Camino Walk : The Finisterre Camino


Camino Walk : The Finisterre Camino

Set out from Santiago towards the ‘End of the Earth’.

 

Guided tours from €590 per person

Self-Guided tours from €460 per person

 

 

   DURATION (8 Days / 7 Nights)                DISTANCE (92 km)                   GRADE (Easy to Moderate)

Dates of travel

Traveling Between 11/07/2020 - 17/07/2020
Departure Days Saturday
Adult Price€590.00
Child Price--
Infant Price--

What's Included

Price Includes

• En suite hotel accommodation

• Breakfast

• Daily luggage transfer

• Pilgrim’s kit (passport and shell)

• Detailed information prior to start

• 24/7 support telephone number

• Evening dinners (guided tours)

• Two experienced guides (guided tours)

• All transfers to and from airport (guided tours)

 

Price Excludes

• Flights are not included (available on request)

 

Single Supplement

• €100 per person

More Information

The Finisterre Camino is the only Camino de Santiago route that starts in the city of Santiago de Compostela.

The goal of this journey is the legendary spot known as Cape Finisterre, once believed to be the world’s westernmost point and the place where our souls ascended to Heaven. What makes this route particularly impressive is the prominent role played by the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful Galician coastline.

This Finisterre Camino itinerary continues along the rugged coast to the fishing village of Muxía and the sanctuary of the Virgen de la Barca, a traditional pilgrimage destination in a spectacular location.

Cape Finisterre has somehow managed to maintain this sense of myth and for many pilgrims it marks the true end of the Camino adventure. What makes this route particularly impressive is the role played by the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful Galician coastline. This Camino package, the only one that begins in Santiago de Compostela, continues to grow in popularity.

 

Stages:

• Santiago de Compostela – Negreira (22 km)

• Negreira – Olveiroa (33 km)

• Olveiroa – Cee (20 km)

• Cee - Finisterre (14 km)

 

Highlights:

• Winding your way through the beautiful and unspoilt Galician landscape.

• Encountering wonderful historical sites such as the medieval bridge in Ponte Maceiro, the romanesque church of Santa Maria das Areas in Finisterre village and the Sanctuary of the Virgen de la Barca in Muxía.

• Sampling the region’s famous wines and seafood dishes.

• Enjoying the breathtaking views around the Cape Finisterre peninsula.

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