Ancora

Alcalde Fernandez, s/n, Finisterre, Galicia, 15155, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Finisterre

The end of the world

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty

6

... as we approached the pointy outcrop of land where the weather is supposed to kick in.

We were starting to think we might be let off any wild weather, as the wind stayed resolutely moderate for most of the way alongside Finisterre, but 2-Blue, who were ahead of us by a couple of miles, gave us a call to let us know it'd be kicking up - 25-30 knots of wind would be hitting us at any moment.

Oh well. We reefed heavily and waited ...

Baby dolphins!

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty

6

... though - and while the anchorage here in the Ria de Camariņas is very pretty we won't actually get a chance to see it; we're moving on tomorrow so we can round one of the last Big Bads, Finisterre, which has a fearsome reputation. But we're hoping we'll have picked our day well enough not to have an issue.

And after that it'll be about three weeks in the Rias, all along one 30 mile stretch of coast, which should be very relaxing (and also very sunny).
...

A great day with the three tinkers...

A travel blog entry by kymmurphy

1
29

... 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

2
10

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 ...

Introducing Island Life & G&T's

A travel blog entry by crystalrenee

Itinerary
- Es Moli's private cove, Muleta
- Sa Calobra and Pareis de Torrent

Food & Booze
- Lunch @ Sa Calobra (some random food stand)
- Dinner @ Village Cafe (huge meat and cheese plate, cheeseburger, lots of g&t's)

Highlights
1. Village Cafe! I was looking forward to this place the most and boy did it deliver. This is the epitome of what you imagine for ...

Location

This hotel is located on Alcalde Fernandez, s/n, Finisterre.
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