Vigo is a city and municipality in north-west Spain, in Galicia, situated on the ria of the same name on the Atlantic Ocean. In 2010 there were 16,735 foreigners living in the city, representing a 5,6% of the total population. The main nationalities are Portuguese (16%), Brazilians (11%) and Colombians (7%). By language, according to 2008 data, 7% of the population speak always in Galician, 43% speak always in Spanish and the rest use both interchangeably. This makes Vigo the least Galician-speaking city in Galicia.