Cedeira is a municipality in the province of A Coruña in the autonomous community of Galicia in northwestern Spain. It is situated in the northern coast of the Rías Altas. Cedeira has a population of 7,412 inhabitants (INE, 2010).
- Cedeira (Santa María do Mar)
- Cervo (Santalla)
- Esteiro (San Fiz)
- Montoxo (San Xiao)
- Piñeiro (San Cosme)
- Régoa (Santa María)
- San Román de Montoxo (San Román)
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Trawlers from Cedeira travel to South Africa, Terranova in Canada or the Irish Box to fish. Most of the fish, mainly tuna, is canned and stored in warehouses locally for later distribution to different parts of Spain and Europe.
Farming, horse breeding and timber production, together with services are the main economic activities. Since the late 1980s Cedeira has developed into a coastal resort.
Wind-mill parks are common in Ferrolterra, particularly in the boroughs of Cariño, Cedeira and A Capela.
Cedeira hosts a small Medieval Fair in one of its main squares each year. In addition, the gastronomical "Percebe" festival is held in July.