The Fisterra and Muxía Way

Stage: Corcubión - Fisterra

  • Length 14.2 Km
  • Difficulty High
  • Estimated Duration 3h 00min

A short 14 km stage, but with a high level of difficulty culminating in the mythical and symbolic lighthouse of Fisterra. The ocean opens before us like an enormous photographic panorama.


Corcubión- Sardiñeiro

  • Length 4.9 Km
  • Difficulty Medium-High
  • Estimated Duration 1h 00min

From Campo do Rollo, in Corcubión, we start a steep climb which leads to the Campo de San Roque and the hamlet of O Vilar. We pass the towns of A Amarela and then Estorde. At Sardiñeiro we walk along stretches which were parts of the Camino Real.

Corcubión - Sardiñeiro

Sardiñeiro- A Langosteira

  • Length 5.1 Km
  • Difficulty Medium-Low
  • Estimated Duration 55min

We cross a region which has one of the most beautiful shorelines in the Iberian Peninsula, with immense, tranquil sandy areas which cushion the rocky sea front and a very rough sea which has left hundreds of stories and legends of shipwrecks and salvaging.

We skirt the Cala do Talón, then we come to Calcova and reach the beautiful, extensive beach of A Lagosteira. In the background emerges the town of Fisterra like an island. The layout of the Camino runs between sand dunes, but many pilgrims decide to complete this stage on the beach.

Sardiñeiro - A Langosteira