We have just enjoyed 2 fabulous days in Santiago De Compostela of course the 12pm mass in the cathedral which was one of the highlights of this trip for most pilgrims who do the Frances way of St James.. Santiago is a vibrant city day and night with many restaurants to taste traditional Galicia food. You can wander through the many narrow lanes of shops and bars, squares filled with buskers and bands playing. On this tour we also had the opportunity to visit Camariñas, famous for its pillow lace. Cabo Vilano, situated on a cliff which maybe is one of the most spectacular cliffs of the peninsula coast. We continued towards Muxía, where we visit the Santuary of “La Virgen de la Barca” with its magic and curative stones. Passing Cée and Corcubión we will arrived at Finisterre, the end of the world for the Romans and for most pilgrims who decide to complete the full pilgrimage.
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