Muxía: We will visit the Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de la Barca, a pilgrimage place linked to the Camino de Santiago, its spectacular setting, the holy stones and the Skin way.
Fisterra: The point that marks the end of the Roman world, a place for prechristian cults linked to the “Ara Solis” and kilometre zero of the Camino de Santiago, with a spectacular lighthouse (the first built ont the Costa da Morte) and special viewpoints over the Atlantic).
Ézaro waterfall: One of the most magical parts of Costa da Morte. The only southern European river having a waterfall that flows into the sea, ina an area flanked by Mount Pindo (Celtic Olympus), fishing villages and pristine beaches.
Lunch: Free time to eat in the village of Finisterre
Hórreo de Carnota: one of the giant grana of Galicia.
Muros: We can take a wonderful walk through this charming fishing village, come to see the sale of fish or have a drink on one of its many terraces before returning to Santiago.Need more information? Then, contact us and we will gladly assist you.
As we adapt to your situation, our selection of stops are tailored to your own needs. We choose nice and confortable places because discovering Galicia should not be a complicated experience.
|Excursión a Costa da Morte con menú degustación||47.00€|
Praza de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, 15706
Coordeadas para GPS: 42.87649501, -8.54457632
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