See a different side of Santiago as you head towards the ‘end of the Earth’ along a peaceful, beautiful trail. Watch the sun slip into the Atlantic Ocean as you reflect on your journey’s end.

Until the end of the Middle Ages, the Costa da Morte (“Death Coast”) was the furthest stronghold of land known, the place where pre-Roman peoples believed that souls ascended to heaven. A mythical and symbolic space that left the Roman conquerors open-mouthed when they saw the sun disappearing into the immense ocean. Since then, Cape Fisterra has magnetised every visitor in the same way.

The Jacobean Way of Fisterra (or Finisterre) is most faithful depiction of the historical cry of the pilgrim, who exclaimed “Ultreia!” (Still further!). And it really is further than the goal in Compostela — after having venerated the remains of the apostle St. James — when many pilgrims decide to discover the end of the world, and do not hesitate to overcome the sacrifices of the harsh days behind them to walk some more days.


DURATION 7 days – 6 nights
DISTANCE 90 km in 5 stages
AVAILABILITY March to November
6 Nights of accommodation with breakfast
Luggage transfer between hotels (1 bag per person – Max. 15 kg/bag)
24/7 emergency support
Pilgrim Kit: passport (Credencial) and shell (Vieira)
Road book of the way with tips and information (in English)
International flights, Arrival & departure transfers, Meals (where not listed as included in the itinerary),Optional additional tours or activities during free time, Tips and items of a personal nature
PRICES Per person in twin/double bedroom: from 465 euros
EXTRAS Supplement for single accommodation: 155 euros
Supplement for July and August:
 65 euros/person
Extra night in Santiago: 50 euros/person in double bedroom
Extra night in Finisterre: 45 euros/person in double bedroom
Half-board Supplement (4 dinners): 99 euros


– We are a local company, so there are no intermediaries when booking with us. Our goal is get you the best price/quality and we give you all the necessary local support
– The hotels in our programs are regularly inspected by our team and have been carefully selected for their location and comfort. All our hand picked hotels have en suite accommodation

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Free day in Santiago
Accommodation: 3* Hotel

Stage 1: Santiago - Ponte Maciera (17 km / 10,5 miles)

As you leave Santiago behind, look back for picture postcard views of the city. Spend the rest of the day amid the greenery of forests and fields interspersed with small villages untill a Roman bridge in the charming town of Ponte Maceira.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel

Stage 2: Ponte Maceira - Santa Mariña (24 km / 15 miles)

Start early as this is a full day’s walk with a gradual but long uphill climb out of Negreira. Enjoy the enchanting walled forest paths, quiet country lanes and beautiful scenery from the ridge untill the small village of Santa Mariña.
Accommodation: 2* Hotel

Stage 3: Santa Marinã - Oliveiroa (14 km / 8,7 miles)

This will be a short stage, so you can delay the departure. Continue for country paths and country lanes enjoying the beautiful Galician countryside. You have one more hill to climb to Monte Aro before descending into the village of Oliveiroa.
Accommodation: 2* Hotel

Stage 4: Oliveiroa - Cee (19 km / 11,8 miles)

Today’s terrain is much flatter and especially picturesque as you walk amid mountains, windmills and forest then get your first glimpse of the ocean and Cape Finisterre in the distance. From here it’s down a steep hill to the pretty village of Cee in a small sandy cove full of bobbing fishing boats.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel

Stage 5: Cee - Finisterra (16 km / 10 miles)

After an initial climb through Concorbión, the Way drops back down to the beach and mostly follows the coastline and the long, sandy Langosteira beach to Finisterre, with tantalising views of the cape. The lighthouse that marks the ‘end of the world’ is another 3 km from the fishing village.
Accommodation: 3* Hotel


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