The Finisterre Camino Camino de Fisterra and Muxia

Walking or Cycling
5 Nights (opt 7 Nights)
93 km
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All Year Round
from €453
Specialist: Marzia
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Elmarie, South Africa - March 2018
"I made use of Camino Ways for organizing at least four hikes or parts of the Camino de Santiago that I have completed during the past few years. All of the arrangements were done excellently and nothing unexpected happened. It really contributed to me having the best time of my life." 11 April 2018
Susan, USA - March 2018
"What a terrific walk from Santiago to Muxia. Super pace, super accommodations and transport, supper support."
Luna, United States - 2017
My tour was custom designed by the lovely folks at Camino Ways. I went solo and together we crafted the amount of kilometers I wanted to walk, what villages to stay in, and to top it off - a bike rental for 3 days to chill out at Finisterra & Muxia (by the sea). The plan worked out very smoothly and effectively. One of the best features was that the overnights were always centrally located and the best in the area. Very impressed!
Mary, United States - September 2016
"This September I did my second trip with Camino Ways. My husband and I walked for 16 days. We started in Porto, Portugal and walked to Santiago (12 days) and then on to Finisterre (4 days.) I highly recommend Camino Ways! They handled the accommodations, which included breakfast every day and dinner 12 nights. This Camino is not nearly as popular as the French Way, but it is very lovely. I took hundreds of pictures. Each day was an exciting adventure. The luggage transfers worked perfectly. What a pleasure to only carry your day back and have your luggage shuttled to the next destination."
Catherine, UK - July 2016
"To celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary we walked from Santiago de Compostela to Finisterre in early July. When we arrived in Santiago de Compostela, I remarked to my husband that a lot of people were limping. By the weekend it was me who was limping into the cathedral but after a wonderful five days walking with Caminoways, I had no regrets. Only on the first day we took food with us and subsequently we realised that there were bars and cafes all along the route and it was nicer to eat freshly prepared local food. We did carry water but it's not really necessary as fountains and cafes were readily available. It was a big plus not carrying our bags as the baggage transfer worked perfectly. The hotels booked for us by Caminoways were all great with friendly staff who despite our lack of Spanish went out of their way to help us with anything. Meals and pick ups all worked perfectly. It was nice to have the walking notes so we could read ahead and know what to expect but they weren't really necessary as the route was so well marked and locals always helped out if the way wasn't clear. This was a very special experience and I look forward to walking again Caminoways."

Walk to the Atlantic Coast and ‘Edge of the World’ along the magical Finisterre Camino or Camino de Fisterra, in a land full of fascinating traditions, delicious seafood and spectacular scenery.

The quiet Finisterre Camino is a unique route, as it is the only Camino trail starting in Santiago de Compostela and heading West to the Altantic Ocean and Cape Fisterra. This is an ancient trail linked to the pre-christian origins of the Camino de Santiago.

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.

After Fisterra, we recommend you continue your journey along the craggy coastline of Atlantic Galicia to the fishing village of Muxía, 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.

On this Camino you can claim your ‘Finisterrana’ pilgrim certificate in Fisterra and a ‘Muxiana’ pilgrim certificate if you continue along the coast to Muxía. This is a beautiful trail over 7 nights from Santiago de Compostela all the way to the coast with 5 star reviews.

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Specialist: Marzia
I come from Italy. Since I was a child, I had always been curious and yearning to discover the world and for this reason the field of tourism and foreign languages was definitel...
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