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Camino De Santiago: Finisterre Way(Santiago - Finisterre/Muxia)

Map Camino de Finisterre: Santiago - Muxia

Pilgrimage from Santiago to Finisterre and Muxía, with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and Galician rural landscapes.

Discover the Camino de Finisterre, a Unique Pilgrimage Route from Santiago de Compostela. Traverse the 90 km journey to the legendary Cape Finisterre, where the grandeur of the Atlantic Ocean meets the land. This peaceful and less traveled path winds through lush forests, rolling green hills, and picturesque Galician villages, offering breathtaking views and a serene, contemplative experience.

Ideal for those seeking a diverse pilgrimage experience, the Camino de Finisterre, with its moderate terrain, is perfect for pilgrims of all levels. Experience warm Galician hospitality in cozy accommodations and enjoy the support of local communities.

Extend your journey to Muxía to witness the stunning Galician coast, featuring dramatic cliffs, golden beaches, and charming small villages. Muxía presents the perfect endpoint for your journey, a place to reflect and celebrate your achievements in a tranquil and beautiful setting

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✔ Daily departures throughout the year.

Carefully selected hotels, always with private bathrooms.

Personalized digital guide from Spain is More, packed with practical route information and recommendations.

✔ Customizable stages: Yes, almost always.


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✔ The stage up to Muxía, one of the most beautiful sections of the entire route. An additional night is required."

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It includes
  1. 7 nights in a double room - always with private bath/toilet.
  2. 7 x breakfast.
  3. Spain-is-More-Digital- Travel Guidebook: 
  4. Pilgrim Passport / Credencial.
  5. 24/7 emergency telephone number.
  6. Taxes.
Not included
  1. Some short local bus or taxi journeys, e.g. from airport to bus or train station in the same city.
  2. Transport from Muxia to Santiago. Bus timetable included in guidebook.
  1. Customize Your Journey: Stage Splitting. 
  2. Luggage Transport: We'll transfer your suitcase from hotel to hotel during your pilgrimage. Price: €40/suitcase. Max weight: 15 kg.
  3. Extended Stay Options: For instance, relax for a few days in the Rias Baixas, explore the Rias Altas, visit Albariño wineries, discover Lugo, and more.
  4. Printed Guide: If you prefer a printed guide, it's available for €30 per copy. (You can add this when booking your trip)
  5. Transportation to the Starting Point: Available from any location in Spain.
  6. Cancellation Insurance: available in the trip confirmation process. (can be added when ordering).
  7. Add a taxi service from Finisterre/Muxia to Santiago.

Camino De Santiago: Finisterre Way

(Santiago - Finisterre/Muxia)

590 EUR/pers.
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Single room supplement: 200 EUR

Daily program

Santiago - Muxia

Detailed itinerary (view all days )
Day 1.- Arrival to Santiago

Night in a beautiful central hotel.

Day 2.- Santiago de Compostela - Negreira 20 Km

Soon after Santiago you will find yourself in green and slightly hilly surroundings. This stage runs through vast forests and rural terrain

Distance: 20 Km

NegreiraSantiago de Compostela
Day 3.- Negreira - Olveiroa 33 Km

Negreira - Olveiroa (33 km/20.5 miles): It is a relatively hilly stage through the vast forests and idyllic countryside. You will spend the night in an authentic and cosy stone village.

This stage can be divided into two stages if it seems too long – alternatively, you can take a taxi for approximately the first 7 km (about €10 - paid directly to the driver).

Distance: 33 Km

Day 4.- Olveiroa - Cee 21 Km

 In this stage, you reach the coast, the white beaches and what Galicia is famous for throughout Spain, fish and seafood.

Cee is a cosy fishing village with many good restaurants and a charming harbour. From Cee, you can take a boat trip (at an extra cost) through the fjord to see the magnificent coastline from a distance.

Distance: 21 Km

Day 5.- Cee - Cape Finisterre 17 Km

(17 km/10 miles):
The ultimate pilgrim destination. Finisterre village is about 3 km from the lighthouse (Cape Finisterre).

Despite its fame, Finisterre is a very peaceful and not particularly touristy village, which largely speaks in its favour. It is, in many ways, a natural place to end a pilgrimage, among the rugged and raw nature, or sandy beaches, depending on the weather.

Distance: 17 Km

Cabo FinisterreCee
Day 6.- Finisterre - Muxia 28 Km

On the journey along the stunning west coast, the pilgrim experiences a great proximity to Galicia's many pristine areas. You almost get the feeling that you are the first lucky tourist in the world to experience this coastline. It is a great hike or bike-tour.

Muxia, the end of this stage, is known for its church, which is so close to the water and the rugged rocky coast that it is often showered by the waves. The beauty of the location is remarkable.

Stage can be divided in two.

Distance: 28 Km

Day 7.- Bus Muxia - Santiago de Compostela

Night in Santiago de Compostela - the same hotel as the first day.

Day 8.- Departure from Santiago

Departure from Santiago

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