6 things to see on the Costa Da Morte
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ALL THE THINGS TO SEE ON THE COSTA DA MORTE
Costa Da Morte is a site of unique beauty with endless locations worth visiting. Next, we bring you the main points that you have to visit at least once in your life.
Muros is the point from which the route will begin to discover the Costa da Morte. It is a border point with the Rías Baixas, and has a seaport and a large fish market.
For its part, in this area you can go to the Area Maior beach and you will also have the opportunity to go to the Monte Naraio viewpoint with views, among other points of interest, of the Xalfas lake.
Carnota is another of the key points to visit. It stands out for its famous hórreo and for having dimensions of no less than 34 meters long, being the third largest construction of these characteristics in the world. Of course, being in this area, you have to visit Carnota beach, which is the longest in the entire province of Galicia.
Numerous sandy beaches and stretches of rocky coastline dot its coastline: San Pedro (del Pindo), Quilmas, Pedrullo, Corna Becerra, Area Blanca, Porto Negro, Caldebarcos, Boca do Río, Carnota, Mar de Lira, Cons, Xaxebe, Porto Cubelo, Tras Punta, Portoancho, Gavota, Porto da Barca, Simprón, Ardeleiro, Susiños, Suresco, Porto dos Botes, Lariño and Punta de Caldebarcos, Punta dos Remedios, and Punta Insua (with its lighthouse) enter the rough sea.
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The Ezaro waterfall is located in a key natural environment that gives rise to a picturesque picture of great beauty. It is highly recommended that once you are at this point you visit the so-called Ézaro viewpoint, where you can enjoy incredible views of the municipality of Ézaro, its natural environment, the surrounding beaches and the waterfall itself.
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Monte O Pindo
On the other hand, el monte O Pindo Mount O Pindo is another of the locations that one cannot miss when visiting the Costa Da Morte. It is known as the Olympus of the Celts, and it is a mountain that is about 600 meters high, being a perfect point if what you are looking for is to practice hiking while enjoying unique views.
At this point, one of the most renowned routes is the one that leads to the summit of A Moa. It is a path that lasts about 3 hours and a half and to do it you have to start from O Fiero. It is a path that stands out for being well signposted and that in total has about 7 kilometers of route itself.
On the other hand, the Langosteira beach in Fisterra, is a beach of fine sand, crystal clear waters in which to lose yourself through its more than two kilometers in length. A quiet spot where you can enjoy the sea.
Visiting the town of Lires (near Cape Finisterre) and going through, among other places, the path of the Lighthouses, can be a unique experience. At this point you can visit the so-called Lires estuary, a place in the middle of a unique natural environment. In the same way, you can do the same with Lires beach, a location located at the mouth of the Castro River.
In addition, precisely in the surrounding areas of Lires, you can enjoy one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in the area: Nemiña beach. A place of wild nature, characterized by having fine sand, turquoise waters and an already considerable extension.
For more information you can visit the page of Galicia Travels.