In seas far north, day after day
We leaned upon the rail, engrossed
In frolic fin and jewel spray
And crystal headlands of the coast.
Katherine Lee Bates
Today we will take a walk of about 18km, starting with the fishing village of LAXE and that will take us to places as impressive as: FURNA DA ESPUMA, PRAIA DOS CRISTAIS (famous for its beach where thousands of colored crystals replace the sands) , the beautiful beaches of SOESTO and LAGOA DE TRABA, CAMELLE (and its curious open-air museum in Man)…
A 18km walk that will allow us to enjoy incredible landscapes … cliffs, beaches (such as the beautiful PRAIA DO TRECE), curious places (such as the CEMENTERIO DE LOS INGLESES), Lighthouses (such as the impressive FARO DE CABO VILANO) … to finish in CAMARIÑAS (a charming fishing village that owes its name to a flower the “camariña” …
Today we will do a 15km walk that will take us from the fishing village of CAMARIÑAS to the beautiful PLAYA DE LAGO … Through beaches, villages, charming towns such as PONTE DO PORTO, forests …
Beautiful 17km walk that will give us the opportunity to get closer to incredible places such as the old MONASTERIO DE MORAIME, the village of MUIÑOS (which owes its name to the mills for grinding grain) to reach MUXIA (one of the most important sanctuaries in Galicia ) …
A 13km walk starting at the lighthouse west of Galicia: CABO TOURIÑÁN, walking along cliffs with views that are a real spectacle, we will pass by the beautiful beach of Nemiña and we will arrive at LIRES where (if possible) we will enjoy an imposing sunset. Sun…
Following the Camino de Santiago we will reach the mythical “Finis Terrae” … the end of the medieval land … 15km of walks that will take us through forests, villages, beaches (such as PRAIA DA LANGOSTEIRA) …
6 nights of hotel with half board included
The trip includes an insurance of basic coverages
We select the best professionals in the sector and put at your disposal the best cars on the market.
All the trip you have a local guide
Includes tickets to all monuments.
Es el camino que une Santiago con el sur de la península, sigue el recorrido de diversas “vías romanas” que unían el norte con el sur de la península. Un camino menos transitado pero no por ello menos bello.
“We are made of the same stuff as dreams” … William Shakespeare
Older tan the french route ,it was the route used by the former pilgrims,not the easiest but with amazing landscapes, when the christians started to push the moors to the south Little by Little was abandoned.