At the same way that is an unique event, arrive to the saint city in where they rest the rests of the Apostle Santiago from does more than two tens of centuries, the peregrinación to the end of the world known until the 15th century, is all an unforgettable experience that the pilgrims will be able to do in bicycle in two comfortable and fun stages of trips.
With supporting document from 1997, when the City council of Fisterra created the “Fisterrana” (an equivalent of the famous “Compostelana” exactly with the same working), this Route of the Way of Santiago has gone taking a lot of leadership during the last fifteen years. A stage that visits rivers, mountains, terrains rough and beautiful villages of the interior and of the Galician coast that will remain presents in your eyes. To continuation, present the two stages of which states, described painstakingly so that you can travel to Galicia without going out of house.
1ª day: Santiago de Compostela – Olveiroa (58 kilometres)
Taking like starting point the Square of the Obradoiro, after enjoying of the beautiful sight of the Cathedral of Santiago, the Pazo of Raxoi and the Hostal of the Reis Catholic, take the slope that descends to Rúa give Hortas to continue rectum to Street Galeras. Fortunately, the distance of exit of the city is signposted with the yellow arrows indicated for pilgrims and is quite comfortable and simple go out of the city. After abandoning the city compostelana, will go through Roxos in some stretches that combine asphalt with earth and small footpaths, in addition to a hard travesía by the High of Sea of Ovellas. We cross the lovely Put you Maceira and if you have gone out early of Santiago, recommend to stop to eat, rest and enjoy, the village of Negreira. Multiple restaurants and services of all type with traditional kitchen and to a price more than affordable.
In the afternoon, after 10 kilometres of progressive rise (although with no too much slope), go through the villages of Cores and Canle, until arriving to the aldea of Vilacoba, in where the distance until Olveiroa will do much more distended and pleasant. In this village, there is multiple hotels, rural houses and hostels in where can rest, as well as restaurants and houses of foods that will do that you do not have to spend a lot of money to enjoy of a dinner and that help you to replace strengths.
2ª day- Olveiroa – Faro Finisterre (47 kilometres)
Due to the fact that the stretch is shorter, is not necessary madrugar in excess and calmly, go out of Olveiroa and continue by tracks of earth by the mountains of the City council of Dumbría. A bit more advance of the aldea of Hospital, go through the curious Hermitage of the Virxen give Neves, for to continuation, can enjoy of the beautiful seen to the sea, with destination to Cee. We recommend to have caution during these descents, since they are very dangerous. We recommend that the stop to eat realise in this lovely sailor villa as it is Cee, that, to the equal that Corcubión (at the side of Cee), with a lot of restaurants with menu of the day, fishes, mariscos and meats as well as pinchos typical of the zone.
We restart ours walk course to Fisterra, crossing of an estuary to another crossing a mountain no very escarpado and high, arrive to the lovely beach of Estorde, a place in which do a stop to replace strengths before arriving to Sardiñeiro of Abaixo. A gratificante visited by the coast of the Galician Rías Altas will accompany you until your destination, going through Escaselas, in where again we have beach if you apetece give you a bathroom. And we arrive to Fisterra, in where shortly after initiating a descent, find us with one of the instantaneous more photographed of the Way: the sight of the cape and the Faro Finisterre. After happening the two “Petones” (Petón do Corvo and Petón Hovered), will arrive finally of the world known from the romanización of the ancient Gallaecia. If have win, still could continue with your Way until Muxía, following the route of the Costa da Morte in the also already famous “Muxiana“.