Coruna is a busy port and distribution hub on the Atlantic coast of Galicia in northern Spain. The city was established as a port in Roman times, and Julius Caesar is reputed to have visited the area, which didn't become properly settled by Rome until the second century. The city's growth during the Middle Ages, when it became a centre for the production of fine textiles, began the transformation of Coruna into the city we recognise today as the administrative centre of Galicia, with a growing tourist industry. Coruna, like most places in Spain, has both religious and non-religious festivals throughout the year, the biggest of which, the Feast of San Juan, sees fires lit on the city's beaches that burn well into the evening, and dazzling firework displays. Coruna is served by the railway station at San Cristovo, with connections to Madrid, Barcelona and a host of other destinations. Follow the link for details of Enterprise Coruna.