Duration: 8-9 hours.
THE TOUR: Includes official guide and visits
END TIME (APROX): 9-9,30 a.m.
departures: Consultar en el calendario SALIDAS Y PUNTOS DE RECOGIDA.
price: 35€ (adulto), 17,50€ (niño hasta 12 años), gratis (menores de 3 años).
other: POSIBILIDAD DE INCLUIR COMIDA (PRIMERO+SEGUNDO+POSTRE+CAFÉ) POR 12€ (ADULTO) Y 6€ (NIÑO).
Our nº1 tour
A day at Fisterra and Costa da morte
A magical trip towards the last lights of Europe, walking through picturesque fishing towns, natural landscapes, sacred celtic sites an the cradle of the best fish and shellfish of the world. Let us show you the complete itinerary and book your tour.
We will walk throu this medieval town dated on the 13 century, a stop in the Camino. We will know its history, its famous gothic bridge and its watermills
Viewpoint of Paxareiras
A privileged sight of Costa da Morte south, from Lira to Fisterra.
We will walk the last meters of the Camino, towards the Worlds End of the romans, a site of pre-christian cults related to the "Ara Solis". We will cross the KM 0,00, the spectacular Lighthouse, the viewpoints over the Atlantic Ocean.
Small fishing town. We will pass through its intrincate streets, its fish market or the Castle of San Carlos (a coastal fortress built in the 17 century to avoid the attacks suffered by the town, and currently a Fishing Museum).
- You can book a lunch in your tour. Add it in the booking process
- If you don't have the lunch included, you will have free time to eat where you prefer. Ask our guides!
Único río del sur de Europa que desemboca directamente en el mar en una cascada, la cascada de Ézaro está ubicado en un hermoso y mítico enclave, a los pies del «Olimpo Celta» (el Monte Pindo). Su entorno se compone de pueblos marineros y playas vírgenes.
We will visit the Sanctuary of Lady of A Barca, a pilgrimage site related to the Camino and full of holy stones. We well walk to the Corpiño Hill, to the Skin Way and to the monument of the Prestige, in memory of that catastrophe.
Granary of San Martiño de Ozón
Finally, we will walk by the old Hospital-Muxía road, crossing on of the main monuments of Costa da Morte, on of Galicia's giant granaries. It is dated in the 16 century and built in granite.
***Exceptionally this stop can be changed by the no less impressive granary of Carnota due to religious acts that prevent the visit to San Martiño.