Villagarcia de Arosa / Spain
Villagarcia de Arosa (also: Arousa) is a picturesque fishing village in the northern Spain Galicia, near the pilgrimage site Santiago de Compostela. The city has about 33,900 inhabitants.
Villagarcia de Arosa is a seaside resort frequented by gorgeous mansions. The town is known for its eucalyptus trees and its range of delicious crustaceans and shells. The "Bateas" are the typical rafts near the town where mussels are bred.