El Camino de Santiago to Finisterre and / or Muxia was the one carried out by many pilgrims, from practically the discovery of the Tomb of the Apostle Santiago (XNUMXth century), who decided to extend their Way until "the end of the known land" and then to Muxia, direct to the Santuario da Virxe da Boat.

Santiago de Compostela
We prepare this route of the Camino de Santiago to Finisterre for people who travel alone, as well as for groups of friends and / or family. We can adapt the number of kilometers of the stages to your physical condition.
Special discounts for groups of at least 6 people: €15/person (Not combinable with other discounts)


Day 1: Arrival in Santiago de Compostela. Accommodation.

Day 2: Santiago de Compostela – Negreira stage (22 kms)

Day 3: Negreira – Maroñas Stage (19,81 kms)

Day 4: Maroñas – Olveiroa Stage (13,34 kms)

Day 5: Olveiroa – Cee Stage (17,9 kms)

Day 6: Cee – Finisterre stage (15,2 kms)

Day 7: Breakfast – End of our services



The accommodations that we offer to our clients are of high quality. The rooms are private and have their own exclusive bathroom, as well as the necessary services for your comfort.

We personally supervise and select the accommodations, based on the satisfaction expressed by our clients over the years. We will never put you in Hostels.

As these are accommodations with limited capacity, the exact name of them will be provided once you have made the final reservation of the trip, and we will verify availability on the dates you have chosen.

What to see on the Camino de Santiago to Finisterre and Muxia


We begin with Quintans, a small town made up of stone houses, one of them with a crossroads. Highlight the bridge over the Roxos River, of medieval origin.

In Augapesada we can observe its medieval bridge, as well as the recently restored cobbled road.

In Ponte Maceira stands out the magnificent bridge of medieval origin from the end of the XNUMXth century, made up of five eyes of different sizes known as A Ponte Vella, through which the Tambre river is crossed.

On the other side of the bridge we find the Chapel of Carmen or San Blas from the 1945th century. Nearby is the Pazo de Baladrón built between 1955 and XNUMX.

In Negreira, El Pazo de Cotón, of medieval origin and with numerous modifications from the XNUMXth to the XNUMXth centuries, is of special mention. On its façade you can see a dozen coats of arms belonging to the families that inhabited it.

As well as the Chapel of San Mauro, dating from the eighteenth century and the Church of San Xulian.



In the first place in Zas we highlight the small Church of San Mamede, which due to its dimensions can be considered a chapel.

Past Piaxe we meet one of the  best preserved cruises of our route.

In Santa Mariña, highlight a Romanesque temple of a nave and a rectangular apse, with two simple covers.

In Bon Xesús a very suggestive crossing remains because of its roughness.

In Corzón highlight the Church of San Cristovo with its tower-belfry.

In Olveiroa the Church of Santiago stands out, of sober construction probably of Romanesque origin. The cover, with bulrush, is baroque and on the lintel of the door there is a peculiar image of the Apostle of uncertain origin.

Near Olveiroa we find the Chapel of Saint Lucia, whose source is at the entrance, is said to have healing properties for vision problems.



Cee highlights the Church of Santa Maria de Xunqueira, which still retains Gothic elements.

Visit the modernists Casa Mayán and Guillen, as well as the rector's house and the pazo de Cotón.

As a counterpoint we can also relax seeing the views from La Concha beach.



At the Cape of Fisterra we find the old lighthouse. There, the spirit and nature, the sea and the sky, the legend and the present come together in which the ancients believed the end of the known world, after surely observing its great sunsets.

The ancients performed three rites of purification, death and resurrection:

- Purification of the body: It is done on the Langosteira beach, two kilometers before entering the town. The pilgrim thus dusted off his entire route and cleanly began his countdown to reach that end of the road so hard and at the same time important for all pilgrims.

- Burning clothes: Through this rite, the pilgrim gets rid of everything material and with fire tries to burn everything that he wants to get rid of and that will not benefit him to start a new life.

- See the sunset: Death and Resurrection, the death of the sun in the sea and the resurrection the next day, like the resurrection of the pilgrim in the day to day of his walk.

Finisterre is closely related to the pre-Christian stories that tell us about the existence of pagan cults and their subsequent Christianization.

It is related to the Jacobean route and the arrival of the remains of the Santiago Apostle in Galicia. The Jacobean tradition of the Galician finisterre is based on two of the most popular devotions in Galicia; the Santo Cristo, which is found in the Church of Santa María de Areas, of medieval origin whose main door is in the Romanesque style and the exterior of the temple is dominated by the Gothic sailor, in Finisterre, of which the lawyer Molina (S. XVI) says that the most pilgrims who come to the Apostle come to him.



In Lires we can visit the Temple of San Estevo from the beginning of the XNUMXth century.

In Muxía the legend tells that the Virgin Mary, transferred in a stone boat, appeared to the Apostle Santiago in this place to encourage him in his work of evangelization.

We can see “Las Piedras Santas” which, according to Jacobean legend, are vestiges of the remains of the ship in which the Virgin Mary arrived. These include: La Pedra de Abalar (representing the candle), La Pedra dos Cadris and the Pedra do Timon (known as the stone of lovers)

In the center of this town we find the Church of Santa María.

We finish with the essential of our post of What to see on the Camino de Finisterre / Muxia with the most important place on the route, the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Barca, inside which is the Chapel of the Virgin,  as well as model ships hung as offerings made by sailors to the Virgin.

After the sinking of the "Prestige", a Monolith was built, reminiscent of this fateful natural catastrophe.

Price and Formalize Reservation
Double room with breakfast
515€ per person
Route Information
  • Distance Santiago-Finisterre: 87 kms
  • Duration: 7 days / 6 nights / 5 stages
  • Dates: Free choice. You choose the day!
    • The trip must be booked at least 1 week before the date you have decided.
  • Accommodations in Hotels, Cottages, Hostels
  • Special breakfast
  • Travel assistance insurance in Spain
  • Roadside assistance vehicle in case of emergency
  • Informative digital dossier of the road
  • Roadside telephone assistance
  • Luggage transfer in the stages
    • 1 suitcase per person, maximum 20Kgs
  • Gifts
    • Pilgrim's credential
    • Pilgrim's Scallop
  • No cancellation fees
    • Up to 15 days before starting the Camino (for no reason)
  • IVA

Remember that the cost of the optional services you choose will be added to the base price of the route.

  • Dinner supplements: € 100 / person
    • Dinner not included in Santiago
  • Single room supplement: € 175 / person
  • Extension to Muxia (1 more stage)
    • € 70 / person (double room with breakfast
  • Additional luggage
    • If you carry more than 1 suitcase per person
  • Cancellation Insurance (Spanish)
  • Cancellation Insurance (Foreigners)