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After walking to Santiago De Compostella, my husband and booked a your to Finisterre, which was once thought to be the end of the world. The tour was well organized and very informative with several stops along the way. Finisterre was a perfect way for...More
This Camino from Santiago to Fisterra did not disappoint. There is some marvellous coastal scenery and rural landscapes. You will find plenty of cheap and welcoming hostels and hotels for your accommodation. Plenty of ups and downs, none too challenging, provide interest. Take time to...More
So beautiful. Still a hard climb at times, so it's not just a stroll. But Galicia is full of eucalyptus forests, and there's nothing quite like walking through a path that's soft underfoot, that smells of eucalyptus and that's lit by the sun coming through...More
We did this Camino walk in 2 days so we could enjoy the scenery. The walk out of town was very nice. We didn’t realize how big Finisterre was. The walk is beautiful and the great trail goes primarily through woods, countryside, and villages with...More
we had a great bus tour and a great host. Reuben. guided the tour in English, Spanish and Italian. told jokes in all three languages and was brief and to the point. Tour was one of the standard ones organised by our hotel in Santiago....More
We covered the 90km in four days, luckily in perfect weather. The trek is along well signalled trails, crossing mostly forested terrain and many villages with hotels, inns, bars and restaurantes. Good shoes are essential as well as trekking equipment. We were a group of...More
We finished our Camino walk in Santiago, but next day took a coach tour to Cape Finisterre, It finished our holiday off brilliantly. We saw some other little coast towns and a magnificent waterfall. To be at the very end of the Camino at the...More
Loved the walk from Santiago to Finisterre. Had previously done the walk from Sarria to Santiago. Much less peregrinos on this section of the camino and great scenery, particularly on the last 30 kms, as you get nearer FInisterre. Long stretches on trails through corn...More
A bit more that might help. We didn't use baggage transfer but back-packed the whole way. We sent some excess gear (stuff we needed on the plane home) on to Casa Ivar in Santiago - you'll find him on the web - and... More
A bit more that might help. We didn't use baggage transfer but back-packed the whole way. We sent some excess gear (stuff we needed on the plane home) on to Casa Ivar in Santiago - you'll find him on the web - and collected it after Finisterre.