The Beach Lobeiras is placed in a wild environment, including the sea and the land. A small beach, several small boats and some sheds that are kind of shelters for the fishermen and their hard lives. Rocks and inlets have … Read more
As we have just said, we think that Arou is a magic place and very “trasno”. It is tucked among huge rocks and surrounded by the sea that seems to be furious. We like leaving the beach in Arou early … Read more
O Camiño dos Faros takes us from Camelle to the beach Lagoa through a coastal path.
The beach Lagoa is surrounded by Punta Percebeira and Punta do Curro forming a small port where the small boats rest after hard days … Read more
This place is named after the bridge over the river Grande next to its mouth that dates back to the 13th century. This small port was important for its popular timber trade becoming the main point of this business
O Camiño dos Faros is a coastline route but, in some stretches, we are forced to walk along the inland. This is one of them, but it is worthwhile. A stretch that is not longer than 2 kilometers from Tasaraño
The Mount of Insua divides the Bay Basa from the mouth of the River Grande. O Camiño dos Faros goes along the central dirty track of the coastline, bearing in mind that if there is low tide we can walk … Read more
We keep on walking along pine groves along this V-shaped inlet that is the Bay of Basa which is extraordinarily rich in seafood. If the tide is low, we can walk along this stretch on the sand and see the … Read more
Camariñas bids O Camiño dos Faros farewell. We get up early in the morning and we see the sunrise whereas we leave towards Muxía where this 6th stage will finish.
All along this area, people do lacework. If there is a typical image of this area is the one where we can see a groupe of women doing bobbin lacework (“palillear” is the term used). These women with loads of … Read more
It is one of the most important in A Costa Da Morte and it is the point around which the life of this village is developed.