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The galician atlantic coast starts at just 18 miles far from Santiago, and the Finisterre Tour leads you through the sometimes rocky, sometimes sandy shores. As soon as we watch the sea we enter in another atmosphere…The one of fishermen’s Bateas – wood platforms at sea producing mussels – the one of medieval churches and traditional buildings including Hórreos – the unique galician granaries – and Cruceiros – high holy crosses made in granit for 400 years.

The Tour may be made by the coast or by inland. The first one – on an 8 hours basis- will give us the chance from 9 to 5 PM aprox. To enjoy the villages like Muros, the sights, the beach like Ancoradoiro, the stunning waterfall from Ezaro…until we wil reach Finisterre village and its lighthouse. Extra and on demand is the visit of the off the road celtic village relics in Baroña.

Coastal Route Map

The inland experience on a 5 hours basis will take us straight to Finisterre lighthouse, passing by the Pontemaceira medieval bridge and to atlantic coastal village Muxia – holy place where St.Mary appered to St.James. Please contact me for this option to


Finisterre Muxia inland Experience Map

DEPARTURE/RETURN From your hotel (Santiago de Compostela area)
DEPARTURE TIME As agreed (between 9:00 AM and 12:00 AM)
WEAR Comfortable clothing
Transport: Taxi or private van Professional Tour Guide services
Car and driver All transport fees (oil, parking..)


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Itinerary 1

  • After leaving Santiago we will stop in coastal picturesque village Muros
  • next stop at Ancoradoiro atlantic beach
  • Ezaro waterfalls and driving to Finisterre lighthouse
  • Freetime for lunch
  • Back to Santiago around 3.30 PM

Itinerary 2

  • Tras dejar Santiago, haremos una parada en el puente medieval de la localidad Ponte Maceira que es parte del Camino de Peregrinos que se dirigen a Finisterre.
  • Antes de llegar al Faro de Finisterre haremos una breve parada en la amplia playa de arena de Langosteira
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