From Santiago to Finisterre, the end of the world
The Finisterre Way is the only one that starts in Santiago. This Camino crosses quiet villages, remote farmland and unspoiled landscapes, finally reaching the sea cliffs of the westernmost point in Spain, at Cape Finisterre. This beautiful region of Galicia is known as the “Coast of Death” and Fisterra (Finis Terrae) was once considered to be the end of the world. The route follows the stunning craggy coastline of Atlantic Galicia to the fishing village of Muxia.*This will allow you to claim your “Fisterrana” pilgrim certificate in Fisterra and a ”Muxiana” pilgrim certificate (similar to the “Compostela” but issued by the local governments of Finisterre and Muxia).- ITINERARY-1st day: ARRIVAL IN SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA2nd day: SANTIAGO - NEGREIRA (21.2 km - 5h15 - difficulty 1/3)3rd day: NEGREIRA - OLVEIROA (33.2 km - 8h - difficulty 2/3)4th day: OLVEIROA - CEE (17.9 km - 5h15 - difficulty 2/3)5th day: CEE - FINISTERRE (12.1 km - 3h30 - difficulty 1/3)6th day: FINISTERREIf you decide to continue along the coast to Muxia:6th day: FINISTERRE - LIRES (14 km - 4h15 - difficulty 1/3)7th day: LIRES - MUXIA (14.8 km - 4h30 - difficulty 1/3)8th day: MUXIAThe Price Includes:- 5 or 7 nights in handpicked hotels and inns, all with en-suite accommodation, on a bed and breakfast basis.- Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel: 1 bag max. 20kg per person.- Travel insurance.- Credencial (Pilgrim's passport)- Maps of the stages.- Telephone assistance (English-speaking)Price per person based on double room.Daily depertures from end of march to end of october.