Hotel Rustico Spa Finisterrrae

Address: Camino de la Insua 128, Finisterre, Galicia, 15155, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Camino de la Insua 128, Finisterre.
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    Travel Blogs from Finisterre

    Day trip to Finisterre

    A travel blog entry by vickitravel on Oct 02, 2014

    13 photos

    ... Barca is currently under renovation so closed to the public. Walked on the rocks near the ocean. We had lunch at Cee then continued to Finisterre, the end of the world to the Romans. It felt like that is where we were! We then stopped at a lovely waterfall and Carnota to see the biggest Horreo ( stores grain, potatoes etc). Most of the drive was along the coast which is beautiful. We arrived back at our hotel at 6.30 for a quick change for our last dinner together . Walked to ...

    A great day with the three tinkers...

    A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on Jun 15, 2014

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... off at around 1pm and walked a short 1km to an albergue where we imbibed in white wine and a healthy salad each. It was our last day so why not take it easy... We finally arrived in Finisterre proper where we headed for the pilgrim office to pick up our Finisterre Compostela...that brings the total to four. All we needed to do was walk 3.5 kms to Cape Finisterre to the lighthouse and our hotel up a hill on the road in there heat... OH well that's ...

    Long bus trip to Finisterre

    A travel blog entry by ranmar on May 20, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... gateway to paradise. The Romans were convinced that Finis Terrae was the end of the world, where the sun was engulfed by the sea each night. Had some lunch before trying to find our albergue. Unfortunately it started raining on our search for the albergue. We are in the pent house tonight. Only 2 bunk beds in our room. We r sharing it with Donna from St. Louis ,Missouri. She ...

    Coastal views to enjoy

    A travel blog entry by tiggercampervan on Jun 30, 2013

    4 photos

    ... coast was covered in little tussocks of wild flowers - I was looking for Miss Muffet! It was sunny and warm, but the wind was blowing a gale, so lunch was taken sheltering in the van, enjoying the view.

    On then to the recommended drive from Camarinas to Camille - the coastal road which was mostly gravel. Lovely - a great way to see the stunning beaches and great cliff ...

    Part-time pilgrim to the end of the world

    A travel blog entry by maryberry on May 01, 2012

    ... choose to continue the trek all the way to "the end of the world" the westernmost point in Spain. For years, before the discovery of the new world, this truly was the end of the world.

    Bridget and I started with fresh legs and sunny skies, trekking out of Santiago towards Negreira, 20 km away. For the first time, our hike is long enough for us to have crendenciales - a pilgrim passport that gets stamped in each town you pass through. ...