Continuing southwest, following the literary path, we reach the fishing village of Rianxo, land of other illustrious Galician writers such as Castelao, Rafael Dieste and the one known as the “poet of the sea” Manuel Antonio. In the main square, or Praza Maior de Rianxo, the 17th century sanctuary of Nosa Señora de Guadalupe (Our Lady of Guadalupe) awaits us, affectionately nicknamed by the people of Rianxo as the “Virxe Moreniña” (Dark Virgin). This Virgin is the main figure of one of the major festivities of the region held early in September. At that time, covered in flower petals, A Moreniña is taken on a marine procession accompanied by the whole fleet along the inlet of Rianxo. As a grand finale to the festivities, the most vibrant moment is yet to come, when, at dusk, the town is only illuminated by the thousands of sparklers carried by locals and visitors. Immersed in this magical atmosphere, it is impossible not to be overcome by emotion when singing over and over again the popular song “Rianxeira” (a Rianxeira is a woman from Rianxo who works in the sea).