El Camino Santiago Finisterre and Muxia gains importance from practically the discovery of the Sepulcher of the Apostle Santiago (XNUMXth century) where many pilgrims once arrived in Santiago de Compostela from any of the different Camino de Santiago itineraries, they decided to extend their Way to the Costa da Morte.

They continued to Fisterra where the land was thought to end; and then to Muxia, direct to the Sanctuary of Virxe da Barca.

On the way to Fisterra you can obtain the certificate of "La Fisterrana" and if you extend to Muxia it will be "La Muxiana"

Finisterre Way

Santiago - Finisterre

7 days / 6 nights
405 € / person
The Camino de Santiago to Finisterre and / or Muxia was carried out by many pilgrims, from practically the discovery of the Tomb of the Apostle Santiago (XNUMXth century), who decided to extend their Camino until "the end of the known land" and then to Muxia, direct to the Santuario da Virxe da Barca.