Spanish mythology

Spanish mythology refers to the sacred myths of the cultures of Spain. They include Galician mythology, Asturian mythology, Cantabrian mythology, Catalan mythology and Basque mythology. They also include the myths and religions of the Celts, Celtiberians, Iberians, Milesians, Carthaginians, Suebi, Visigoths, Spaniards, Moors of Spain, and some Roman and Greek mythology.

See also: Cuento


Ancient Hispania




Cantabrian mythology

  • Anjana, Cantabrian fairy-like divinities.
  • Caballucos del Diablu, Devil's Little Horses.[3]
  • Cuegle, wild monster.
  • Culebre, Cantabria snake-dragon
  • Hombre pez, Fish-man.
  • Guajona, old witch vampire.
  • Ojáncanu, Cantabrian cyclops.
  • Ojáncana, Cantabrian feminine cyclops.
  • Nuberu, bad spirit of the wind.
  • Musgosu, kind wanderer.
  • Ramidreju, fantastic animal born from a weasel.
  • Mengues, malignant worms.
  • Osa de Andara, Andara's Bear.
  • Laro and Coroccotta, Cantabri warriors.
  • Sirenuca, Little Siren.
  • El Sol de los Muertos, The Sun of the Dead.
  • Trasgu, Cantabrian goblin.[4]
  • Trenti, Cantabrian friendly goblin.
  • Tentiruju, Cantabrian goblin.
  • Trastolillu, Cantabrian domestic goblin.
  • Ventolines, good spirits of the wind.[ Ventolines]




Main article: Basque mythology


  1. The Fairy Mythology: Celts and Cymry: The Daughter of Peter de Cabinam
  2. The Fairy Mythology: Celts and Cymry: Pepito el Corcovado
  3. Cantabria Joven - Mitología - Genios y Otros seres
  4. Cantabria Joven - Mitología - Duendes y Seres Traviesos
  5. The Fairy Mythology: Celts and Cymry: Origin of the House of Haro
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