Finisterre and Costa da Morte Full DayTrip

Magnificent and famous places on the Costa da Morte will be visited, such as the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Barca in Muxía and KM 0 of the Way St James at the Finisterre Lighthouse.

Later we will have free time to have lunch in the town of Finisterre or to be on the beach. Then we will visit the Ézaro Waterfall, which is the only one that ends directly in the Ocean in Europe, and we will end the trip with a visit to the medieval town of Muros.

Things to do Finisterre and Costa da Morte Full DayTrip

Tour to Finisterre – 7 stops

The tour starts at 10:0 0 a.m. from our office, please be there 15 minutes before. Rúa das Casas Raís, 31 (3 minutes from the cathedraland next to the Porta do Camiño, at the entrance to the old part of the city, where the French camino passes) The Pick – Up service (only in Sant iago de Compostela) can only be offered by some hotels and always with prior notice (there are hotels where the bus cannot go due to city laws) If the hotels are not in the list, it is better to contact us to find out if the service is possible. In addition , another possibility can be ( if it is possible) that a staff member can pick you up from the hotel in advance.

Ponte Maceira

One of the key points of the Jacobean route for pilgrims who, once they arrive in Santiago de Compostela, decide to continue their way to the coast of Finisterre, built on the Tambre river. A beautiful place, an obligatory stop on the Way to Finisterre.

Sanctuary of Virxe da Barca

A stop for many pilgrims: The Sanctuary of Virxe da Barca, which faces the force of the ocean and where you can see the different and most famous stones of this place, full of legends about the arrival of the Apostle Santiago.

Cape Finisterre

At this point you can see the famous “END OF THE WORLD” for the ancient Romans, which coincides with Cape Finisterre Here you will find the Finisterre Lighthouse, the Km 0 of the Camino to Finisterre, the view of the COSTA DA MORTE, etc.

Perhaps because Cape Fisterra hides the real secret of the Costa da Morte: wild landscapes and impressive beaches, some (sheltered by the promontory ) with calm waters and others with strong waves like Mar de Fora, one of the wildest beaches in Galicia.

Finisterre Lighthouse (Fisterra Lighthouse)

It is probably the most visited lighthouse in Europe as well as the closest to America.

Built in 1853, 138 metres above sea level Considered the promontory at the end of the world “Finis Terrae“. For thousands of years, it was thought that beyond it there was only a watery chasm where the sun went out every night and through which one reached a region of darkness populated by sea monsters.

The village of Finisterre

Lunch stop right in the heart of Finisterre town (the harbour). Here you can enjoy the local gastronomy with many restaurants at reasonable prices.

Ezaro waterfall

Visit of the waterfall of Ézaro, a place of incredible beauty, found within some mountains that hide many legends. It is truly the only w aterfall in all of continental Europe that reaches directly into the ocean.

Hórreo of Carnota

You will be shown something very typical of Galicia, something that belongs to the cultural heritage of Galicia called Horreo. This stop allows you to see the longest granary in the world and makes you think about its special structure.

Muros

Muros is a typical Galician village found for the cost of Galicia. The word walls means on English walls. This village was called walls, as it is well known for its typical small houses, all made of granite stones representing a unique culture and structure. The village is formed by small streets close to each other and is also built with granite stones. Interesting place to see the Bateas, platforms to raise oysters, scallops and mussels. 

The excursion will end at

Rúa das Casas Reais, 31, 15704 Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, Spain

In our office at 19:15, exactly at the Puerta del Camino (Porta do Camiño ), at the entrance to the old part of the city, where the French Camino passes through.

Highlights to see in Finisterre and Costa da Morte Full DayTrip

  • KM0
  • Finisterre
  • Muxia
  • Ponte Maceira
  • Ezaro Waterfall
  • Muros
  • Carnota's Horreo

Details

Duration
9 hours
Language
Guide in Spanish and English
Price

Adults: 29.00 €

2-15: 15.00 €

0-2: free

Availability and starting time

10:00 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

When to book?
You can reserve up to before the activity
Free cancellation
Cancel anytime for a full refund.

Included

Roundtrip transportation to the departure city
Travel insurance

Excluded

Tips
Food and beverage

Meeting point

Porta Do Camiño (Rúa das Casas Raís, 31 - a 3 minutos de la Catedral0) - Servicio de Pick-Up por algunos hoteles y siempre con aviso previo.

Conditions

How to book?
Limited availability. Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability. Choose date and fill in the required fields. Secure and protected payment. You will immediately receive your booking confirmation.
Super safe route! COVID-19 efforts
Our route takes the recommendations and key considerations of security and protection against Coronavirus.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Only the exterior of the named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?
Almost fully adapted
Guaranteed departures without min of travelers
Not
Are animals allowed?
Not
Activity recommended for children?
Yes, families are welcome

Our promises

Best price guaranteed
Quick and easy reservation
Multilingual Customer Service
Secure payment

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