The Mirador Ezaro is a platform on a mountain from which you have a superb view over the ocean, being relatively close to cape Finisterre, the Corcubion Bay and the Carnota beach. We used it as a starting point for a 16 km long hiking route that includes the nearby waterfall “Cascada do Rio Xallas/ Ezaro”, then follows the beach for a while before hiking up to the mountain Monte Pinto, and coming back to the Mirador Ezaro after passig the hydropower station dam. If you have time you should at least have a look at the waterfall too; if you do not want to walk from the mirador, you can park a little further down in the village Ezaro. The waterfall’s river is called Xallas.
Mind that the weather on this coast can be very chilly and windy. It is best to visit on a day with little/no wind and without rain. We went there in February and the wind was amazing!
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