In the far northwest of Galicia, from the tip of monte Louro, in the town of Muros, as far as the village of Caion, close to A Coruña, rise the steep cliffs of the Costa da Morte. This coast is wild and abrupt, full of legends and shipwrecks; its beauty seems designed to surprise.
Kilometres of beautiful beaches stretch along "the coast of death": open, deserted and often treacherous for swimmers and sailors. Towns such as Cee and Corcubion with charming historic quarters, fishing villages, ports, inlets and shrines are scattered along the coast, set off by the spectacular local scenery. Camariñas, Carnota, Laxe, Malpica and Muxia are essential steps along the route leading to the lighthouse at Fisterra - the Finis Terrae or World's End of the Romans. A memorable image at all times, the lighthouse is unforgettable at sunset. This is a place of magic. A place on the edge of the unknown.
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