The Fisterra and Muxía Way

Stage: Sanctuary of the Virxe da Barca (Muxía) - Fisterra

  • Length 31.2 Km
  • Difficulty Medium-High
  • Estimated Duration 7h 50min

We culminate the stage to Fisterra in the constant company of the sea and impressive beaches.



Santuario da Virxe da Barca- Muxía

  • Length 0.7 Km
  • Difficulty Low
  • Estimated Duration 10min

We leave the Sanctuary of the Virxe da Barca, which has a strong jacobean tradition and its environment of “saint stones”, which are considered to have therapeutic properties, and go then to Muxía, bordering Mount Corpiño through the “Camiño da Pel”, place name that refers to a missing spring where pilgrims used to wash themselves up. At the bottom of the mountain, already entering Muxía, we reach the church of Santa María, built in Gothic-marine style in the second half of the XIVth century.

Sanctuary of the Virxe da Barca - Muxía

Muxía- Facho de Lourido

  • Length 3 Km
  • Difficulty Medium
  • Estimated Duration 45min

We leave Muxía through the streets Campo das Pinas, Os Malatos and Enfesto. Bordering lourido beach, we reach the village of Xurarantes and the Facho of Lourido, old vantage point where the locals lit bonfires to warn of dangers around these coasts.

Muxía - Facho de Lourido