Santiago Day Tour to Finisterre Santiago Day Tour to Finisterre

Difficulty:
Easy
Tour Type:
Camino Guided Tours
Time To Go:
May to October
Price:
€40
Rating:

Santiago Day Tour to Finisterre

From Santiago to the end of the world! Santiago Day Tour to Finisterre. Traditionally, pilgrims used to finish their Camino journey in Cape Fisterra, where they burned their clothes and admired the sun setting over the Atlantic Ocean. If you rather get to the end of the world in comfort, we have the perfect Finisterre day trip for you (Fisterra in Galician).

Our Finisterre day trip will take you from Santiago de Compostela to the fishing village and Cape, stopping along stunning parts of the Costa da Morte, such as the village of Pontemaceira, the Ézaro waterfall (the only river in Europe reaching the sea as a waterfall) the Castle of Vimianzo and the village of Muxía, famous for its charming sanctuary by the Atlantic.

This Santiago Day Tour to Finisterre is available to book with all our Camino de Santiago Routes finishing in Santiago

Our English-speaking guide will meet the group in Santiago’s Old Town at 9 am for a fantastic day out!

*Departures: Saturday in March and November; every day (except Monday) from April until 1st November.
*To arrange a private day tour or tours on specific dates, please contact the team, as additional tours can be organised for groups of 6 or more people.

You will be picked up in Santiago at 9am. This day trip to Fisterra and Costa da Morte lasts approximately 8 hours.

From Santiago you will travel to Pontemaceira with its beautiful medieval bridge and then Ézaro waterfall, the only river in Europe pouring water into the Atlantic as a waterfall. From here, you will head to Finisterra, where the group will stop for lunch and to explore the Cape and the village before heading to Muxía and its famous sanctuary. On the way back to Santiago, the group will stop to visit Vimianzos medieval castle, home for a large collection of the local crafts.

The tour includes an English-speaking guide. During 2020 the Finisterre day tour is available on Saturday only in March. From April to October is available from Tuesday to Sunday. In November is available on November 1st and every Saturday. In December is only available on the weekend of 5 and 6.

Tours can also be organised on specific dates for groups of 6 or more. Talk to the team if you require a specific date for a group.

You should be back in Santiago by 7pm approximately.

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Santiago Day Tour to Finisterre From Santiago to the end of the world! Santiago Day Tour to Finisterre. Traditionally, pilgrims used to finish their Camino journey in Cape Fisterra, where they burned their clothes and admired the sun setting over the Atlantic Ocean. If you rather get to the end of the world in comfort, we have the perfect Finisterre day trip for you (Fisterra in Galician). Our Finisterre day trip will take you from Santiago de Compostela to the fishing village and Cape, stopping along stunning parts of the Costa da Morte, such as the village of Pontemaceira, the Ézaro waterfall (the only river in Europe reaching the sea as a waterfall) the Castle of Vimianzo and the village of Muxía, famous for its charming sanctuary by the Atlantic. This Santiago Day Tour to Finisterre is available to book with all our Camino de Santiago Routes finishing in Santiago Our English-speaking guide will meet the group in Santiago's Old Town at 9 am for a fantastic day out! *Departures: Saturday in March and November; every day (except Monday) from April until 1st November. *To arrange a private day tour or tours on specific dates, please contact the team, as additional tours can be organised for groups of 6 or more people.
Valerie, United States - September 2016
This tour was a great way to see the coast and countryside, along the way. Our guide was very knowledgeable. We were in Santiago de Compostela for 2 full days and this was a highlight for everyone in our group."
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