The Camino Finisterre is a 90km trail from Santiago to Finisterra, on the western coast of Spain. The three- to four-day journey traverses the rugged countryside of Galicia, with its Celtic heritage. Medieval pilgrims believed that Finisterre (Latin, meaning “the end of the world”) was literally the end of the world.  Many pilgrims today continue one from Santiago to Finisterre, literally walking until they can walk no more! There is also a side route to the coastal village of Muxía.

Day Stages from the Camino Francés and Finisterre Guide:

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Camino Finisterre, 86.6km