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About Lighthouses and Capes

About Lighthouses and Capes

The light from the Faro de Fisterra – which can reach 65 km long – guides ships navigating these waters that are so dangerous...


Costa da Morte

Nature reserves

The indomitable nature of A Costa da Morte is one of Galicia's best-hidden attractions.


The terrain itself was responsible for creating small nooks and hidden spots where one breathes a singular air. The nature reserve of Cabo Vilán in Camariñas is one of those places steeped in the magic of the unique. Monte Pindo in Carnota and the Illas Sisargas lie waiting to show the character of its land and the fierceness of its sea. In short, lighthouses and wild beaches like the ones in Carnota (the longest in Galicia) or O Trece. The entire coastline of A Costa da Morte is a protected nature reserve, which stretches inland through the River Anllóns. The Penedos de Pasarela e Traba (in the municipalities of Laxe and Vimianzo) is a protected landscape with a body of stone and a soul of legend.


My trip

A miña viaxe

Preparing the trip...

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During the trip...

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After the trip

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