• Today’s day will be a long walking day and you will again pass through many Galician hamlets. The first one, right after Olveiroa is O Logos, followed by the village of Hospital. From here you can take the road directly to Muxia or choose to go to Fisterre.

    To go to Fisterre, you will first reach the Sanctuary of A Nosa Senora das Neves. Another point of interest along the way is the Hermitage of San Pedro Martir, which also boasts a miraculous fountain purported to cure various ailments and on the hillock of O Cruceiro da Armada the traveler gets the first glimps of Cape Fisterra looming in the distance. From here on, the road goes downhill until you reach Cape Fisterra.

  • Camino a Finisterre3 - Olveiroa to Corcubión
    Camino a Finisterre3 - Olveiroa to Corcubión
    Passes: Olveiroa, Logoso, Hospital, Cee, Corcubión
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  • 1. The start of one of the nicest sections of this Camino 1. The start of one of the nicest sections of this Camino 2. The hamlet of Logoso 2. The hamlet of Logoso 3. First view of the chimneys of the carbide factory, visible for miles around 3. First view of the chimneys of the carbide factory, visible for miles around 4. With an excellent cafe at Hospital 4. With an excellent cafe at Hospital 5. The double waymark where the Camino divides, Finisterre to the left and Muxia to the right 5. The double waymark where the Camino divides, Finisterre to the left and Muxia to the right 6. Keep going 6. Keep going 7. Road crossing with wayside cross 7. Road crossing with wayside cross 8. Way 8. Way 9. View across the valley 9. View across the valley 10. Santuario de Nosa Señe;ora das Neves 10. Santuario de Nosa Señe;ora das Neves 11. Cross in the field below the church 11. Cross in the field below the church 12. And the way continues 12. And the way continues 13. Four-way junction 13. Four-way junction 14. Chapel of San Pedro Martir 14. Chapel of San Pedro Martir 15. With another handsome new fuente, complete with h bench for the convenient immersion of tired feet 15. With another handsome new fuente, complete with h bench for the convenient immersion of tired feet 16. Pointed marker stone - and first view of the sea for nearly 900 km 16. Pointed marker stone - and first view of the sea for nearly 900 km 17. Descent towards cée 17. Descent towards cée 18. Wayside cross at entrance to Cée 18. Wayside cross at entrance to Cée 19. One of the few old houses in Cée 19. One of the few old houses in Cée 20. The cemetery 20. The cemetery 21. The main square 21. The main square 22. Town centre 22. Town centre 23. The new esplanade 23. The new esplanade 24. End of the esplanade and fishing boats 24. End of the esplanade and fishing boats 25. Port of Corcubión, the next village 25. Port of Corcubión, the next village 26. Old street in Corcubión 26. Old street in Corcubión 27. The annual Saint's day in Corcubión 27. The annual Saint's day in Corcubión 28. The Virgin was brought out from the church and given a trip out to sea 28. The Virgin was brought out from the church and given a trip out to sea 29. The very enthusiatic town band 29. The very enthusiatic town band 30. The image of San Roque showing his wound, and with the pilgrim staff and scallop shell, and his fiathful dog (in the church) 30.  The image of San Roque showing his wound, and with the pilgrim staff and scallop shell, and his fiathful dog (in the church) 31. Looking back at Corcubión 31. Looking back at Corcubión 32. Leaving Corcubión 32. Leaving Corcubión 33. Useful fountain 33. Useful fountain 34. First view of Sardineiro 34. First view of Sardineiro 35. Distant view of Cape Finisterre 35. Distant view of Cape Finisterre 36. Looking back 36. Looking back 37. Nice wooded path 37. Nice wooded path 38. Closer view of Cape Finisterre 38. Closer view of Cape Finisterre 39. A secret beach 39. A secret beach 40. Waymark with large marker for the beginning of the Corredoira de Don Camilo, a beachside esplanade which carries you the last three kilometres to Finisterre 40. Waymark with large marker for the beginning of the Corredoira de Don Camilo, a beachside esplanade which carries you the last three kilometres to Finisterre 41. End of the walkway and ascent to the mirador 41. End of the walkway and ascent to the mirador 42. Cliffs and the distant port 42. Cliffs and the distant port 43. Street in Finisterre 43. Street in Finisterre 44. Another street in Finisterre 44. Another street in Finisterre


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