Today’s stage is a beautiful and quiet walk near the sea, passing through pine forests, beaches and cliffs. In Corcubión you will have to make a stop on the way to stroll through the old part of the town, declared a Historic-Artistic Site. Here, you can also bathe in the beach of Quenxe, sheltered from the winds and storms so typical of the Costa da Morte. Afterwards, the walk continues enjoying the wonderful green landscape and the rocky Atlantic coast until you reach the desired goal, Finisterre.
It will be worth a stroll through the village before setting course for the real goal, Cape Finisterre. Just 3 kilometres of ascent will take you to its famous lighthouse to contemplate one of the most spectacular sunsets in the world, with the sun setting over the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
No doubt, you will appreciate taking a well-deserved rest after these days of walking, strolling around Fisterra, its port and its market; and enjoying the rich local gastronomy. After a bit of leisure tourism we recommend as a cultural plan to visit the Museum of the Sea, located in the Castle of San Carlos which was built in the eighteenth century.