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The Camino Finisterre – a 2024 information & strolling levels

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The Camino Finisterre is an extension of the Camino de Santiago that takes pilgrims from Santiago de Compostela to what in previous occasions was believed to be “the tip of the world” or Finisterre. The Finisterre-Muxia route is the one method that begins not ends in Santiago de Compostela.

There are two ending factors on this route Finisterre and Muxía, you possibly can select one in every of them or stroll to each, there’s a route (a part of the Camino) that connects them. The primary 60km from Santiago is identical route, at Hospital it splits into two other ways (day 3). Most individuals stroll this route after finishing one of many longer Camino routes, we walked it after ending the Camino del Norte.

The Lighthouse at Cape Muxia at the sunsetThe Lighthouse at Cape Muxia at the sunset
The gorgeous sundown at Cape Muxia, the tip of the Camino Finisterre-Muxia

Desk of Contents

Camino Finisterre free downloadable PDFs

That can assist you with route planning we created downloadable PDF recordsdata that comprise strolling levels for the Camino Finisterre and locations to remain alongside the route.

Camino Finisterre route overview

  • Distance – Santiago to Finisterre – 89km/55 miles, Santiago to Muxía – 86km/53 miles, Santiago to Muxía to Finisterre – 115km/71 miles, Santiago to Finisterre to Muxía – 118km/73 miles
  • Variety of days required – 4-5
  • Place to begin – Santiago de Compostela
  • Ending level – Finisterre or Muxía
  • Common value – 25-30 Euro per particular person per day
  • Route marking – yellow shells and arrows
  • Lodging – private and non-private albergues, hostels, accommodations

Our recap of the Camino Finisterre stroll

When you don’t really feel like strolling extra after finishing one of many longer Camino routes you possibly can keep in Santiago de Compostela for a few days there are numerous nice issues to do within the metropolis together with a day journey from Santiago to Finisterre and Muxia.

How lengthy is the route?

The route from Santiago de Compostela to Finisterre is 89 km/55 mi. The route from Santiago to Muxia is 86 km/53 mi. You want 3-5 days to finish it. When you stroll to each capes the full distance is 115 km/71 mi. You’ll want 4-6 days to stroll the Camino.

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Which one is healthier Finisterre or Muxia?

It’s at all times tough to check locations and sights and say which one is healthier. When you’ve got sufficient time I’d recommend visiting each. If you must select, go to Cape Finisterre, not as a result of it’s extra stunning however as a result of traditionally it was the tip of the Camino route. We appreciated Muxía extra largely due to the climate; we had a horrible day at Finisterre with stormy wind and pouring rain and a pleasant sunny day in Muxía.

  • Each factors; Finisterre and Muxía have 0km marking whichever you go to you’ll finish on the 0km level.
  • Extra folks go to Finisterre together with day guests and teams that arrive by bus; Muxía is much less touristy even within the peak season there are considerably fewer folks.
  • The Cape in Muxía is just 10min. stroll from the middle of the city in comparison with a 3km stroll from the city to the purpose at Finisterre.
  • There are extra locations of curiosity in Muxía; sanctuary da Nossa Señora da Barca, A Ferida monument, Piedra de Abalar, Piedra dos Cadrís, Monte Corpiño view-point.
  • The precise cape in Muxía is extra spacious in comparison with Finisterre so it doesn’t get overcrowded. 

There’s a each day bus that goes between Finisterre and Muxía if you happen to don’t really feel like strolling. 

Really useful books and guidebooks

The principle guidebook for the Camino Finisterre-Muxía is A Pilgrim’s Information to the Camino Inglés: & Camino Finisterre Together with Múxia Circuit (Camino Guides) by John Brierly, 2022 version. This information contains the Camino Ingles and the Camino Finisterre-Muxía routes.

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Are you able to get the Compostela for the Camino Finisterre?

Not, for finishing the Camino Finisterre-Muxia you don’t get the Compostela certificates. You can get two comparable certificates; the Finisterrana and the Muxiana. The Finisterrana you get on the Tourism Info in Finisterre. The Muxiana one you get within the municipal albergue in Muxía.

A milestone marking the end of the Camino Finisterre, 0 kilometreA milestone marking the end of the Camino Finisterre, 0 kilometre
A milestone at Cape Finisterre marking kilometer 0 of the Camino de Santiago

When is the most effective time for strolling?

We walked the Camino Finisterre in November and more often than not it rained typically very arduous the day we arrived at Finisterre was horrible; sturdy wind, heavy rain, and unhealthy visibility. From our Camino expertise, the shoulder season (Might-June and September) is the most effective time to do the Camino; not too many individuals and the climate remains to be good (not too sizzling, not too wet).

In October you may be fortunate and never get a lot rain or unfortunate and stroll within the pouring rain. The warmest months in Galicia are July and August – the busiest time when there are literally thousands of folks all over the place. When you’re planning to stroll in these months we’d recommend reserving lodging upfront. Off-season November – March weather-wise isn’t the most effective time for strolling to Finisterre; it’s fairly chilly, it rains rather a lot, only a few pilgrims and lots of locations are closed for the low season. 

Camino Finisterre value

Lodging on the Camino. All municipal albergues on the route value 8 Euro pp., non-public albergues are between 12 and 14 Euro, and accommodations are 40+ Euro for a personal room.

Meals on the Camino de Santiago. Menu del Dia (first dish, fundamental, wine/beer/cool drink, espresso or dessert, bread) – 10 Euro; breakfast (espresso with croissant or toast with butter and jam) – 3 Euro; English breakfast with espresso – 5 Euro; dinner – 10-15 Euro, espresso between 1 and 1,5 Euro. A grocery store meal (ready-made salads, microwave meals, sandwiches) – between 2,5 and 4 Euro.

Transport. Bus Finisterre – Santiago – 11 Euro; bus Muxía – Santiago – 8 Euro.

Laundry. 3 Euro washing, 3 Euro drying.

Our price range breakdown (2 folks, 6 days)

  • Lodging – 120 Euro, we stayed at each municipal and personal albergues and one evening in a pension. When you keep solely in municipal albergues your lodging will value you as little as 24 Euro (4 days) and 30 Euro (5 days) per particular person.
  • Consuming out – 45 Euro, we didn’t eat Menu del Dia, ate breakfast a few occasions, and stopped for espresso as soon as a day.
  • Procuring – 100 Euro, many of the meals we purchased at supermarkets.
  • Laundry – 6 Euro, did washing+drying as soon as.
  • Transport – 16 Euro, we took a bus from Muxía to Santiago de Compostela.

Complete: 287 Euro/6 days/2 folks or 24 Euro per particular person per day.

We now have an in depth submit on the price of strolling the Camino the place you’ll find extra info on bills, money-saving ideas, and discover out what you will get on the Camino for 20, 30, and 40 Euro a day.

What’s the lodging like on the Camino?

Being part of the Camino de Santiago routes the Finisterre route has albergues (particular hostels for pilgrims). There are two kinds of albergues: municipal (public) and personal albergues. Municipal albergues are solely for pilgrims. To remain there, you must present your Credential, a certificates that confirms that you simply’re a pilgrim. You will get one for the Camino Finisterre on the Pilgrim’s Reception Workplace in Santiago.

Non-public albergues/hostels are for everyone regardless if you happen to stroll there or get by bus.

Municipal (public) albergues on the Camino Finisterre 

Municipal albergues are run by the municipality, they value 8 Euro per particular person per mattress. These albergues are solely for pilgrims with a Credential. The municipal albergues open for check-in between 1 pm and 1.30 pm.

The doorways are often closed after 10 pm if you happen to exit for dinner or a drink ensure to return again in time. You need to depart municipal albergues earlier than 8 am the following morning. You’ll be able to keep in a municipal albergue for just one evening.

On the Camino Finisterre municipal albergues are in superb situation (clear, massive, and spacious). We stayed in each municipal and personal and located the municipal albergues to be good.

Public (municipal) albergues on the Camino Finisterre may be present in

  • Negreira – 21 km from Santiago
  • Olveiroa – 54 km from Santiago
  • Dumbria – 65 km from Santiago
  • Corcubión – 75 km from Santiago
  • Muxía – 86 km from Santiago
  • Finisterre – 89 km from Santiago

Non-public albergues on the route

Non-public albergues are extra like hostels the place anyone can keep. The fee is between 10 and 14 Euro pp. Non-public albergues are extra versatile they may allow you to test in earlier and take a look at later. They’re often smaller and have higher amenities although, on the Camino Finisterre-Muxia, public albergues are good.

Public vs non-public albergues on the Camino Finisterre

Options Public albergues Non-public albergues
Worth 8 Euro 12-14 Euro
Just for pilgrims Sure No
Want the Credential Sure No
Will be booked No Sure
Settle for baggage supply No Sure
Permit staying greater than 1 evening No Sure
Evaluating private and non-private albergues on the Camino Finisterre

What to pack for the stroll?

This route could be very quick you don’t have to convey numerous stuff. Many pilgrims depart their massive backpacks of their lodge in Santiago and stroll the Camino Finisterre with a day pack. As an possibility, you should utilize a backpack shuttle service and convey as a lot stuff as you need. Yow will discover the entire packing record for various seasons for women and men in our Camino de Santiago packing record submit.

Selecting the best pair of footwear and a superb backpack is essential. Discover out concerning the finest footwear for strolling the Camino and the finest backpacks for the Camino de Santiago.

Campbell and Alya at the cape Muxia at the sunsetCampbell and Alya at the cape Muxia at the sunset
Stingy Nomads at Cape Muxia after finishing the Camino Finisterre-Muxia in November

Baggage switch on the Camino Finisterre

Like on another Camino route, it’s doable to rearrange baggage supply service on the Camino Finisterre-Muxia. The supply service could be very easy within the morning you permit your backpack or suitcase on the reception on a personal albergue of a lodge, a automotive picks it up and drives it to your subsequent lodging place. By the point you arrive, your baggage is already there. The typical worth is 7 Euro per backpack per stage.

There are a number of corporations providing baggage supply providers on the Camino to Finisterre and Muxía. The three fundamental corporations are Correos and Pilbeo.

Camino Finisterre-Muxia map

Camino Finisterre route mapCamino Finisterre route map
A map of the Camino Finisterre-Muxia from Santiago

Santiago de Compostela, the start of the stroll

The Camino Finisterre-Muxía is the one Camino route that begins and doesn’t end in Santiago. Most pilgrims stroll it as an extension after finishing one of many different routes. As I already talked about we walked to Finisterre after ending the Northern Camino. I can advocate persevering with to Finisterre you probably have time, particularly after finishing one of many lengthy inland Camino routes e.g. the Camino Frances or the Through de la Plata. After strolling for 30-40 days via the arid panorama and infinite fields it’s good to get to the ocean.

Excursions and actions in Santiago de Compostela

Locations to remain in Santiago

There are various nice locations to remain in Santiago de Compostela for various budgets from albergues to luxurious accommodations.

The Gothic Cathedral of St.James lightened by the sunThe Gothic Cathedral of St.James lightened by the sun
The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, the start line of the Camino Finisterre on the sundown

Camino Finisterre – strolling levels (a 4-day itinerary)

Day 1. Santiago de Compostela to Negreira, 21 km/13 mi

The Camino begins on the Cathedral; from Obradoiro Sq. comply with Rua das Hortas, the road on the appropriate that goes down previous Lodge Reyes Catolicos. You’ll begin seeing yellow arrows painted on the asphalt (although the arrows are a bit light), and comply with the arrows. Cross Rua do Pombal (a busy highway) and comply with alongside Rua da Poza de Bar. After about 1km from the cathedral, at Caballeria de San Lorenzo Park, you’ll see the primary distance pole. From there on the route is well-marked with distance poles.

If you wish to break up the stage into two you possibly can cease at Roxos, a small village about 8 km from Santiago de Compostela. It’s not proper on the Camino route, it’s about an 800-meter loop. There are two accommodations Lodge O Desvio and Asador de Roxos Casa Albardonedo. This manner you stroll 21 km over 2 days; 8 km and 13 km (1 further kilometer to get to Roxos from the Camino and again).

Factors of curiosity

  • Park Caballeria de San Lorenzo (right here you discover the primary distance mark)
  • The medieval bridge over the River Roxos
  • The Baroque church of Trasmonte
  • A ravishing city of Ponte Maceira; a small waterfall, an previous medieval bridge, the chapel of Carmen surrounded by picturesque inexperienced hills – a pleasant place to cease for espresso or lunch.
  • Pazo de Cotón – a medieval fort in Negreira (on the exit of the city, on the way in which to the municipal albergue).

Challenges

  • The primary 1km of the Camino via the town isn’t marked very effectively
  • Slight up and down hills all the way in which
  • An extended and steep ascend after 12km, 220m altitude achieve

Negreira

It’s fairly a giant city if you want to draw cash, purchase some drugs or inventory meals that is the place to do it. There will likely be no supermarkets or retailers until Cee (if you happen to go to Finisterre) or until Dumbría (if you happen to go to Muxía).

  • ATM – sure
  • Municipal albergue – sure, it’s about 1km previous the city, we’d recommend bringing meals, there’s a massive Gadis grocery store on the way in which.
  • Non-public albergue – sure
  • Lodge – sure
  • Grocery store – sure
  • Store – sure
  • Pharmacy – sure
  • Restaurant/bar – sure

Extra locations to remain in Negreira

A stone bridge at Ponte Maceira on the first day of the Camino walkA stone bridge at Ponte Maceira on the first day of the Camino walk
A picturesque village of Ponte Maceira, Camino Finisterre-Muxía

Day 2. Negreira to Olveiroa, 33 km/20,5 mi

A pleasant stroll via the forest at first after a few hours adjustments into the countryside surroundings with many small villages, pasture fields, well-known Galician rock granaries, and lots of of cows. The route continues going up and down all the way in which. From Negreira there are a number of bars-albergues to cease for espresso, breakfast or lunch received’t be an issue. We stopped for espresso at A Pena, about 8km from the municipal albergue. Notice! There will likely be no retailers/supermarkets on the way in which.

Factors of curiosity

  • The granaries of As Maroñas
  • The previous church in Santa Mariña
  • Church of San Cristovo de Corzón
  • Mount Aro (556m) from the highest you possibly can see a giant a part of the area and the ocean
  • Ponte Olveiroa – a bridge constructed within the sixteenth century

Challenges

  • An extended however gradual ascend, 150m altitude achieve that begins from the municipal albergue  
  • Some components of the highway may be a bit muddy if it rains rather a lot

Olveiroa

A small village with a few bars and albergues.

  • ATM – no
  • Municipal albergue – sure
  • Non-public albergue – sure
  • Lodge – sure
  • Grocery store – no
  • Store – sure, a really small grocery store with few issues
  • Pharmacy – no
  • Restaurant/bar – sure

Extra locations to remain in Olveiroa

Day 3 (possibility 1). Olveiroa to Muxía, 32,5 km/20 mi

As we speak you must resolve to go first to Muxía after which to Finisterre or one other method round (if you happen to’re planning to go to each after all). As I already talked about above I’d advocate going first to Muxía and ending in Finisterre. The stroll from Olveiroa to Muxía is slightly bit shorter – 32 km vs 35 km to Finisterre.

An extended strolling day via the fields, forest, and small villages with many hills on the way in which. After 5km from Olveiroa, at Hospital, the route splits into two; the appropriate one goes to Muxia the left continues to Finisterre. We walked each methods (we did the entire loop Hospital-Finisterre-Muxia-Dumbira) and I can say the surroundings each methods is kind of comparable besides on the way in which to Finisterre you stroll previous Corcubión – a pleasant seaside city, from Corcubión to Finisterre you stroll previous a number of seashores. On the way in which to Muxía, you possibly can see the longest granary in Galicia, the granary of San Mariño de Ozon.

Factors of curiosity

  • Church of Santa Baia de Dumbría
  • Chapel de Santiño de Espiño
  • The granary of San Martiño de Ozón, is the longest in Spain – 27m lengthy.
  • Church of San Xulián de Moraime
  • Muxía

Challenges

  • A straightforward strolling day, with slight ups and downs

Muxía

A pleasant little city the place you’ll find all of the providers, a superb place for seafood lovers. Two eating places serve native seafood together with the well-known pulpo (octopus). 

  • ATM – sure
  • Municipal albergue – sure
  • Non-public albergue – sure
  • Lodge – sure
  • Grocery store – sure, closed on Sundays
  • Store – sure
  • Pharmacy – sure
  • Restaurant/bar – sure

Locations to remain in Muxía

The granary of Ozon in Galicia on the walking route to MuxiaThe granary of Ozon in Galicia on the walking route to Muxia
The granary of Ozon is the longest in Galicia. On the way in which from Olveiro to Muxía

Day 3 (possibility 2). Olveiroa to Finisterre, 32 km/20 mi

After 5km at Hospital, you’ll see a break up, flip left to Finisterre. Notice! The following place after the bar at Hospital (fairly costly) the place you will get meals or espresso is in Cee, 15km away. When you don’t really feel like strolling 32 km to Finisterre you possibly can cease after 21 km in Cee or Corcubión. The following morning you possibly can proceed strolling to Finisterre, 11 km extra.

The Cape Finisterre is about 3 km away from the city, it’s 6 km further to stroll to and again. You’ll be able to test in, have lunch, depart your backpack at your house, and stroll to Finisterre.

When you’re not planning to stroll to Muxía you possibly can catch a bus from Finisterre to Santiago de Compostela, there are 4 to six each day buses (relying on the day of the week).

Factors of curiosity

  • Sanctuary of A Nosa Señora das Neves and its “holy fountain” about 2km after Hospital
  • Chapel of San Pedro Mártir
  • O Cruceiro da Armada
  • Cee – the most important city within the space with many eating places, bars, bakeries and so forth. A ravishing church of A Xunqueira, a number of good buildings.
  • Corcubión – a smallish city subsequent to Cee with a pleasant seaside, cobblestone streets, church of San Marcos.
  • The cove of Talón – a small stunning seaside
  • The lengthy seaside and dunes of Playa Langosteira
  • Finisterre

Challenges

  • Distance – 35km
  • A comparatively straightforward stroll, largely flat with one lengthy descent from Cruceiro da Armada to Cee.

Finisterra

A touristy city with many eating places, bars, accommodations, albergues, and retailers. 

  • ATM – sure
  • Municipal albergue – sure
  • Non-public albergue – sure
  • Lodge – sure
  • Grocery store – sure
  • Store – sure
  • Pharmacy – sure
  • Restaurant/bar – sure

Locations to remain in Finisterre

It’s doable to remain on the very cape Finisterre, subsequent to the Lighthouse at Lodge O Semaforo. It’s fairly dear however the location and the surroundings round are actually spectacular. It’s a small and comfy lodge with superbly designed rooms, breathtaking views, and a pleasant restaurant.

Day 4. Muxía to Finisterre/Finisterre to Muxía, 29km/18 miles

The route is marked in each instructions. The path takes you thru the attractive forest, previous some superb seashores, inexperienced hills, and so forth. The stroll to Finisterre begins on the municipal albergue de Muxía follows the coast for 2-3 km after which turns inland. The one place on the way in which the place you’ll find meals (eating places) is the small city of Lires, 15 km from Muxía and 14 km from Finisterre.

There are a few accommodations and visitor homes in Lires you probably have time and don’t really feel like strolling 29 km in someday you possibly can keep right here. The precise Cape Finisterre is 3 km away from the city, as an possibility, you possibly can test into albergue/guesthouse, depart there your backpack and stroll the final 3 km (6km return) with out further weight.

When you’ve got a while left you possibly can stroll or catch a bus from Finisterre to Corcubión, 14 km away, and from there take a taxi to the attractive Ézaro waterfalls, about 10 km away.

To get to the route from Finisterre first stroll out of the city (the identical method you got here in) in direction of Playa Langosteira, on the highway break up flip left (don’t go right down to the seaside), and comply with the road until you see Restaurante Asador on the left, in entrance of the restaurant there’s a signal “Muxía”. After that, the route is marked to Muxía. The cape in Muxía with the sanctuary O Barca is simply outdoors the city, 10 min. stroll.

Factors of curiosity

  • The seaside of Lourido
  • Church buildings Santa Locaia de Frixe and Santa Maria de Morquintian in Lires
  • The seaside of O Rostro

Challenges

  • One lengthy ascend (if you happen to stroll from Muxía it’s steeper, coming from the Finisterre aspect it’s very gradual), 200m altitude achieve
  • Many smallish ups and downs
  • Just one place within the center to cease for meals
A view of the wild beach surrounded by the hills from the Camino routeA view of the wild beach surrounded by the hills from the Camino route
A ravishing wild seaside at O Rostro, on the way in which from Muxía to Finisterre

Camino Finisterre – strolling levels (a 5-day itinerary)

When you’ve got sufficient time and strolling 30+km a day sounds an excessive amount of you possibly can stroll the route from Santiago to Finisterre/Muxía in 4 days + 1 day to stroll from Muxía to Finisterre or vice-versa, in whole it’s going to take 5 days to finish the route.

Day 1. Santiago to Negreira, 21 km/13 miles

The primary day of this itinerary is identical as day one of many 4-day itinerary.

Day 2. Negreira to As Maroñas, 22 km/13,6 mi or to Lago, 27 km/17 mi

When you’re strolling to Finisterre first then it’s higher to stroll 27 km to Lago to make the following strolling day to Corcubión shorter. When you’re going first to Muxía it’s higher to cease at As Maroñas or Santa Mariña.

As Maroñas and Santa Mariña are two small villages 1km aside. The non-public albergues in each villages are fairly good although one in Santa Mariña doesn’t have a kitchen. As an possibility today you possibly can stroll 6km additional and cease at Lago, the non-public albergue there’s nicer and the restaurant is healthier.

Factors of curiosity

  • The granaries of As Maroñas
  • The previous church in Santa Mariña

Challenges

  • An extended gradual ascend, 150m altitude achieve that begins from the municipal albergue de Negreira
  • Some components of the highway may be a bit muddy if it rains rather a lot

As Maroñas/Santa Mariña

Two villages 1km aside, every has an albergue and a bar, Santa Mariña has a bakery (closed on Sundays).

  • ATM – no
  • Municipal albergue – no
  • Non-public albergue – sure, 2 non-public albergues within the village
  • Lodge – no
  • Grocery store – no
  • Store – no, solely a bakery
  • Pharmacy – no
  • Restaurant/bar – sure

Lago (Mazaricos)

A tiny place not even a village with a pleasant non-public albergue, two eating places, and never a lot else.

  • ATM – no
  • Municipal albergue – no
  • Non-public albergue – sure
  • Lodge – no
  • Grocery store – no
  • Store – no
  • Pharmacy – no
  • Restaurant/bar – sure

Locations to remain in Lago

Day 3 (possibility 1, Muxía). As Maroñas/Santa Mariña to Dumbría, 22,5 km/14 mi 

The bar at As Maroñas opens solely at 9 am if you happen to’re planning to begin strolling earlier you possibly can cease at Lago for breakfast, 6km, Monte Aro restaurant has totally different choices together with eggs and bacon.

Factors of curiosity

  • Church of San Cristovo de Corzón
  • Mount Aro (556m) from the highest you possibly can see a giant a part of the area and the ocean
  • Ponte Olveiroa – a bridge constructed within the sixteenth century
  • Church of Santa Baia de Dumbría

Challenges

A average straightforward strolling day with a number of up and down hills, nothing too hectic.

Dumbría

A much bigger village than the earlier two with some infrastructure.

  • ATM – sure
  • Municipal albergue – sure
  • Non-public albergue – no
  • Lodge – sure
  • Grocery store – no
  • Store – sure, a grocery retailer on the bar
  • Pharmacy – sure
  • Restaurant/bar – sure

Extra locations to remain in Dumbría

A small Galician church on the way to Muxia A small Galician church on the way to Muxia
A small stunning church on the path to Muxia

Day 3 (possibility 2, Finisterre). Lago to Cee/Corcubión, 27,5 km/17 mi

The route splits 11km from Lago, at Hospital. Notice! The bar at Hospital is the final meals place, the following one is just in Cee, 15km away.

Factors of curiosity

  • Ponte Olveiroa – a bridge constructed within the sixteenth century
  • Sanctuary of A Nosa Señora das Neves and its “holy fountain” about 2km after Hospital
  • Chapel of San Pedro Mártir
  • O Cruzeiro da Armada
  • Cee – the most important city within the space with many eating places, bars, bakeries, and so forth. A ravishing church of A Xunqueira, a number of good buildings.
  • Corcubión – a smallish city subsequent to Cee with a pleasant seaside, cobblestone streets, church of San Marcos.

Challenges

  • A comparatively straightforward stroll, largely flat with one lengthy descent from Cruceiro da Armada to Cee.

Cee/Corcubión

  • ATM – sure
  • Municipal albergue – sure
  • Non-public albergue – sure
  • Lodge – sure
  • Grocery store – sure
  • Store – sure
  • Pharmacy – sure
  • Restaurant/bar – sure

Locations to remain in Cee/Corcubión

Day 4 (possibility 1). Dumbría to Muxía, 20,5 km/12,7 mi

There will likely be a few locations on the way in which to cease for breakfast, espresso, or lunch, the primary one in 5km.

Factors of curiosity

  • Chapel de Santiño de Espiño
  • The granary of San Martiño de Ozón, is the longest in Spain – 27m lengthy.
  • Church of San Xulián de Moraime
  • Muxía

Challenges

  • A straightforward strolling day, with slight ups and downs

Locations to remain in Muxía

There’s a good public albergue within the city for six Euro for extra info go to the 4-day itinerary.

Day 4 (possibility 2). Cee/Corcubión to Finisterre, 14,5 km/9 mi

As an possibility after visiting the Cape of Finisterre, you possibly can maintain strolling in direction of Muxía and cease at Lires which is 13km away. There are a few hostels and visitor homes in addition to eating places and bars however no retailers.

Factors of curiosity

  • The cove of Talón – a small stunning seaside
  • The lengthy seaside and dunes of Playa Langosteira
  • Finisterre cape

Challenges

  • An straightforward and quick strolling day 

Locations to remain in Finisterre

There’s a public albergue within the city for 8 Euro. For extra particulars go to the 4-day itinerary.

Day 5. Muxía to Finisterre/Finisterre to Muxía, 29 km/18 mi

Today is identical as day 4 of the 4-day itinerary.

The town of Muxia and its harbor from the view-point at Monte CarpiñoThe town of Muxia and its harbor from the view-point at Monte Carpiño
The view of the city of Muxía from the lookout level Monte Carpiño

Find out how to get again to Santiago de Compostela from Finisterre?

There are direct buses to Santiago from each cities. There are a number of each day buses from Finisterre, the journey takes between 2h15min. and three hours (relying on the route and stops). The bus leaves from the bus cease across the nook from the municipal albergue. Worth 7 Euro pp. paid on the bus. You’ll be able to test on-line for the present departure occasions and costs. Notice! Within the search field “Departure level” kind “Fisterra”, the Galician title of the city.

Find out how to get again from Muxía?

From Muxía it takes between 1h45min. and a pair of hours to get to Santiago, the value is 7 Euro, paid on the bus. The bus leaves from Cafeteria Don Quijote, the second cease is on the bar O’Xardin. You should buy tickets and test the up-to-date itinerary on the MonBus web site.

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