Also known as A Coruña, La Coruna sits on Spain’s northwestern Galician Coast. The port city is perhaps most distinctive for its odd shape: you’ll find the centre on a narrow piece of land jutting out to sea, connecting the town to a 2km-long peninsula. It’s worth the walk, as this peninsula features a Roman lighthouse (the Torre de Hércules) that’s UNESCO World Heritage listed, as well as a pedestrian walkway and path called the Paseo Marítimo which runs 13km all the way around the port and to the end of the peninsula. There’s no better way to spend a warm morning in La Coruna than cycling this scenic route, the ocean breeze in your hair. Back in the main town, you’ll find plenty else to do on La Coruna cruises. Its wealth of galleries and museums make it a cultural hub. Start your explorations at the Casa Museo Picasso, where the artist lived between the ages of nine and thirteen. The apartment houses copies of paintings and sketches that Picasso completed during this years. Next, head to the Museo de Belas Artes, a treasure trove of fine art including Sorolla, Tintoretto and Rubens. Finally, you can’t miss Monte de San Pedro, a park perched on a hilltop, offering the best views of the town and coast.