Queimada, the Ancient Witchy Booze from Galicia, Is Literally Fire

The supernatural tradition descends from Druidic practices that sound like a Stevie Nicks fever dream.


Get Lost in Sangre De Muerdago’s Dark, Mysterious Spanish Folk

Stream the Galician ensemble’s beautiful new record, 'Noite.'


Photos of People Fighting Hurricane-Related Wildfires in Spain

Hurricane Ophelia fuels wildfires across Spain and Portugal and has claimed the lives of at least 32 people.


Stone Goes Soft in These Mind-Bending Sculptures

José Manuel Castro López's artworks seem to defy physical properties.


Risking Death for One of the Sea's Ugliest, Tastiest Creatures

Fishermen in Galicia face death every time the go hunting for percebes, a hideous but highly sought-after barnacle found in the waters here. I followed one man on his harvest to find out why they do it.


This Man Claims Hitler Is Buried in Spain

Is Julio Barreiro Rivas right or wrong? Is he crazy or not? Maybe no one should listen to the ranting of an 80-year-old man without skepticism. Draw your own conclusions. I only know one thing: A part of me really wants to believe.