Tour to Finisterre from Santiago de Compostela

Join this route through Costa da Morte, full of incomparable landscapes, legends and mysteries. On this tour to Finisterre we will visit Muros, the Ézaro waterfall, the lighthouse, Km0 and the village of Finisterre, Muxía and Ponte Maceira. Come with us to the end of the world and let the Atlantic air fill your lungs!

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Oficina de Toxo Travel. Rúa dos Bautizados, 12 (Santiago de Compostela)


Transport, accredited official guide and compulsory insurance. Audio guides are also included, ask for them when you book!

Not included

Food, tips

What to bring

Comfortable shoes and clothing suitable for different weather conditions


English and Spanish. If you want to do the tour with a guide who speaks Portuguese, Italian or French, just ask us!

Audio guides

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

Important information

Accessibility: People with reduced mobility can do this trip to Finisterre. Please ask us if you need to transport baby seats, wheelchairs or suitcases.

  • 1
    Town of Muros

    This fishing village offers exceptional views of the estuary, and an impressive historic quarter from the 15th century, declared a Historic-Artistic Monumental Site. You'll fall in love with its typical little fishermen's houses with arcades and galleries.
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    Ézaro waterfall

    In the last stretch of its course, the river Xallas plunges 40 metres into the sea, forming the most famous waterfall in Galicia, a spectacle of nature that surprises and hypnotises.
  • 3
    Fisterra Lighthouse & Km0: the end of the world

    This point is the most visited in Galicia after the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, and is the origin of many stories and legends. We will comment some of them while we observe the spectacular beauty of the Corcubión estuary.
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    Finisterre Village

    Here we will have free time to explore the medieval old town, the fishing port and the fish market, as well as have lunch and enjoy the Galician gastronomy!
  • 5

    A mandatory stop to visit the Sanctuary of A Barca and the 3 sacred stones, with a history that you will love to know. A magical and wild place where the Atlantic breaks with force and the stones have powers...
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    Ponte Maceira

    In this beautiful village of cobbled streets, its famous Romanesque bridge from the 14th century and the group of medieval mills stand out. The natural beauty of the surroundings will captivate you.

The itinerary of this trip to Finisterre from Santiago has been designed to include the most relevant points and the most beautiful landscapes in an already privileged area.

If you only have time to do one route, do this one. The beauty of the landscapes, the stories, myths and legends make for an unforgettable experience.

The first stop on this tour to Finisterre is in Muros, a beautiful fishing village. We will take a walk to admire its historical centre and also the incomparable views of the estuary.

A little further on we will come across the Ézaro waterfall, the only waterfall in Europe that flows into the sea, a real spectacle!

The next stop is Cape Fisterra (Finisterre). This was the end of the world for the Romans and Greeks; for the Celts, it was the border between the world of the living and the dead. We will visit the kilometre 0 of the Way of St. James and the beautiful lighthouse of Finisterre, while we enjoy a breathtaking view over the coast of Carnota and the estuary of Corcubión.

Very close to the lighthouse is the village of Fisterra, where we will have free time for lunch and a stroll. This charismatic fishing village offers many postcard pictures that you will want to photograph.

Our trip to Finisterre continues through Muxía. We will visit the Sanctuary of A Barca, a setting of breathtaking and very special beauty, difficult to describe. You’ll see the sea crashing on the rocks and you’ll discover some of the many legends and rites linked to this area.

The finishing touch to this special day is a visit to Ponte Maceira, a charming little village located 10 minutes from Santiago. Some people even consider it the most beautiful village in Galicia, which is saying something! The river Tambre and its 14th century bridge are the protagonists, and we will also visit the medieval mills.

After this visit, we return to Santiago to finish our tour to Finisterre.

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