Dawn breaks on the third day of our journey and we start off taking a stroll across Langosteira Beach. From here we can head to the Cee Lighthouse, which offers us a privileged view of the stretch of coast between the Fisterra Lighthouse and Carnota Beach, and also the Lobeiras Islands, home to large colonies of cormorants and gulls.
From Cee we head to Carnota, right on the edge of the Costa da Morte, where we can visit the Archaeological Open-Air Museum, a natural area that stretches for more than 10.5 km and with seven archaeological sites of different periods and types, selected from the great cultural richness of the territory of Carnota. This open-air museum houses, among other treasures, a set of petroglyphs – drawings engraved in rock in prehistoric times – that represent the movement of the sun, the moon and the stars. Before lunch, we’ll still have time to have a walk on Carnota Beach which stretching nearly seven kilometres is the longest in Galicia.
In the afternoon we’ll retrace our steps so as not to miss out on a visit to Ézaro, in the municipality of Dumbría. Here the River Xallas gives way to a dramatic descent of the river that plunges into the sea forming a colossal waterfall. Also recommended is going up to the Ézaro scenic viewpoint, from where we can enjoy the extensive, beautiful, coastal landscape.