Typical lunch (optional)
In our tours to Finisterre and Costa da Morte we offer an optional lunch with typical galician products.
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.
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.
A trip by the main spots through the Camino de Santiago from Santiago to Finisterre
Información al detalle
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 by this medieval town, founded at the 13th century, an essential stop on the Camino de Santiago. We will learn its history, and visit its famous Gothic bridge and mills.
Viewpoint of Paxareiras
Privileged views of the southern tip of the Costa da Morte, from Lira to Finisterre.
We will visit the Sactuary of Nuestra Señora de la Barca, a pilgrimage place linked to the Camino de Santiago, its spectacular setting, the holy stones and the Skin way.
The point that marks the end of the Roman world, a place for prechristian cults linked to the “Ara Solis” and kilometre zero of the Camino de Santiago, with a spectacular lighthouse (the first built on the Costa da Morte) and special viewpoints over the Atlantic).
One of the most magical parts of Costa da Morte. The only southern European river having a waterfall that flows into the sea, ina an area flanked by Mount Pindo (Celtic Olympus), fishing villages and pristine beaches.
A varied menu with typical galician dishes.
Hórreo of San Martiño de Ozón
A key monument of the Costa da Morte, one of the longest ones in Galicia. Dating from the XVI century and built in granite in an unique setting and flanking the Camino de Santiago to Muxía.
As we adapt to your situation, our selection of stops are tailored to your own needs. We choose nice and confortable places because discovering Galicia should not be a complicated experience.
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