Address: Alcalde Fernandez, s/n, Finisterre, Galicia, 15155, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Alcalde Fernandez, s/n, Finisterre.
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    Travel Blogs from Finisterre

    Day trip to Finisterre

    A travel blog entry by vickitravel on Oct 02, 2014

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    We had a fabulous last day to finish our Camino. Set out at 9 on our bus to Camarinas, which is famous for it's lace making. Gorgeous scenery on the way. Very hilly and green. Pass through lots of small villages. We had coffee at a harbour side cafe then drove to Cabo Vilano ( Coast of death because of the huge number of wrecks). Spectacular cliffs, the lighthouse and museum. We were lucky with the day, sunny and clear. We then drove to Muxia, however the Sanctuary of La Virgen ...

    A great day with the three tinkers...

    A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on Jun 15, 2014

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... broke it in half and served it to me in a small china bowl! Next thing we knew he brought out four small bowls of seafood paella for us! We were very spoilt! We left there at around 11:15am to continue through Sardineiro and Prala de Langosteira. We stopped at Restaurante Calcoba where I imbibed in a G&T and the others had beers. No problem at all...It was 12noon exactly! I saw Elena there so it was great to have the opportunity to bid her farewell. ...

    Long bus trip to Finisterre

    A travel blog entry by ranmar on May 20, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    Started off with breakfast before heading to the bus depot. 13€ each for the bus. It was a huge bus- double decker. The trip took 2.5 hours on a winding road at high speed. To say the least, we had some motion sickness. The view of the Atlantic Ocean is wonderful. Finisterra history The Celts believed that the surrounding ocean was the Sea of Tenesbrosum, home to monsters ...

    Where the earth ends

    A travel blog entry by jcarty on Oct 27, 2013

    9 comments, 6 photos

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    i arrived back in Santiago in time to dry out and attend the 7.30 evening mass. The music and singing was led by a Sister of mature age with an angelic voice and demeanour to match. I thought given her role and the calm serene way she carried the liturgy I knew she would be the one to contact the following day for con celebration.

    Sure enough after slipping past the security guard monitoring the Cathedral and guarding the entrance to the ...

    Coastal views to enjoy

    A travel blog entry by tiggercampervan on Jun 30, 2013

    4 photos

    Another hot day today. We went to Cape Finisterre (loved of shipping forecasts of yesteryear on the radio) This is Spain's equivalent of Lands End (although technically it isn't) This is 0km of the camino de Santiago - and travellers burn their smelly clothes here apparently (something was certainly smoking when we were there)

    On then to Cabo Vilan which was really ...