Camino to Finisterre & Muxía Map 3
3.20km → Cabo Finisterre
Altitude: 
25
History: 

The most famous son of Finisterre is simultaneously its most obscure. Alexandre Campos Ramírez, also known as Alejandro Finisterre, was a poet and inventor born here in 1919. He was injured in the battle for Madrid during the onset of the Spanish Civil War and was evacuated to the hospital in...

Notice: 

The official certificate of completion, known as the Fisterrana, can be obtained at the Xunta albergue. You are advised to have all of your stamps in order, for they are on the lookout for anybody who might have taken the bus.

The biggest fiesta in Finisterre is Holy Week, when many thousands of Galicians descend on the village to take part in the celebrations and processions. If you plan to arrive during this time do book a room in advance.

Nuestra Señora del Carmen is celebrated from the 8-10th of September.

The Road: 

TO MUXÍA: The route to Muxía has grown up a bit over the last five years, but services along the 29km stretch way remain scarce. Lires and Frixe both have bars, and Lires has a few guesthouses if you wish to split the walk into two days.

To find the way to Muxía, head...

Accommodation in Finisterre - Fisterra

Xunta

1

Albergue de Peregrinos de Fisterra
Xunta
Real, 2
26 8€
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Private

2

Albergue O Encontro
Private
Campo
5 12/15€

3

Albergue Por Fin
Private
Federico Avila, 19
11 12€
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4

Albergue de Paz
Private
Víctor Cardalda, 11
30 10€

5

Albergue Mar de Rostro
Private
Alcalde Fernández, 45
11 10-12€

6

Albergue Finistellae
Private
Manuel Lago Pais, 7
20 12€
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7

Albergue Buen Camino de Sonia
Private
Atalaya, 11
50 12€

8

Albergue Arasolis
Private
Ara Solis, 3
16 10€
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9

Albergue do Sol e da Lúa
Private
Atalaya, 5
22 10€
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10

Albergue Oceanus Finisterre
Private
a Coruna, 33
14€
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11

Albergue Mar de Fora
Private
Potiña, 60
38 10€
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12

Albergue Cabo da Vila
Private
Coruña, 13
24 12€
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13

Albergue La Espiral
Private
Fonte Vella, 19
12 12€
Pension

14

Pensión Cabo
Pension
Federico Avila, 7

15

Pensión Mirador Fin da Terra ⭑⭑
Pension
Montarón
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Hostal

16

Hostal Mariquito
Hostal
Santa Catalina, 44-46
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Hotel

17

Hotel Rústico Prado da Viña ⭑⭑
Hotel
Camino Barcia
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18

Hotel Áncora ⭑
Hotel
Alcalde Fernández, 43
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19

Hotel Naturaleza Mar da Ardora ⭑⭑
Hotel
Potiña, Playa de Mar de Fora
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20

Hotel Mar de Fisterra ⭑
Hotel
Cruz de baixar, 1

21

Hotel Cabo Finisterre ⭑
Hotel
Federico Ávila, 8
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22

Hotel Bela Fisterra ⭑⭑⭑
Hotel
Anchoa, 56

23

Hotel Playa Langosteira ⭑⭑⭑
Hotel
Lugar de Escaselas, 1
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1.90km → Hermedesuxo
Altitude: 
50
Altitude: 
35
The Road: 

A straight walk along the road, the last long stretch on the road for some time.

2.20km → Rial
Altitude: 
30
0.60km → Buxán
Altitude: 
135
1.60km → Castrexe
Altitude: 
85
1.10km → Padrís
Altitude: 
40
The Road: 

The camino passes through the miniscule hamlets of Padrís and A Canosa before descending to Lires.

TO MUXÍA NOTE: After Castrexe, but before Padrís, there are arrows painted in RED which indicated a ‘coastal’ option to Muxía...

2.00km → A Canosa
Altitude: 
80
1.90km → Lires
Altitude: 
60
0.80km → Vaosilveiro
Altitude: 
50
Notice: 

Don't forget to get a stamp here, which is available at any of the bars as well as the little rest stop near the church (signposted).

The Road: 

TO FINISTERRE NOTE: At the bottom of Lires, opposite the church, there are arrows painted in RED which indicated a ‘coastal’ option to Finisterre which turns right and follows the coast to rejoin the camino near Castrexe. This option adds 1.1km to the route but...

Accommodation in Lires

Private

1

As Eiras
Private
Lires, 82
22 12€
Casa Rural

2

Casa Lourido
Casa Rural
Lugar de Lires, 15
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3

Casa Luz ⭑
Casa Rural
Lires, 35
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4

Casa Raúl
Casa Rural
Lugar de Lires, 5
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1.40km → Frixe
Altitude: 
25
2.40km → Guisamonde
Altitude: 
65
The Road: 

The camino passes through three service-less villages on the way to Muxía, Guisamonde, Morquintián, and Xurarantes.

Accommodation in Frixe

Casa Rural

1

Casa Ceferinos ⭑
Casa Rural
Lugar de Frixe,15
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1.80km → Morquintián
Altitude: 
115
4.70km → Xurarantes
Altitude: 
165
4.10km → Muxía
Altitude: 
95
Altitude: 
10
Notice: 

The official certificate of completion, known as the Muxiana, can be obtained at the town hall.

Accommodation in Muxía

Municipal

1

Albergue de peregrinos de Muxía
Municipal
Enfesto
32 6€
Private

2

Bela Muxia
Private
Encarnación, 30
36 12€
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3

Albergue Arribada
Private
José María del Río, 30
40 15€
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4

Albergue A Muxía
Private
Enfesto, 12
40 12€
Muxía - Albergue A Muxía

5

Albergue Da Costa
Private
Doctor Toba, 33
10 12€

6

Albergue Delfín
Private
López Abente, 22
24 11€
Hostal

7

Muxia Mare ⭑⭑
Hostal
Castelao 14
12€

8

Hostal La Cruz ⭑⭑⭑
Hostal
López Abente
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Hotel

9

Hotel de Encanto A de Loló ⭑
Hotel
Virxe da Barca, 37
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