The tour starts at 9 in the morning from the Galicia square, just on the Banco Santander corner.
Our first stop will be at Ponte Maceira, a small town near Santiago de Compostela and an obligatory pass for pilgrims who continue their journey towards the "end of the world". It is a charming little town where the protagonist is the 14th century bridge over the Tambre river. An enclave that surprises for the natural beauty of the environment as well as for a beautiful set of medieval mills.
We take our way and head towards the coast. There we will find one of the most spectacular lighthouses in Europe, the Vilán Cape Lighthouse. From the cliffs we can feel the wind and see the scene of great shipwrecks from the past. In the old lighthouse keepers' house we can visit a small museum.
Across the bay is the next stop on our tour, Muxia. Possible end of this continuation of the Camino de Santiago. We will meet here with a beautiful Sanctuary beside the Atlantic ocean and with three stones considered sacred by the Galizans since always (we will tell you why).
Our next destination is the Cape of Fisterra (Finisterre). End of the world for Romans and Greeks. There we will visit what was believed to be the most western point in Europe, the Lighthouse and kilometer zero (Km 0) of the Camino de Santiago.
In the town of Fisterra we will stop for lunch and we will have free time to walk around the town and its fishing port.
n our way back to Santiago we will skirt the coast until we reach Ézaro. There we will see how the Xallas river falls into the sea forming a waterfall, the Ézaro waterfall, probably the most famous in Galiza.
During the journey our guides will tell stories, legends and interesting information about the area.
|Visita guiada por Costa da Morte; Ponte Maceira, Cabo Vilán, Muxía,Faro de Finisterre, villa de Finisterre y Cascada de Ézaro||39.00€|
Plaza de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, 15702
Coordeadas para GPS: 42.87682502, -8.54409902
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