Vilagarcía de Arousa 🇪🇸 → A Coruña 🇪🇸

Vilagarcía de Arousa 🇪🇸 → A Coruña 🇪🇸

28.05 → 04.06 • 7 days, 150 miles
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Galicia and Cape Finisterre – would it be worth xploring? Sure!

It’s beautiful Galicia with its bays, beaches, islands and waterfalls. And by the end of the stage, we'll pass the Cape Finisterre and reach the edge of the Bay of Biscay, A Coruña.

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This is rather short leg. But we aim round Cape Finisterre, fortunately having enough time to catch exactly the weather that we want to have. Because we know what to xplore both before, and after.

Aruza and Portosino

Aruza is our first bay in Galicia on this stage. Numerous coves, islands, and beaches. Town of Ribeira, or Pobra do Caramiñal with its waterfalls and natural pools are both worth visiting. But maybe we’ll go directly to the next bay of Portosino?


Our next task is to circle Cape Finisterre, in Spanish it literally means: ‘The End of the Earth’. It has legendary reputation of harsh weather conditions. That’s why this stage, being very short, is still not too too easy.

Entering the Bay of Biscay

After Finisterre, one possible stopping point is the town of Muxía. On the cape next to it are a big church, a sculpture, the lighthouse against a blue sky and the wild Atlantic coast made for dramatic scenery.

After Muxía, we head to the east, enter the Bay of Biscay and approach the final point of the stage, A Coruña: one of Spain's most important ports, laying on a peninsula connected to the mainland by a narrow isthmus, and very rich in history of the Iberian Peninsula.

🛬  Santiago de Compostela [SCQ]

🛫  A Coruña [LCG]

Approximate route:

  • Vilagarcía de Arousa → Pobra do Caramiñal, 10nm
  • Pobra do Caramiñal → Portosin, 35nm
  • Portosin → Estorde, 20nm
  • Estorde → Muxia, 35nm
  • Muxia → A Coruña, 50nm

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