6d / 5n Camino de Santiago: Finisterre Route
The adventure does not have to end in Santiago! It can be the beginning of a new path to the sea if we start the Camino de Finisterre. This Way is much more than a simple prolongation of the Way. It comes from the Celtic and Roman tradition, at a time when there was a popular belief that Finisterre was the End of the Earth (hence its name). It is a route that is very well marked. You can ask for your diploma when you arrive in Finisterre. This diploma is known as Finisterrana, and if you continue to Muxía.ItineraryDía 1Arrival in Santiago de Compostela Arrival in Santiago de Compostela for the beginning of the Camino de Finisterre. Día 2Santiago de Compostela - Negreira (21 km)Little difficult stage. You will travel through forests of pines and eucalyptus, Roman bridges and small villages. Día 3Negreira - Olveiroa (32 km) Longest stage. Stage with the possibility of a transfer the last 10 km for those who do not see the strength to continue the last km. In this stage you will travel through the Serra de Castelo and the Monte do Aro, with wonderful landscapes for sight and photography. Día 4Olveiroa - Cee (18 km) In this stage you see the sea for the first time. The section runs through rural routes until you reach Cee, a fishing village on the Costa da Morte. Día 5Cee - Finisterre (15 km)In this stage the crossing takes you along the Atlantic coast while you enjoy the unbeatable views that the landscape offers us with its cliffs and beaches. The stage ends in Finisterre. In Finisterre, we recommend visiting the Lighthouse, and enjoy the views and sunset from the End of the World. Día 6Check out FinisterreInclude? 5 nights accommodation in hotels and boarding houses: Includes 5 * hostel in Santiago ? Half Board: Breakfast and dinner, except in Santiago ? Transfer of suitcases between stage and stage ?