Cervo is situated 290 miles (467 kilometers) northwest of Madrid, the national capital.
It's hardly surprising Cervo is so popular with travelers; the surrounding region is home to a treasure-trove of terrific cultural and natural attractions. While in the region, visit the Covas Beach and Area Beach in Viveiro, some 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the east of Cervo.
Organise your transportation and head out to Lugo, a transport and retail hub for the area, situated some 45 miles (72 kilometers) from Cervo. The place offers a wide range of attractions, for example Parque Rosalia de Castro, Praza Maior and Lugo City Walls. Museo Provincial and Lugo Cathedral are just a sample of the other points of interest that should be on everyone's list.
If you're keen on soaking up some of the the local culture, go straight to Galicia's art museums, art galleries and history museums. Visitors with an interest in history will enjoy exploring Galicia's fascinating old towns, fortresses and castles.
If you're seeking a break from seeing the sights, why not indulge in a local watersport? Swimming and boating are both popular here. If you like to go slow when you are on holiday, Galicia has some good relaxing activities for you, like picnicking and sunbathing.
When it is time to leave Cervo, use the last of your euros on last minute keepsakes for the folks at home and bid a fond Adiós (farewell).