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steep roads

On the way by bike from Santiago to the sea. There are countless hills to overcome. It's constantly uphill and downhill.

Sea with mussel beds

First view of the sea. You can see mussel beds in the bay. Mussels are farmed here.


Muros is a larger fishing village with a large harbour and a nice old town. When I was here by bike, there was a market going on and it was very busy. In 2019, I found a dreamy, almost deserted village.

San Sebastian

Pictures from Muros

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street along the sea

On the road along the sea, there is usually a bicycle lane and it is no longer so hilly.

Praia de Langosteira

Just before the town of Finisterre, the Way of St. James runs along the beach of Langosteira. Here you can walk barefoot in the sand for almost 2 km. But beware, there are countless shells with sharp edges. In the distance you can see the village of Finisterre.

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