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If you haven’t walked the Camino de Santiago, this place can still be significant for you, but if... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Carrie C
This place is just magic

The End of the World is just the perfect place to finish your journey and enjoy one of the best... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Melania B
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you haven’t walked the Camino de Santiago, this place can still be significant for you, but if you HAVE, it feels like a sigh, you’re finally done. The sea is all around, and if you can find a quiet place, its a great place...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The End of the World is just the perfect place to finish your journey and enjoy one of the best sunsets you can think of. I've been here when the sea is rough and wild and also, when it is calm and peaceful... I wouldn't...More

Thank Melania B
Reviewed 27 April 2018

The final, final destination of many pilgrims on Camino de Santiago; the place where they threw their old clothes and shoes into the sea before embarking on a new and, hopefully, more kindly life; a place where, millennia before, pagans followed the field of the...More

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Reviewed 4 January 2018

The Cabo de Finisterre ( the end of the earth) is absolutely beautiful, but since it became the last stop in the Camino the Santiago, people are leaving the clothes, underwear, shoes etc everywhere! Apparently, you are supposed to leave something behind after your journey...More

1  Thank HikerNova
Reviewed 21 November 2017

This location is important as end of the trail for pilgrims to Santiago and its reputation as the westernmost point in Europe. The views are excellent, but the site is not as attractive as Muxia. The best part of the visit is seeing the joyous...More

Thank Patrick P
Reviewed 16 November 2017

From all travel guides and most other travellers this is a go to destination--I surely dont know why. Other than its interesting name it really is not that worthwhile to travel to. There is almost NOTHING here except sweaty tired hikers from the Santiago de...More

1  Thank _Time_Trav3l_
Reviewed 7 November 2017

This and Finisterre should be the end of every camino. In fact it's only 30KM between the two or 2 days walking. When I was there, a lot of pilgrims were also there and the bus back early in the morning was full!

1  Thank Caroline M
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Unmissable spot if you are around the area, scenic views and perfect area to enjoy some very good seafood at ridiculous prices.

Thank Pdropl
Reviewed 8 August 2017

We visited the point where most of the pilgrims finish their journey. We heard it's sometimes called 'the end of the world' (fin de tierra?) and there's really only sea as far as you can look. It's really nice, but the highlight of the day...More

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Reviewed 25 May 2017

I went on a bad weather day, which was unfortuante. It was still pretty spectacular. Dont get too close to the edge!

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