Ponte Maceira-Mirador das Paxareiras-Muros-Carnota-Ézaro (Xallas Waterfall)-Corcubión-Fisterra-Muxia
At the beginning of the Ria of Muros-Noia, this seafaring town features a medieval city centre with the beautiful Church of Santa María and that of San Martiño.
One of the best-preserved seafaring old towns in Galicia, artistic-historic heritage and the natural entrance to the Costa de Morte.
The biggest “hórreo” (stone granary) in Galicia and a marvellous coastline with Ancoradoiro beach as the best example.
One of the highest waterfalls in Europe flowing into the sea, recently revived during certain days of the year.
Corcubión with its promenade, its rebuilt port after being destroyed by part of Napoleon’s army, Casa Miñones are some of the things to see before reaching Fisterra.
A mythical place of great magnetism, considered the end of the earth by many civilizations for centuries. Sunsets from Cape Fisterra are a must.
A traditional cuisine classic in Noya, famous for its octopus and beans or stuffed anglerfish. Very few seats. Book in advance.
Nice terrace. Curious recipe featuring octopus and sunflower seeds.
Fondness for fresh produce without making a great fuss. Excellent clams and octopus, and spectacular sea bass dishes.
A classic whose fame has changed it somewhat, although it still serves good fish and shellfish. It is located on Langosteira beach and is still worthwhile. Keep your eye on the prices and weights.
Homemade cooking without any reservations. Follow the chef’s recommendations. Good set meal.
Excellent restaurant and service. Local produce reinterpreted as contemporary cuisine. Worthwhile.
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