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What to do and see
This area is incredible.
Besides the abundant tranquillity and rural peace, the Coast of Death has the following points of interest:
- The town of Muxía with its emblematic Sanctuary and Stones of the Boat, its traditional conger eel drying racks, unique in Europe, its coastal promenade, and ground zero for the Prestige oilspill of 2002.
- Cape Touriñan, the most westerly point of the Spanish peninsular.
- The stunning Caldeiras do Castro.
- Monte Facho viewpoint.
- We highlight the nearby towns of Cee and Corcubión.
- Camariñas is the renowned capital for lacework, also on the way to the town, is Cape Vilán with the English Cemetery, one of the most emblematic peninsulas of the whole coast.
- Vimianzo Castle, with its live artisan exhibits.
- The Torres do Allo, in Baio, is an historical farming museum.
- The megalithic monuments of Cabana de Bergantiños.
- The towns of Laxe, Malpica, and then Buño, which is known for its ceramic craftwork and open museum.
- Cape Finisterre, situated beyond the town of the same name has a European Heritage Label.
- Ézaro Waterfall - the only waterfall in Europe that tumbles directly into the sea and its mountaintop viewpoint that looks over the formidable Monte Pindo, situated in the municipality of Carnota where you can also find the Hórreo de Carnota (traditional stone grain store) and one of Galicia’s biggest beaches.
- The bay of Muros and Noya.
- Importantly, the Camino de Santiago, (Way of Saint James) passes only a few kilometres from the house, along with various other hiking routes.
Nearby, you are spoilt for choice for beaches of The Coast of Death. We particularly recommend the following beaches: Os Muiños, O Lago, Lourido, Estorde… and especially Nemiña famous for its beauty and powerful waves appreciated by surfers, bodyboarders, and kitesurfers…
Casa Castiñeira is on the Coast of Death, yet is well connected for visits to the cities of A Coruña, Ferrol, Santiago de Compostela, Vigo and the Rias Altas, and Rias Baixas.
Maps and other useful information are provided upon arrival.