Costa da Morte - Fisterra route
Noia-Muros-Carnota-Ézaro (Xallas waterfall)-Corcubión-Fisterra
A small fishing town whose old town is declared a Monument of Cultural Interest. It features very interesting historic buildings, especially the beautiful gothic Church of Santa María. A great place for tapas and strolling around its medieval streets.
Declared a heritage site since it features one of Galicia’s best-preserved fishing neighbourhoods. The perfect place for enjoying the sea and mountains while savouring fresh seafood.
Carnota is known as the site of the largest “hórreo” (stone granary) in Galicia and one of the largest in the world, with a length of 35 m. Moreover, its wild beaches full of vegetation and far from hotels, beach bars, etc., enable you to enjoy the real magic of nature.
The Ézaro waterfall is one of Galicia’s gems, located in the municipality of Dumbría; it’s the highest waterfall in Europe and the only one that falls directly into the sea. Make the most of your visit by going up the Ézaro viewpoint and enjoying the spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean from the top of Monte Pindo.
We recommend a brief stop in the town of Corcubión to stroll along its promenade, rebuilt after being destroyed by Napoleon’s army, and visit the Casa de Miñones.
The most magical place with the greatest magnetism in all Galicia. Called by many the end of the world, it is increasingly being considered the end of the Way of St. James. Contemplating the sun setting behind the lighthouse on Cabo Fisterra will take your breath away. And you can round off your visit by strolling around the small town of Fisterra.