5. Santiago de Compostela is the city of the St. Jack Way. It is well known for low-cost tourism but also a great quality of services and gastronomy. The population of the city in is about 96.000 people. Santiago de Compostela has a temperate oceanic climate, with mild to warm and somewhat dry summers and mild, wet winters. The prevailing winds from the Atlantic and the surrounding mountains combine to give Santiago some of Spain’s highest rainfall with about 1,545 millimetres annually.
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