The Camino de Santiago epilogue
Our tours to Finisterre and Costa da Morte are designed specially for those who want to discover the astonishing places through the Camino de Santiago epilogue, from Santiago de Compostela to Finisterre and Muxía.
Typical galician lunch (optional)
Ask us and we will inform you about how to complete your tour enjoying the gastronomic experience that best suits you. The best products of the land ... and the sea!
Curiosities about Costa da Morte
Our tour is not the typical one, with two or three stops. Besides, you will know many places that probably you never heard about.
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Price: 39 euros / person without lunch
A magical trip to the latest sunsets in Europe, visiting picturesque fishing villages, natural landscapes, sacred Celtic sites and places where the best fish and seafood of the world is fished. We offer a selection of fixed stops and other options depending on time and wheather. Our tours are tailored for you and not vice versa!.
We will walk through this medieval village, dating from the 13th century, classified as one of the most beautiful in Spain. Its Gothic bridge is one of the jewels of medieval civil engineering in Galicia, and, with the Tambre river and its mills, it forms a unique picture.
We will visit the Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de la Barca, a place of pilgrimage linked to the Camino de Santiago, the Holy Stones, the Skin Way and Mount Corpiño
We will walk the last meters of the Camino, towards the end of the Roman world, a place of pre-Christian cults linked to the “Ara Solis”, crossing KM 0.00, its spectacular lighthouse (the first on Costa da Morte) and its special viewpoints over the Atlantic.
Pueblo de Fisterra
One of the most picturesque towns in Galicia. Its port, its narrow streets and the maritime atmosphere invite you to stretch your legs and enjoy a meal in any of its incredible restaurants
Cascada de Ézaro
The only river in southern Europe that flows into the ocean in a waterfall. We will go through a small walk that will lead us, bordering the Xallas River to its mouth, with small viewpoints from which to obtain wonderful photos of this unique site
Hórreo gigante de Carnota
One of the main monuments of Costa da Morte. Dated in the 18th century, it forms together with the church and the dovecote one of the main exponents of the religious power of the moment.
After visiting the hórreo, we will return to Santiago bordering part of the Ría de Muros y Noia to discover some of the best kept secrets of seafood production in this small bend in the Galician coast.