Along the path that borders the beach Arnela we reach the first cliffs of the Cape of A Nave. All this stage has taken us along a rough and uneven coast that we have walked across along the highest
It seems incredible that in spite of the fact that we walk all this route along the coast we have to ascend up to this point, but the charm of this Camiño dos Faros may be behind these moments. In … Read more
The Mount Cachelmo is one of the most demanding ascents in O Camiño dos Faros. It is only 750 meters but you ascend from 0 to 150, with a gradient of 23%. We are at the beginning of the stage … Read more
From the port of Santa Mariña we go up the dune that goes up along MountVeo till it reaches a 150-meter height, the biggest in the Peninsula. We will go through it till we reach 80 meters. Remember not to … Read more
From the summit we have two other awesome panoramic views. Looking towards the North, the Roncudo, and Corme on the foreground. In the forefront, the MountInsua that we have walked around till the lighthouse in Laxe, the “Playa de los … Read more
All the cliffs in this area don´t let us follow the route along the coast of Cabana as we would like to. However, we can enjoy from the privileged viewpoint, Punta do Cabalo, an amazing view of all the Ría.… Read more
The next stop in O Camiño dos Faros is the summit of the route, the mount of Castelo in Lourido (312 meters). We take the path that takes us from Dombate to Fontefría to get to that mount by walking … 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 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.
From Seaia to the Cape Saint Adrián there is a path that borders the mount always facing the sea and with amazing views of the village Malpica.
Along the route we see the Fountain of Saint Adrián. It is believed … Read more