Finisterre - Costa da morte

This tour to Finisterre and the “Coast of Death” includes stops in; Ponte Maceira, Panoramic views of Carnota, Ézaro waterfall, Lighthouse and town of Finisterre, Muxía and Giant Tradicitonal Granary of Ozón.

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Meeting point

Santiago de Compostela


Accredited official tour guide for the entire day, transportation and mandatory insurance

Not included


What to bring

Comfortable shoes and clothing suitable for different weather conditions


English, Spanish (check availability of Portuguese, Italian and French)

Audio guides

Free of charge (ask for them at the time of booking)

Important information

Accessible tour for people with reduced mobility, ask about the possibility of transporting baby seats, wheelchairs and suitcases

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    Fishing village that offers us exceptional views of the estuary. The historic centre of the 15th century opens to the sea in a port that was of great importance for trade in the 16th century.
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    In the last stretch of the course of the Xallas River, it runs through the foothills of Mount Pindo, until it ends up rushing into the sea from about 40 metres high in what we know as the Ézaro Waterfall. A unique show in Europe.
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    Lighthouse & Km0

    End of the world for Romans and Greeks and border between the world of the living and the dead for Celtic cultures. There we will visit what was believed to be the westernmost point in Europe, the lighthouse and kilometre zero (Km 0) of the Camino de Santiago.
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    Fisterra Town

    Famous fishing village. In the town of Finisterre we will have free time to enjoy Galician cuisine, visit the fishing port and walk its charming streets
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    For many, the Way and experience extends from Santiago de Compostela to the town of Muxía, located a little further north of finisterre. A spectacular place with an important cultural heritage The Sanctuary of the Barca built at the foot of the sea and the stones of its surroundings; the "Pedra de Abalar", the "Pedra dos Cadrís" and the “Pedra do Temón”. From the Sanctuary, a small path leads us to the summit of Mount Corpiño that offers us magnificent views of the estuary and Cape Vilán, the beaches of Leis and Lago and Mount Facho.
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    Ponte Maceira

    Beautiful village in the vicinity of Santiago de Compostela. Its famous 14th century bridge over the Tambre River stands out. We will also see here an interesting set of mills of mediaeval origin and the town itself with its cobbled streets. All in the middle of an environment of surprising natural beauty.

In this tour of the “Costa da Morte” the landscape is the real protagonist. It is a trip to a unique and special charming area. To a land of mystery, legends and myths.

Our first stop will be in Ponte Maceira, a small town near Santiago de Compostela and a must for pilgrims who continue their journey towards the “end of the World.” It is a charming village where the protagonist is the 14th century bridge over the Tambre River. An enclave that surprises with the natural beauty of the environment as well as a beautiful set of mediaeval mills.

We return to our way and head towards the coast. We will arrive at Muros, a beautiful fishing village where we can enjoy a walk through the historic area or through the port of the town. We will admire from this small town the incomparable views of the estuary.

Continuing the road along the coast a few kilometres away, between the ocean and Mount Pindo, we will find the Ézaro waterfall. In this place we will see how the Xallas River falls into the sea forming this waterfall. The Ézaro waterfall is probably the most famous in Galicia.

Our next destination is Cape Fisterra (Finisterre). End of the world for Romans and Greeks as well as the border between the world of the living and the dead for Celtic cultures. There we will visit what was believed to be the westernmost point in Europe, the Lighthouse and the zero kilometre (Km 0) of the Camino de Santiago.

Then we will go down to the town of Fisterra where we will stop for lunch and have free time to walk through the town and its fishing port.

The next stop of our tour will be Muxía, the other possible end of this continuation of the Camino de Santiago. We will find here with a beautiful Sanctuary at the foot of the Atlantic and with three stones considered sacred by the Galicians since always (we will tell you why).

And after a day full of beautiful and incredible landscapes, we then returned to Santiago de Compostela

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