The Punta of Santa Mariña is similar to a small island that somehow closes the bay. We can see there some kinds of sheds, which are small buildings where the entangling gears and other fishing equipment for small-scale fishing are … Read more
The “pazo” (“pazo” is the Galician word used to describe big rural houses that used to be inhabited by people from the high classes), where Eduardo Pondal was born in 1835 is placed in the mouth of the river Anllóns. … Read more
The bridge in the mouth of the river Anllóns was built in the 19th century over the remains of an old one and the village was named after it.
At this spot we are witness of how the wind action shapes the really fine sand to form some dunes with whimsical shapes. It is the desert of O Camiño dos Faros. In our route, we will walk over it … Read more
We have walked a lot of kilometers of this stage but there are still 5 left to finish it in Ponteceso. However, suddenly the landscape radically changes, now the sand plays the main role. The mountBranco is the vantage point … Read more
The beach Valarés, placed in the inner part of the Estuary at the foot of mountBlanco is one of the most popular in A Costa da Morte.
When we get right to the beach, the beach is divided in two … Read more
The route takes us along the mountFacha by using a broad forest track easy to walk along, something that we really thank after walking the kilometers we have already done.
The first stage of Os Camiños dos Faros finishes on Niñóns beach that belongs to Ponteceso. Its access is kind of complicate mainly for those people who don´t know the area. As its beach is calm and it is surrounded … Read more