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Not the biggest waterfall but an interesting one in a beautiful setting surrounded by sculpted rocks and craggy hillsides. The location is close to the end of the Camino pilgrim way at Cape Finisterre on Spain’s northern Atlantic coast. There’s a wooden walkway from the...More
First of all this part of Spain reminds Scandinavia and is totally different. The place isn't overcrowded especially in slow season, so you can take nice pics without a hurry. There is a mirador up the hill for the nice views.
The waterfall is quite...More
This is a fairly good place to take some amazing photos, there is a winding road always uphill -sometimes the inclination is 30%-, but it´s a short way to the panoramic platform. Along the way you´ll find first thing a small marina and then, a...More
You cannot really realize the beauty of this place until you arrive, the pictures are not able to capture it. Not only the waterfall but all the surroundings are incredible. Certainly a place not to miss, and for the moment free to visit!
We stopped here as part of a tour and enjoyed the view. You park and take a 5-minute walk past an older hydro electrical plant out to where the waterfall falls down the rocks and into a pool and then eventually on into the Atlantic...More