city of A Coruña. The gothic style of the monastery, with a patio and a lookout tower, is up to this day a site for monks, but tourists are allowed to visit it in designated hours.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

950 metres, around 11 minutes walk in the direction of the Castle of San Antón.

Price

The access is free!

Opening hours

Closed on Sundays!

Monday – Friday from 10 AM to 12.30 AM and from 6.30 PM to 7.45 PM.
Saturday from 10.30 AM to 12.00 AM.

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Iglesia De Santiago

Another christian temple is the church of Santiago, declared a Historical Artistic Monument in 1972. Its history dates back to the XII century, which makes the architecture incredibly interesting and different from what you would see anywhere else. Since it’s located in the Old Town as well, it would make a great addition to the other parts of your walking tour.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

700 metres, on the way to the Santa Bárbara convent.

Price

The access to the church is free!

Opening hours

Monday – Sunday from 11.30 AM to 1 PM and from 6.30 PM to 7.30 PM.

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Colegiata de Santa María del Campo

Last but not least on our Old Town Walking Tour is the temple of Santa María del campo. With its gothic architecture, it will certainly impress the lovers of sacral monuments and buildings.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

800 metres, just around the Iglesia de Santiago.

Price

There is no information provided about the price and I haven’t visited it personally on my trip.

Opening hours

The visit needs to be booked ahead. It’s closed on Mondays! The possible hours to book are: Tuesday – Sunday from 11 AM to 2 PM and from 5 PM to 8 PM.

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Museums

Castle of San Antón Archaeological Museum

Very close to the cruise terminal you can find the ruins of the majestic castle San Antón which hosts archaeological exhibitions for the visiting tourists. The castle was built with the idea of being a fortress, hence a military-like walls and fortifications. A great choice for those who like exploring the historic sites while travelling, and for those who want to visit monuments that are close to the port and can be walked to.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

1,3 km. A light and pleasant 15 minutes walk will be the optimal choice to get there.

Price

The entry only costs 2€, but you need to pay an additional 2€ if you want to visit the planetarium too. The reduced price, 1€, is available to those under the age of 14 and over the age of 65.

Opening hours

Closed on Mondays!
In July & August, Tuesday – Saturday from 10 AM to 9 PM, Sunday 10 AM to 3 PM
From September to June, Tuesday – Saturday from 10 AM to 7.30 PM, Sunday 10 AM to 2.30 PM

Fine Arts Museum (Museo de Bellas Artes)

There is also something for the lovers of the gorgeous art masterpieces. There you will find a lot of paintings coming originally from Museo del Prado, as well as European & Spanish pieces of art dating from the XVI to the XX century.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

700 m. It only takes approximately 8 minutes of a peaceful stroll!

Price

The entry only costs 2,4€, and there is also a reduced there of 1,2€ available. Those under the age of 18 and above the age of 65 can enter for free!

Opening hours

Closed on Mondays
Tuesdays – Fridays from 10 AM to 8 PM
Saturdays from 10 AM to 2.30 PM and from 4.30 PM to 8 PM
Sundays from 10 AM to 2 PM

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Casa Museo Picasso

Art lovers will also certainly love to visit the house where Picasso lived as a kid, during the years 1891 to 1895. The museum hosts around 33 original paintings of the author and is definitely worth visiting if you’re into art!

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

1,1 km. Around 13 minutes walking, and you can combine it with the Fine Arts Museum or other attractions located in the Old Town as you walk.

Price

The entry is free!

Opening hours

Closed on Mondays
Tuesdays – Saturdays from 10.30 AM to 2 PM and from 5 PM to 8 PM.
Sundays from 10.30 AM to 2 PM.

Casa das Ciencias

The Science Museum (Casa das Ciencias) is one of the most important Science facilities in Galicia, along with the later described MUNCYT. It houses a lot of incredible exhibitions regarding astronomy, physics, pendulum and even a planetarium.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

Approx. 1,8 km. It would take you around 20 minutes to get there by feet and since it’s located just outside the walk-only route, it’s probably the most comfortable way of getting there. A route with a taxi would take you around 11 minutes, since to be able to drive there you have to take a longer route, of around 4,2 km.

Price

The entry only costs 2€, but you need to pay an additional 2€ if you want to visit the planetarium too. The reduced price, 1€, is available to those under the age of 16 and over the age of 65.

Opening hours

Monday – Friday 10 AM – 6 PM, Saturday, Sunday 11 AM – 7 PM

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Finisterrae Aquarium

If you love the ocean, sea and everything that lives on the inside (and I bet you do, since you chose to travel by a ship), then you’ll definitely be interested in a visit to the gorgeous Aquarium, which exterior pools are connected to the Atlantic Ocean. From a room with 600 Atlantic species, through a room of the Captain Nemo (an observation room inside of a pool), a garden of octopuses and even a piscinarium with seals, I can guarantee you that you won’t be bored.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

Approx. 5,9 km. A taxi there would cost you around 20 euro, but since it is located not far from the Tower of Hercules, you can combine the 2 into an unique trip and visit both with one ride.

Price

The entry ticket costs 10€, but those under the age of 16 and over the age of 65 can get a reduced ticket for the price of 4€.

Opening hours

Monday – Friday 10 AM – 6 PM, Saturday, Sunday 11 AM – 7 PM

DOMUS (Casa del Hombre)

Domus is simply a Museum of Mankind. I said simply, but there is nothing simple about the exhibitions located inside – it’s the first Interactive Museum of Man completely dedicated to how humans are built and how they function! It’s incredibly interesting for those who want to find out more about who they truly are inside.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

Approx. 1,5 km if you choose to walk (most of the route is for pedestrians only), which will take you around 20 minutes, and 5,3 km if driving by a taxi.

Price

The entry only costs 2€, but you need to pay an additional 2€ if you want to visit the planetarium too. The reduced price, 1€, is available to those under the age of 16 and over the age of 65.

Opening hours

January – February: Monday – Friday from 10 AM to 6 PM, Saturdays & Sundays from 11 AM to 7 PM.
March – June: Monday – Sunday from 10 AM to 7 PM.
July – August: Monday – Sunday from 10 AM to 8 PM.

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National Museum of Science and Technology (MUNCYT)

The other scientific focus of the region is the incredible museum of science and technology. It showcases over 15.000 technological instruments that you can discover and learn about! Perfect for those interested in newest tech and scientific discoveries.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

5,3 km, around 15 minutes drive by taxi. It would costs you around 20 euro to drive there. You can combine it with a visit to the Obelisco Millenium and the Ascensor do Monte de San Pedro.

Price

The entry is free!

Opening hours

Closed on Mondays
15 September to 30 June: Tuesday – Friday from 10 AM to 5 PM, Saturday from 11 AM to 7 PM, Sundays from 11 AM to 3 PM
1 July – 14 September: Tuesday – Saturday from 11 AM to 8 PM, Sunday from 11 AM to 3 PM

Historical Military Museum (Museo Histórico Militar de A Coruña)

Otherwise called the War Museum, this one is dedicated to the military enthusiasts. Located just around the corner of the ruins of San Antón Castle, it can certainly be combined into one visit with a stroll. It is not a very popular touristic attractions for those visiting the city , but it might be of your interest if you like sites related to the historical wars.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

1,1 km while walking. Only a few steps away from the Castle San Antón.

Price

The entry is free!

Opening hours

Monday – Saturday from 10 AM to 2 PM and from 4 PM to 7 PM.
Sunday from 10 AM to 2 PM.

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Best Beaches in A Coruña

-> For a beach day

Playa de Riazor

The beach that I personally loved so much due to the incredible views extending in front of it, is actually the most popular destination when it comes to visitors who want to spend the day on the beach. It’s located just in front of The promenade (Paseo Marítimo), which is one of the largest promenades in Europe (around 9 kms, 5.6 miles long.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

1,4 km by feet – I personally took a walk there from the ship and it was very pleasant and not at all tiring – I would suggest you walk there too. In case you would want to grab the taxi though, you would need to take a different route that is 4,5 km long.

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Playa de Orzán

Just on the other side from the Riazor beach you can find the Orzán, which is almost as picturesque as the other one, but just as popular.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

800 metres by feet.

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-> If you’re visiting Tower of Hercules

Playa de San Amaro

If you’re planning to visit the Tower of Hercules and would want to combine it with a visit to the beach, your best option will be the San Amaro beach. It’s definitely less popular than the other ones, hence you will get to have more privacy, especially since it resides in a tiny cove.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

5,6 km by taxi, easily combinable with a visit to the Tower of Hercules.

Playa Das Lapas

Another beach close to the Tower of Hercules is the Praia das Lapas. Intimate, hidden and with incredible views, I would argue it’s definitely the best option if you want to combine sightseeing with some swimming and tanning.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

7,5 km by taxi – but I can assure you that it’s worth it!

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-> If you’re visiting Menhires Pola Paz

Praia des Mouros & Praia de Durmideiras

If you’re looking for something completely secluded, these two hidden beaches will be a good choice for you. Far from the industrialized city, here you can find your oasis of peace and visit the Menhires Pola Paz in one trip.

Distance from A Coruña Cruise Terminal

6,5 km by taxi, combinable with Menhires Pola Paz and Tower of Hercules.

Excursions to Santiago de Compostela

A Coruña is 75 kms away from the famous pilgrimage destination of Santiago de Compostela, which makes it the closest port that can be used as a start destination for a day excursion there. It’s possible to get there by train (departing from San Cristovo Station, located around 2,5 km from the terminal) with departures twice per hour.

However, it’s very risky to go to a distant place like this on your own when you’re visiting A Coruña on a cruise ship. There is always a risk of train delays and problems with transportation which can eventually lead to you missing the ship’s departure and be left onshore.

Luckily, most cruise ships offer company excursions to Santiago de Compostela with them, which makes it safer, since the ship won’t leave without the passengers returning from the ship company’s excursion. If you want to visit Santiago de Compostela while visiting A Coruña, I would advise you this option.

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Is A Coruña worth visiting?

If you still need to ask me this question after reading this post, it means I failed! You have seen for yourself that A Coruña has a ton of things to offer even on a single day visit with a cruise – so it’s certainly a place that you would like to get out and explore instead of remaining on board of the ship.

Interactive map | A Coruña Cruise Port Guide

Here you will find an interactive map I have prepared for you! You can access it by the link below and it will be saved on your Google Drive for later reference. You can store it in your Google Drive app on your phone for an easy access to it while being in A Coruña as well!

CLICK HERE FOR THE INTERACTIVE MAP

CLICK HERE FOR THE INTERACTIVE MAP

I also want to say a big thank you to my close friend Sergio who lives in A Coruña and was so nice to give me a tour of the city when I visited! Thanks a lot Sergio!

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And finally that’s me, enjoying the port of A Coruña!

I hope you have found this A Coruña Cruise Port Guide to be useful for your next A Coruña trip and I wish you an incredible stay there! If you like my content, make sure to follow me on Instagram @milenacorleoneofficial | Instagram @ship.me.there | Pinterest @lenacorleone | Twitter @MilenaCorleone. You can also Buy Me A Coffee @milenacorleone to show appreciation for my work that I make sure to always be able to share with you for free! Have a lovely day and don’t forget to subscribe to the Newsletter HERE to always get the latest news about my posts.

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