Exciting Finisterre Tour at the Costa da Morte in Galicia
On the Costa da Morte and Finisterre tour with a 4x4 SUV you visit the "Coast of Death" with its impressive cliffs, picturesque fishing villages and one of the westernmost points of Europe.
- Costa da Morte- and Finisterre tour - For 1-3 persons aged 13 and over520.-€
Booking option: Guided Costa da Morte tour with Finisterre
The full day Costa da Morte jeep tour to Finisterre leads you past imposing lighthouses, steep cliffs and picturesque beaches. You first head off to the bathing resort Laxe with its long, white sand beach and in the sheltered village Camariñas you can relax at the Ría de Camariñas. During the Costa da Morte tour, you'll also visit Cape Vilan, where the first electrically operated lighthouse warns against the dangerous coastal rocks of Spain. Off the cape you can see the rock island Vilan de Fora, which is inhabited by loads of gannets, cormorants and razorbills. Lunch takes place in Camariñas (not included) after a short visit to the town of MuxÍa and a Touriñán cape, enjoying the wonderful landscapes of the area.
In Finisterre you can walk and discover what is the final point of the Camino de Santiago for many pilgrims. The next stop on the jeep tour is Ézaro, with its spectacular waterfalls and viewpoint. A visit to the famous hórreo de Carnota will be perfect to stretch your legs and enjoy the beautiful view of the Galician coast. We will pass through walls and Noia, with a beautiful medieval old town and an excellent end point for this very interesting experience in a 4x4 jeep along the Costa da Morte and Finisterre.
- Duration: ~ 10 hours
- Hours: 9:30 AM - 7:30 PM
- Days: daily
- Months: possible all-year
- Languages: German, English, Spanish
- Pick-up included in the price from: Pontevedra / Sanxenxo, O Grove, Vigo, Santiago de Compostela
- Drinks during the round trip with a 4x4 jeep: water
- Transfer, professional guide, meal
- The Costa da Morte- and Finisterre tour takes place with minimum 1, maximum 3 participants.
- Minimum age 13 years
Please bring along:
Sunglasses, sun blocker, snacks, sports- / hiking shoes, hat, camera
Experience the Costa da Morte and Finisterre on the tour with guide
In the morning you will be picked up directly from your accommodation in Vigo or Santiago de Compostela and the fascinating Costa da Morte- and Finisterre tour in a 4x4 jeep begins. The first destination is the pretty seaside resort of Laxe, which is home to one of the most important fishing harbours. The old fishermen's houses are painted in strong colours, as it is typical for the region. During the Costa da Morte tour in a comfortable jeep, the experienced guide will provide exciting and interesting information about the fascinating land of the lighthouses. Afterwards you will visit Camariñas, the lighthouse on Cape Vilan and the coastal town of Muxia.
Along the "Coast of Death", as the Costa da Morte is called because of its cliffs dangerous for ships, you will find a stunning puzzle of rocks, bays, white beaches and pine groves. On the Finisterre tour you will learn about the legends about the westernmost point of Europe and you'll be spoiled with a typical Spanish lunch. Then you continue to Ezaro, Carnota, Muros and Noia. On the Costa da Morte tour you will get an excellent impression of the traditional life in the fishing villages and hear more about the exciting myths and legends of this coast. After an interesting day at the Costa da Morte- and Finisterre tour with a jeep, you will be taken back to your accommodation in the evening.
Valid on the reserved day or for 12 months after date of purchase if no date has been selected. You will receive the tour operator's details with the purchased ticket. Attention: reservation is required! The reservation can be made through sunbonoo as part of the booking process or later by contacting the tour operator directly via phone or email.
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