Staying at the aire in Foz overlooking the estuary for a couple of nights. The white sand beach is just to the left of the mouth of the estuary.
Hopefully wild camping here tonight listening to the sound of the sea at the most northerly point of Spain.
There are many different pilgrim routes to Santiago de Compostela besides the original way of St James across northern Spain. The route from A Coruna is called The English Way and this is the way we decided to undertake our journey. Pilgrims have traditionally travelled by foot or even by horse. I wonder if our […]
Muxia is a popular pilgrim trail from Santiago de Compostela as the 18th century Santuario de Virxe de Barca marks the spot where the Virgin Mary arrived in a stone boat and appeared to Santiago while he preached there.
Wild camping spot discovered only after stopping to admire the view over the town of Caion. A very popular surfing beach which meant that we were not alone. However our car parking area was not as packed as the main one where the dozen or so vans there were very close together. Both areas are […]