Roundtrip to Finisterre - Muxía (Costa da Morte)

Our trip:

Departure from Santiago de Compostela to the "Costa da Morte".

Muxía, visiting this town to know one of the marine shrines with more tradition of Galicia, "Nosa Señora da Barca" located in a spectacular location by the sea. Spot where the legend says that the apparition of the Virgin to the Apostle Santiago took place.

Finisterre, the end of the ancient world. Place where pilgrims coming from Compostela meet the immensity of the Atlantic Ocean. Stop at the lighthouse, wich is the guide to the boats through the dangerous waters of the "Coast of Death".

Ézaro, visit to the exceptional waterfall of the Xallas River, which crosses Ézaro to end up emptying into the sea in a cascade, the only case in Europe.

Muros , stop at the port of the old town of this fishirmen's village, witness of the Galician culture and tradition where the sea is the main character. Their typical houses with arcades and galleries and their picturesque atmosphere stands out. It's varied gastronomic offer is the reason to stop here where we have free time to eat and get to know the town.


DEPARTURES:

- 09.00: main entrance of the CGAC (Galician Center of Contemporary Art), Rúa Valle Inclán 3, 15703 Santiago.

- 09.05: Rúa de Galeras 9 (next to the pharmacy).

- 09.15: Rúa da Rosa 4 (bus stop).

RETURN:

- 17.00 approx.

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