Cycling the Camino Finisterre to Muxia 3 days
Cycle to the Atlantic Coast and ‘Edge of the World’ by cycling the Camino Finisterre, a magical route in a land full of fascinating traditions, delicious seafood, and spectacular scenery.
The quiet Camino Finisterre is a unique Camino cycling route, as it is the only Camino trail starting in Santiago de Compostela and heading West to the Atlantic Ocean and Cape Fisterra. This is an ancient trail linked to the pre-Christian origins of the Camino de Santiago.
This cycling route is one of the only routes that starts in Santiago de Compostela and continues on to the Atlantic Coast. Over 3 days and 4 nights you will cycle from Santiago to Abeleiroas, climbing Mount Aro and enjoying wonderful views of the valleys below. You will then arrive at your next destination, Finisterre, by hugging the coastline. Get there in time to watch the sunset at the end of the world.
Then it is on to Muxia, one of the most scenic and splendid Camino trails with pristine sandy beaches and plenty of chance to cool off in the ocean with a swim. The fishing village of Muxía is famed for its sanctuary by the ocean and ‘magic’ stones. This stunning region of Galicia is known as the ‘Costa da Morte’ famous for its wild beauty, seafood, and interesting legends.
Quiet villages and hamlets, remote farmland, and unspoiled countryside await on this Camino route to the sea cliffs of the westernmost point in Spain, at Cape Fisterra.
This is a medium challenge cycling route so a good level of fitness is advised to fully enjoy the route.
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