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The route leaves Plaza de Ramón Juega through the arch that leads to Calle Real, continues along the way to the cemetery and leaves the asphalt heading towards of the lighthouse.
Little by little, the road becomes a path surrounded by ferns, brambles and pines along the tops of cliffs that give views over Laxe bay and, further east, the mouth of River Anllóns.
Punta de Ola, Furna do Asno or Punta do Boi are some of the formations beaten by the wild sea that surrounds Monte da Insua at a height of 66 m.
Back in Laxe, the road leads to the Hermitage of Santa Rosa.
Follow the AC-431 to Laxe, major fishing town on A Costa da Morte.
COSTA DA MORTE
Costa da Morte or “Coast of Death” is a name that defines a wide region of Galicia between the Muros and Noia Rias and A Coruña Ria. This curious toponym, according to some academics, may have been given by the Greeks to define the region where the Sun disappeared into the sea every day and sank into the land of the dead until the following morning. Another more recent and widespread suggestion refers to the large number of shipwrecks that have taken place on this dangerous stretch of coastline (more than 140 major shipwrecks in a hundred years).
Point of Departure / Arrival
Laxe - UTM:29T X:499660 Y:4785650
Laxe, Punta da Insua, Laxe,hermitage of Santa Rosa and Laxe.
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cartography I.G.N. (1:25:000)
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