Camino to Finisterre and Muxia

To Finisterre
To Muxía

Vilar do Castro




As Porteliñas


In 2018 a bar and an albergue opened their doors to pilgrims, allowing pilgrims to divide the route into four days of walking no more than 26km a day with a short last day..

The Road

The camino passes quickly through the twin hamlets of As Porteliñas and As Abeleiroas on the way to the church and hamlet of Corzón.

Accommodation in Lago


Camino de Sant…

One large sleeping room but well laid out, each bed has its own light, electric. The food here is amazing and they serve till 9pm (3 courses, drink and coffee for €12). Really friendly staff. They take card but make sure to get cash out a few stops before as most places today only took cash.

Camino de Sant…

Closed on march 18th

Camino de Sant…

Smily and efficient welcom, food and bar service, brand new beds making no novice, all usuel services including a small basic kitchen. But mostly, nice and helpfull poeple looking for offering you the best possible stay.

Camino de Sant…

From Negreiro I would recommend eating in Casa Pepe in Santa Mariño and if you have enough energy left continue walking onto this place in Lago.

Camino de Sant…

This is a good place for breaking up the trip from Santiago to Finisterra as described in the text because it’s nice and new and clean. The bunks are very sturdy metal frames not those wonky creaky ones that we’re all familiar with! Bathrooms are clean and well supplied with soap paper towel and toilet paper. Noteworthy because on this particular Camino there’s been many places where everything has run out. They have facilities for laundry some basic food preparation as well as having a nice little café Next door


Tanya is the best host and the rooms, beds are clean. Great pilgrim menu, bar and laundry for a fee or hand wash with dryer racks.