Auditorio Abanca

This space, opened in 2011, respects the face of the remodeled Pazo de Ramirás in which it is housed. In the hear of Santiago de Compostela, it is a place where all kinds of cultural events are held, wheter be they theater, opera, cinema, music or dance.

CGAC (Centro Galego de Arte Contemporáneo)

CGAC (Galician Contemporary Art Center) is located in a beautiful place next to Parque de Bonaval and other magic locations of Compostela. It landed in 1993 to set up a channel between Compostela and the whole world through modern art.

Sede Afundación

The building called Casa Grande do Pozo is part of the Compostela Heritage of Cultural Interest. Owned by the town council between the 15th and 19th centuries, it is currently a cultural venue in which elements with historical and ethnographic value are main characters.

Fundación Eugenio Granell

The Eugenio Granell Foundation’s rooftop terrace is an exceptional space within the Pazo de Bendaña, an urban palace built on the 18th century that dominates the Praza do Toural landscape. The building is one of the town’s architectural jewels and the Foundation hosts an important art collection.

Igrexa da Universidade

Tradition and modernity converge in the Igrexa da Universidade (formerly Igrexa da Compañía), a small baroque chapel of Jesuit origin over four centuries old that WOS orients towards those artistic proposals more committed to the need to generate new formats and ways of expression.

Igrexa de San Domingos de Bonava

Built in the 14th century, it is a Gothic with Romanesque reminiscences church that has three naves separated by semicircular arches, with a beautiful main chapel with high windows and a ribbed vault. Today, it is used as an exhibitions and concerts venue.


NUMAX is a cinema, a bookstore and a design, communication and audiovisual production lab, a cooperative and the perfect manifestation of a new style of cultural management. As an independent movie theater, its program brings a careful film selection to Compostela throughout the year.

Parque de Bonaval

Former estate and cementry of Santiago de Compostela’s Dominican convent, converted and rehabilitated now as an urban park. Its orchards and oak tres are located in the shadow of two of the most important museums in the city: the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea and the Museo do Pobo Galego.

Sala Capitol

Since its doors were opened in 2003, Sala Capitol has becone the most prestigious concert hall in Galicia and one of the most valued in the whole country. Almost 1.000 people can enjoy an excellent musical production in this old cinema converted into an exceptional space.

Sala Malatesta

The Sala Malatesta was born to give continuity to a Compostela space that for two decades was a mandatory reference in the cultural life of the city: Sala Nasa. Its regular programming throughout the year aims to boost the city’s cultural life.

Fundación SGAE

The building that houses the headquarters of the SGAE Foundation in Compostela started its construction in 2006. Its architecture is inspired by the megalithic constructions, expressing a dialogue between tradition and history from a contemporary language. On the street side, the building shows a long convex façade of printed glass.

Teatro Principal

This scenic space of Italian style is one of the most cherished stages for Compostela’s cultural life. Located in the Rúa Nova, where the historical, tourist, cultural and gastronomic routes of the city converge, Teatro Principal hosts all the great cycles and cultural activities of Galicia’s capital city.