The Camino de Santiago to Finisterre is a route that departs from Santiago de Compostela to reach the Finisterre lighthouse, a place known in antiquity as the end of the world. This 6-day, 5-night journey is ideal for all those people who, after reaching Santiago de Compostela, want to continue walking or for all those who, without having made a previous pilgrimage, want to discover on foot, the impressive Costa da Morte.
The Camino de Finisterre is a route full of tradition and magic, whose origins predate Christianity itself. That is why, on the tour, in addition to enjoying the Atlantic Ocean and the intense green landscape of Galicia, you will have the opportunity to discover numerous legends and traditions considered pagan.
Upon your arrival in Finisterre you will be able to apply for the Fisterrana, the official certification that you have reached the “End of the World”.
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Another fantastic plan is to wander through the historic centre of Santiago. In its small streets you will find a wide range of traditional taverns, where you can enjoy Galician food and its exquisite seafood and wines.
If you want to have time to enjoy all that the capital of Galicia has to offer, the ideal thing to do is that you spend two nights in the city. If you want, you can add an additional night in Santiago to your trip. Contact us for more information.
Accommodation: Overnight in Santiago de Compostela.
Along the way you will have the opportunity to visit various charming villages such as Sarela da Baixo, where you will find a viewpoint from which you can enjoy an excellent panorama with the towers of the Cathedral of Santiago in the background, or Trasmonte.
The stage ends in Negreira, where you can visit the Pazo de Coton and the Chapel of San Mauro. We also encourage you to discover the legend behind the shield of the town hall building.
Distance: 22 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Negreira.
At the end of the day, Monte Aro will give you beautiful views of this region of Galicia and the Fervenza Reservoir. The stage ends in the medieval village of Olveiroa, where you will find granaries more than 100 years old and some other places of interest such as the Church of Santiago or the Chapel of Santa Lucia.
Distance: 33 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Olveiroa.
You must take the route that goes to Finisterre, to conclude this stage in Cee. The end of this day takes place in an old whaling town, where you will find two beaches to enjoy a pleasant afternoon on the Costa da Morte.
Distance: 19 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Cee.
The Camino de Finisterre ends at Cape Finisterre, where kilometre 0 is located. Therefore, as tradition dictates, once you arrive at the town, you must go to the precise point where the Romans thought the sun was dying. We suggest matching that moment with sunset, because the sunset from the cape is one of nature’s great spectacles.
Distance: 16 kilometres.
Accommodation: Overnight in Finisterre.
If you want to enjoy more days in this pleasant town you can add additional nights to your trip. You should also know that, without having to go back on the same road, from Finisterre you can continue to Muxia, another of the great pilgrimage destinations on the Costa da Morte. If you are interested in doing the Camino from Finisterre to Muxia, please contact us for more information.
Selection of hotels and cottages
Our partner travel agencies only works with accommodation that have private bathrooms and that guarantee maximum comfort and convenience to those pilgrims who book with us.
Since reservations are subject to availability, the name of the hotels and cottages you will stay in will be provided to you 1 month before you start your pilgrimage.
Booking single rooms
You can book your stay on the Camino de Santiago by staying in single rooms, which also include a private bathroom. Single rooms are subject to an additional charge for the selected route.
Accommodation in single rooms is subject to availability in hotels and cottages as it is a highly sought-after service. Reservations must be made in advance.
Commitment to quality
To ensure the quality standards of the accommodation with which we collaborate, our partner travel agencies teams travels to each of them to check that their facilities and services, as well as the quality of their attention, are excellent. Only in this way, can we guarantee you the best rest and an unforgettable stay while you are on the Camino de Santiago.
In addition, if due to the low capacity of some of the hotels or cottages with which we collaborate, there is no availability, we guarantee that they will offer you other accommodation of the same range or even of superior quality.
All hotels and cottages have been selected with the utmost care, to guarantee your rest and comfort on all stages of the Camino de Santiago
- Staying in hotels and cottages.
- Accommodation with a private bathroom in your room.
- Detailed itinerary of the reserved route.
- Selected meal plan.
- Baggage transfer between stages.
- Personal assistance 24/7, by phone, throughout the trip.
- Emergency assistance car available
- Information dossier for the Camino de Santiago from Santiago to Sarria / Muxia.
- Taxes included.
- Booking of single rooms at an additional cost.
- Picnics to go (includes sandwich, drink and dessert).
- Additional night in Santiago de Compostela (breakfast included).
- Transfer from Santiago (from the city or airport) to Finisterre / Muxia.
- Transfers according to your needs.
- Assistance insurance during the tour.
- Travel cancellation insurance.