Camino de Santiago to Finisterre
Every year thousands of pilgrims take the Camino de Santiago Fisterra in search of the mysteries and energy that are breathed there.
There are several monuments that have made this town such a special place: the Ara Solis altar, the Finisterre lighthouse, its beaches...
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Santiago de Compostela
Night at Santiago de Compostela
This is where your journey to the "end of the world" begins. Santiago de Compostela is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This city is full of charm and corners to discover, that you can't miss. We recommend getting lost in its beautiful streets and enjoying its history, architecture and cuisine.
From Santiago de Compostela to Negreira
Night at Negreira
Start your route at the Plaza del Obradoiro, during the first stage you’ll cross Roman bridges and pass through many towns.
Today’s destination is Negreira, a medieval town where you can visit the famous Pazo de Cotón.
From Negreira to Olveiroa
Night at Olveiroa
On this stage you will continue your route along the Barcala river and reach the Aro mountain, where you will be able to admire impressive views of the Fervenza reservoir before reaching the Xallas Valley.
From Olveiroa to Cee
Night at Cee
During this stage you will leave Olveiroa and reach the Nosa Señora Hermitage, located by the sea where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Galician coast.
From Cee to Finisterre
Night at Fisterra
Congratulations! You’ve arrived in Finisterre! On your last day of the Camino, you will skirt the Cantabrian coast until you reach the lighthouse of Fisterra, where you will be able to watch the sunset with spectacular views. Take the opportunity to visit all the nooks and crannies that make it such a special town, such as the Ara Solis altar and the old town.